TRAILS

Part of how the MBAA gives back, is advocating for trails, that includes trail work.  To compete in the series, and to ensure that we as a group are contributing to – (not just using) the trails, we ask that riders in the series complete a minimum of 4 hours of volunteer trail work.  There are plenty of projects going on, and if not, you can lead one!

  • TRAIL WORK CALENDAR – projects that we know of throughout the state (listed on the front page on the left)
  • SUBMIT TRAIL WORK HOURS – get credit for the 2015 season with your trail work
  • TRACKED HOURS – view volunteer or Trail hours logged on the volunteer tab

MBAA TRAIL WORK DATES

Note you can get credit for trail work at any location, however these 3 dates are led by MBAA Trails Director Alan Shelton and coordinated with the park.

NOV 15, 2014 – McDOWELL

FRIDAY – FREE camping, park open for night rides till 10p.
SATURDAY –
FREE Camping, parking
7:30am Check in
8:00a – 12:00p Trail work
NOTE– free camping, parking and lunch only for those doing trail work.
What to bring: sunscreen, water, gloves, tools (if you have them, McClouds, Rakes, shovels, etc), closed toed shoes.
Contact:  Alan Shelton
RSVP:  Please RSVP using Facebook so we have a rough idea on quantity of volunteers, a link to this event is HERE


 JAN 10, 2015 – McDOWELL

FRIDAY – FREE camping, park open for night rides till 10p.
SATURDAY –
FREE Camping, parking
7:30am Check in
8:00a – 12:00p Trail work
NOTE– free camping, parking and lunch only for those doing trail work.
What to bring: sunscreen, water, gloves, tools (if you have them, McClouds, Rakes, shovels, etc), closed toed shoes.
Contact:  Alan Shelton
RSVP:  Please RSVP using Facebook so we have a rough idea on quantity of volunteers, a link to this event is HERE


 JAN 24, 2015 – ESTRELLA

FRIDAY – FREE camping, park open for night rides till 10p.
SATURDAY –
FREE Camping, parking
7:30am Check in
8:00a – 12:00p Trail work
NOTE– free camping, parking and lunch only for those doing trail work.
What to bring: sunscreen, water, gloves, tools (if you have them, McClouds, Rakes, shovels, etc), closed toed shoes.
Contact:  Alan Shelton
RSVP:  Please RSVP using Facebook so we have a rough idea on quantity of volunteers, a link to this event is HERE


 FEB 28 – WHITE TANKS

SATURDAY –
7:30am Check in – Meet at Competitive loop trail head
8:00am – 12:00pm Trail work
What to bring:  rakes –  leaf and rigid, shovels, or McCleod if you have one. Bring your bike, work gloves, hiking shoes, and water. We will ride to the work sites.

If you have a truck you don’t mind getting a few marks on we could use your help hauling in tools too.
Contact:  Alan Shelton  OR Brian Murphy  720-935-3798  b1900dcaptain@hotmail.com
RSVP: Please RSVP using Facebook so we have a rough idea on quantity of volunteers – HERE


MAR 21 – McDOWELL

FREE LUNCH

SATURDAY –
7:30am Check in – Meet at Competitive loop trail head
8:00am – 12:00pm Trail work
What to bring:  rakes –  leaf and rigid, shovels, or McCleod if you have one. Bring your bike, work gloves, hiking shoes, and water. We will ride to the work sites.

If you have a truck you don’t mind getting a few marks on we could use your help hauling in tools too.
Contact:  Alan Shelton
RSVP: Please RSVP using Facebook so we have a rough idea on quantity of volunteers – HERE