With only one paid staff member, most of the 25,000+ hours of work that NWTA does every year is by its volunteers. Come help be a part of the effort to expand mountain bike access in Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Have you ever wondered how Sandy Ridge or Rocky Point stay in such good shape? It’s our trailwork volunteers putting in tens of thousand of hours each year to both maintain current trails and build new ones. Find out how you can help
Find out how to contribute to our campaigns to expand mountain bike access in the region.
The next step up from general volunteering. Find out about how to lead a trail crew, an advocacy campaign, joining the NWTA board of directors, and other areas we need help.
One stop spot to find out where you can learn about trail building techniques, sawyering, or for advanced volunteers using our trail building machine.