Timberline MTB – Advocacy Alert

  ADVOCACY  ALERT!! Timberline Mountain Bike Trails and Skills Park NWTA’s advocacy team has been working with our friends at Timberline Lodge and Ski Area to provide any assistance they need in this herculean multi-year court battle. Good news, the court has found in favor of the project. Bad news, there is a new mandated

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

Dirt Lab @ Gateway Green

Post by Jocelyn Gaudi – Board member, Friends of Gateway Green Dirt Lab [noun] \dert\ᐧ \lab\: A community crowdfunded project to develop mountain biking and hiking trails at Gateway Green, while improving environmental quality at the park and encouraging civic and economic revitalization in East Portland.   For more than ten years, a group of community advocates, the

Portland Parks Survey – Action Needed

New FP park access = MTB trails??? Nicely ask for ‘single track’ trails when you complete the survey. Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) survey:

Successful 2016 Stub Fest event!

Our 2nd annual Stub Fest event was a lot of fun for all that came to help celebrate the goodness that is Stub and give back some sweat equity.   This event capped the 2015-2016 trail build season at Stub Stewart State Park with about 100 participants who enjoyed free camping, BBQ and brews, and

Wayne Naillon (1950 – 2016)

Wayne Taylor Naillon (April 29 1950 – May 11 2016) Wayne Naillon was born to Roy and Genevieve Naillon on April 29, 1950 in Vancouver, WA.  He passed away on May 11th in Scappoose.  Wayne was 8th of 11 children and was proceeded in death by two brothers and has 8 remaining siblings.  He graduated

Metro approves plan for trails at North Tualatin properties

Despite the recent objections of property owners near the North Tualatin property north of Forest Park, the Metro Council voted unanimously on Thursday to move forward with a plan that includes creating X miles of mountain bike trails on the land. “I’m so proud of our members for handling this process in an adult, professional

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