General

A Breakout Year for NWTA

2016 ANNUAL REPORT HIGHLIGHTS In 2016, Northwest Trail Alliance volunteers invested over 8,800 hours — valued at more than $222,500 — into trail systems across Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington. It’s amazing, the combined effort our mountain bike community puts into creating, enhancing, and protecting the trails we love to ride. Like the loam we build

Be a Trail Builder

AND FIND OUT WHY THEY’RE CALLED WORK PARTIES 2016 has been a highly productive year for NWTA trail work, with more than 7,100 on-trail volunteer hours invested in our riding destinations, our communities, our joy. We’re poised to up our game in 2017. Late last year we organized our trail work volunteers into Local Stewardship

2 events completed, 3 more this week + more next week

This week; we are riding indoors, riding outdoors, and riding in the mountains (plus a campout). Next week we have a Happy Hour, pub crawl, more riding, and a large kids event. See the “Events” for more details. All are great options for connecting with fellow riders and meeting new friends.   Join us! Trail Fest 2016

Meet the Board Candidates

We are pleased to introduce you to the 2016-18 board candidates. This talented list of passionate mountain bikers ranges from long-time NWTA volunteers to new names bringing a unique perspective and list of qualifications to the team. KARALYN ARONOW My name is Karalyn; I am a mountain biker, rock climber, and pet lover. Originally hailing from Florida, I am