The trail conditions and weather will be perfect for this weekend’s ride event. You still have time to RSVP and join the fun. Thanks to our sponsors for helping make this event possible. For our post ride social, Sellwood Cycle is providing the BBQ and Hopworks Brewing is providing the tasty beverages. LapQuest at Stub
It was another huge weekend for L.L. Stub Stewart (aka Stub). 75+ volunteers turned out to do trail work. Several projects were completed including the creation of a new beginner trail, a major trail re-route of Shoofly, and other bonus trail work. Thank You to Portland Design Work, PDW was the main event sponsor who provided
The access pass for Scappose goes on sale May 16th at 7pm on the www.wyrecreation.com website. The trails along the south side of Rocky Point road require this pass and are $75 for a year. Because pass sales were low last year at this special location they have decided to recombine the area into larger parcel
It’s been an interesting trek these few months. The view from here? Collaboration trumps criticism. Finding common ground bests finding fault. And embracing diversity — all riders, all trails — will take us to a new level. Optimism is the engine that drives us forward. There are new developments coming on in Hillsboro and Oregon
Developing riding skills aids the advocacy and trail building aspects of our mission. Say what? How? Offering skills development facilities engenders formal and informal coaching. The availability of coaching encourages new riders to join the sport and, by association, NWTA. Better riders are more passionate about the sport. A larger and more passionate member base
REI has generously donated $10,000 to relocate and reconstruct Stub Stewart’s Williams Creek Trail. This multi-user trail is located on the west side of the Banks-Vernonia Trail, along Brooke Creek. The trail parallels the creek on the flats and is a muddy mess for all users— standing water is present on the trail tread much
On Saturday 40+ people volunteered to help do trail maintenance on the Sandy Ridge Trail. A big thank you goes to Brent Sullivan for organizing, to the crew leaders (Tom Slovak, Shane Gould, Tom Archer, Steve Swearingen, and Scott Sutterer) and to all the hard working volunteers that made the event a success.
As part of the citywide Off-road Cycling Master Plan (ORCMP), the City is proposing five draft trail concepts in Forest Park. These concepts were guided by the Forest Park Planning Principles, which translate the project’s vision and the many plans for Forest Park into specific guidance for off-road cycling. Here are the five draft trail concepts: • Open Tolinda
In just a couple of weeks, those for and against have left nearly 2,000 comments about the Off-road Cycling Master Plan (ORCMP). Through in-person open houses and community events, the online interactive map, the Forest Park questionnaire, a general comment form, and email (firstname.lastname@example.org), many have shared their ideas for creating more places for people of all ages and
On Monday, April 3, Off-road Cycling Master Plan Project Manager Michelle Kunec-North and Project Advisory Committee member Evan Smith discussed the plan’s focus on kids and families, its goal to provide places to ride across the city — and Forest Park. Curious about who said what? Listen now.