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WT&F Wrench Clinic success!

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

Where’d you ride this weekend?

We got out to scout Cold Creek this weekend for an upcoming NW Trail Sisters ride. The rain cooled us off on that super fun climb to the top and our bikes just stuck to the trail all the way down! We ran into NWTA member and volunteer Chad Gurney and his son Cole, who

Stub Report + Group Ride

Just another successful group ride on Saturday. This time we explored LL Stub Stewart and enjoyed a great ride before the rain started. Stub Stewart Map Trail Report – the trails at Stub were in great shape due to dry weather the days prior to our ride. In addition to riding all the mtb trails

LapQuest – BONUS

Free koozies for all participants! Perfect for keeping your tasty beverage cold at the LapQuest social following the 4-hr challenge ride. Want to attend LapQuest? SIGN UP – http://nw-trail.org/events/lapquest-at-stub/ Thank you to the Bike Gallery for this generous donation.   Beer provided by Hopworks Urban Brewing (HUB)          

Weekly Regional Roundup

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 and check out our Community Calendar for longer range planning. We hope to see you on the trail! *Inclusion in this list does not indicate an NWTA connection; we’re here

Weekly Regional Roundup

Oh, buddy.  This coming week is on! If you are (or know) a bad-ass lady shredder, this week is for you (or them). 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 and check out our Community Calendar for

Weekly Regional Roundup

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 loris@nw-trail.org.  We hope to see you on the trail! *Inclusion in this list does not denote an NWTA

Spring Membership Drive – because free bikes and vacations are cool

Have you renewed your NWTA membership lately? Perhaps you’ve lapsed? Perhaps you’re a long-time lurker, first time joiner? Well, guess what… Now is the very best time to renew your membership or join for the very first time! Why? Because PRIZES. And also because of all the great things NWTA is doing to make mountain

Dirt Lab Evo: Q1’s Build Out

  Earlier this year, we wrote about Travel Oregon’s Forever Fund underwriting NWTA’s evolution of the Dirt Lab at Gateway Green. This quarter, Jason Van Horn and Joel Armstrong guided crews of two to 15 on weekday evenings and Saturdays, 246 hours in total. Soil moisture and the lack of a dirt stockpile for rework elsewhere kept the

In case you missed it…

Jonathan Maus of Bike Portland wrote up a nice review of the Portland Parks Board meeting yesterday. Read it all here. And just because it’s pretty, here’s a word cloud based on the most-used words in your written comments to the Parks Board regarding the ORCMP: