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Wondering where funds from the 2014 season end up? Well here is our first big check that went to the Flagstaff Biking Organization – $5000 in funds were given to FBO. These funds, along with another $5000 in funds (from historical MBAA contributions, as well as Absolute) will be matched and almost $20,000 in funds will be used towards trail work in Flagstaff. This is a HUGE amount of funding and certainly not possible without the support of YOU, the MBAA, all of our sponsors and the local shops around the valley. Stay tuned for the next round of funds to hit the community.
So last time we got rained out, this time it looks like rain will happen AFTER we are done. Tomorrow, get on it, get dirty, move dirt and meet cool people. Here are the details:
Location: McDowell Mountain Park – Pemberton Trail
Date: Sat, 12/7/13 from 8:00 AM – Noon.
Info: Meet at the Trailhead Staging Area at 8:00 AM. Bring H2O, work gloves and any trail work tools you have. The park will also have tools for volunteers to use.
Parking/fees: If you do not have a park pass, let the host know that you are there for trail work and you can enter the park for free.
Areas to to worked on: repair erosion damage on Pemberton, fixing a few off-camber turns, and adding a few bridges to steep wash areas.
Hours worked will be logged with the MBAA for anyone looking to get their MBAA trail work hours in. Be sure to sign in at the trailhead.
Contact: Rand Hubbell
McDowell Mountain Regional Park
16300 McDowell Mountain Park Dr.
MMRP Arizona 85255
Ph: 480-471-0173 Fax: 602-372-8507
Time to dig in the dirt! Trail work this Saturday at McDowell Mountain Park. Details are below.
Date: Saturday November 23, 2013
Meet: Pemberton Trailhead
Bring: H2O, work gloves, any trail work tools you may have. Park will also provide some tools.
If you don’t have a park pass (you should), please let the host know you are there for trail work and you can enter the park for FREE!
Focused Area: Repair erosion damage on Pemberton, fixing a few off-camber turns, and adding a few bridges to steep wash areas.