Northwest Trail Alliance is excited to announce that progress is being made with the design and construction of the new Farr Bike Park and Luscher Trails in Lake Oswego. This project is a direct result of our successes at Gateway Green, Chehalem Ridge, and the goodwill generated by NWTA advocacy efforts and you, our members!
Wayne Naillon’s legacy continues. Construction is beginning soon on improvements to the Crown Zellerbach Trail (CZ Trail) between Scappoose and Vernonia that will include bike repair stations, improved signage, and other Trailhead improvements. The $6,000 that we raised in Wayne’s memory was used as the cornerstone match for a $150,000 Oregon Parks and Recreation Department
Your membership powers NWTA The 2018 NWTA Fall Membership Drive kicks off today, making it a great time to join or renew your membership. Help us reach over 2,000 members this year with an individual or family membership. In the greater Portland area, Northwest Trail Alliance volunteers have helped make a whole lot of
Last Thursday, Gladys Bikes put on an awesome women, trans & femme wrench clinic for NWTA at Bike Farm. We worked on derailleur adjustments, basic maintenance, dialing in our suspension and even re-upped the Stans in our tubeless tires! Thank you so much to Gladys Bikes and Bike Farm for donating their time and space to
Here’s your NWTA Weekly Roundup of all the MTB-related happenings locally and a little further afield. Look for updates on or around Wednesday each week. What’s coming up that you’re stoked about? Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to see you on the trail! *Inclusion in this list does not denote an NWTA
Our brand-spankin’ new (and let us add really, really good-looking) 30th Anniversary logo stuff is now available for pre-order! We’ve got T’s, ladies’ tanks (though we won’t judge if the fellas are into them as well), and water bottles. Take a look at the goods here. Take 10% off your pre-order using the code NWTA30YR. Pre-order
Image courtesy Jonathan Maus/BikePortland Almost 30 years ago, Theo Patterson spoke up to make sure mountain bikes weren’t banned from Forest Park. To help, Patterson founded Portland United Mountain Pedalers, or PUMP. In 2009, PUMP became Northwest Trail Alliance, and we turn 30 this year. With our Big Three-Oh looming, let’s glance back and gaze forward.
Image courtesy Jonathan Maus/BikePortland Throughout 2017, more than 1,700 mountain bikers — from shredders to striders — dropped in to Northwest Trail Alliance-hosted digging and riding events. And, all tolled, our volunteers carved a smidgen over 12,000 hours into our trails and the political arena that sustains the flow of riding in our region. Those
Forest thinning operation: As planned, Stub Stewart is in full closure for the month of January 2018. Campgrounds, cabins and trails are closed. Visit this link for the latest updates regarding the closures related to the timber harvest activities. http://oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkNotices&parkId=75 – Once the Timber Harvest is completed we will be organizing volunteer events to help get the
Hunting season is here. What should you do? A) Stop riding B) Put your dear friend in a deer suit and chase them around the woods C) Keep riding, wear some blaze orange, and lose the deer suit You would be surprised how many people pick option A, but this is the best time of