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Weekly Regional Roundup

Happy Father’s Day for all the dads out there!! We hope your weekend is full of fun and family on the trails and off. Here’s a little cheat sheet for father/kids/partner activities coming up. Check out our Community Calendar for longer range planning. We hope to see you on the trail! *Inclusion in this list does not

Multiple trail users join forces to clear the Wilson River Trail.

10 volunteers from 3 different user groups gathered on Saturday (6/8)morning ready to clear overgrown brush on the Wilson River Trail in the Tillamook State Forest. Starting from the King’s Mountain trailhead the crew worked their way clearing salmonberry & ferns that have long been encroaching on to the trail. The group widened the corridor

Weekly Roundup

Happy June!! June is the best month in Portland. Why? Pedalpalooza, that’s why!  It’s a month-long festival of bikes. So, check out the Pedalpalooza calendar and get out there (hint: there’s even a naked MTB ride on there, just sayin)!  Here’s a sampling of our fave Pedalpalooza and other rides and events coming up to

NW Trail Sisters/Liv/Gladys Bikes Intro to Bikepacking Trip Recap

Written By Tori Bortman of Gracie’s Wrench Photos by Nell Stamper It was an idea born on the road of long miles in Casey Wytaske’s imagination. As the Liv/Giant Field Rep and demo fleet driver, Casey has plenty of driving time on her hands to dream things up. Her goal was this: get a group

Coldwater Lake Trail Work & Campout Weekend Recap

80+ volunteers turned out for the annual work party at Coldwater Lake (Mt. St. Helens) on June 1st, which was also National Trails Day. Volunteers from Northwest Trail Alliance, Growlers Gulch Racing & Daybreak Racing worked together to clear 10+ miles of trail around the lake in 5 hours. There was also a crew who

Weekly Regional Roundup

We hope your bike is tuned and ready to go because it’s almost June and there are so many MTB-related events to choose from. Here’s a sampling of our faves to help you with your planning. Check out our Community Calendar for longer range planning. We hope to see you on the trail! *Inclusion in

Meet Your NWTA Board

Your Northwest Trail Alliance board of directors is composed of talented and dedicated individuals who donate, collectively, thousands of hours of their time to making NWTA tick. They do the less-than-sexy behind the scenes work to ensure that you have access to awesome MTB opportunities from Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams to the coast. Come

Member Highlight – Kelcy King

Meet NWTA member, Kelcy King! Kelcy is a real estate agent (known as the biking broker) in Portland. We met Kelcy the first time at the Gateway Green MTB Fest last year. At the time, Kelcy was just getting back into mountain biking. But she jumped in head first. She joined the Dream Team at

What’s Up at Sandy Ridge?

Our shuttle fundraiser, an interview with Brent Sullivan, and a little Sandy info. Sandy Ridge Info The Sandy Ridge Trail System is built and maintained through a partnership with the BLM, IMBA and the Northwest Trail Alliance.   Each year, nearly 700 hours of volunteer time is spent ensuring that the 17+ miles of trail