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You say what? “you love the IRS,” you have got to be joking. Ok yes we are, but they only took a year to get us this lovely letter so whose complaining….. Joking aside the SMBC is now a full … Continue reading
Here is a update from Jennifer Burns at the RRRD office about Spring trail issues. Comments are open on this post to get feedback on the signs. Some things to consider are how much the sign educates other users … Continue reading
REDROCK SPRING 2014 VOLUNTEER TRAIL WORK The Red Rock Ranger District will be hosting volunteer trail work days starting in February. Work days are open to anyone interested in light to heavy trail work on trails located between Broken Arrow and Little Horse trails. See … Continue reading
The final RTCA meeting is on Thursday September 26th. Link to calendar post We think it is important for the MTB community to have a significant presence, and encourage you to attend this final event. Here is a list of … Continue reading
A project started some time back with the intention of returning some economic energy back into our trails has now gone live. The SMBC Juicy trails mapping product has just been integrated into our site and printed versions of the … Continue reading
Hello fellow SMBC members! We hope that you are enjoying the AMAZING spring weather and that you are putting your new bells to good use. Our board is excited to be meeting with Patrick Kell, South Western Regional Director of … Continue reading
Hey gang, it’s our club philosophy that we cherish feedback. We are happy to provide a link to this informative article that gives a solid perspective from outside our community. The following are a few important facts that are important … Continue reading
Good healthy clean fun.
Seriously, as a THANKS to all SMBC members who attended the amazing meeting on Thursday night, all of you received a gift of a trail bell to be picked up at one of the three supporting bike shops: Absolute, Bike & … Continue reading
“One of the greatest threats to conservation may be declining public support due to fewer people engaged in outdoor recreation.”
The title was taken from the conclusion notes in a 2009 study by the Nature Conservancy. And yet, there is a whole crop of up and coming people becoming engaged through mountain biking. Here is a link to a recent … Continue reading