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rode in Mills River. view ridelog
Jan 9, 2016 at 14:10
Jan 9, 2016
quotes Cold wet pisgah is still the best
23 km - 03:12 - 1 achievements
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Jan 1, 2016 at 18:10
Jan 1, 2016
quotes The right way to start a new year
32 km - 03:56
Selling
Dec 18, 2015 at 9:25
Dec 18, 2015

Mechanic

$1 USD
The Summit Bechtel Reserve is looking for experienced passionate MTB and BMX mechanics who are interested in spending a summer in the New River Gorge sharing the sport with active teenagers and adults. With racetracks, skateparks, multiple pumptracks, dirt jumps, dual slalom courses and 35 miles of MTB trails, the Summit has something for everyone! Owned and operated by the Boy Scouts of America, the Summit Bechtel Reserve provides programming for a wide variety of co-ed youth and adult adventure programs. POSITION CONCEPT Repairs and maintains the Summit and mountain bike and BMX inventory. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS/COMPETENCIES • Must be 18 years of age at the start of the employment period • Submit a completed BSA health and medical form. • Previous experience repairing bikes. • Must meet the Summit BMI requirements for participation. Requirement: BMI under 32 is approved. BMI between 32 and 39.9 is acceptable provided there are no underlying medical concerns. BMI of 40 and above does not meet the requirement. • Must be able to lift and handle materials up to 70 lbs. PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES • Provide cheerful, helpful and efficient service to all Summit guests. Maintain a friendly, cheerful and helpful attitude to insure that participants have a safe and enjoyable experience. Where possible solve their needs and concerns, where not possible, steer them to someone who can. • Carry out the prescribed policies and procedures of the Summit as outlined in the Staff Guidebook and during staff training. • Present oneself to every participant and guest clean, sharp appearing and correctly uniformed as described in the Staff Guidebook. • Help to train mountain bike and BMX staff members to make minor repairs and to identify and recognize bikes that are unsafe for use. • Become familiar with all materials supplied prior to the camping season. • Become familiar with and follow all pertinent Summit and BSA policies and procedures. DAILY OPERATIONS • Repair bikes so that they can be put back into use in the BMX and mountain bike program. • Present a program that imparts useful bike care and maintenance knowledge that supports the aims and objectives of the BSA and that is safe, fun, interesting and challenging. • Maintain a clean and efficient repair area • Monitor inventory of spare parts and repair equipment and works with mountain bike manager to order materials needed to keep program running safely. • Use any and all safety equipment mandated in your work area. • Insure proper use, security and care of repair parts and repair equipment. • Perform all other duties as assigned by the management team. Compensation $1145-$1255+ /month DOE Free Room & Board Opportunity to earn IMBA Instructor Certification Professional discounts on hundreds of brands Endless activities on Summit facilities and throughout the New River Gorge Friendships to last a lifetime Apply: http://www.summitbsa.org/jobs/ Contact: Phil Waidner | Wheels Program Manager Summit Bechtel Reserve 304-465-2834

Selling
Dec 18, 2015 at 9:20
Dec 18, 2015

BMX Instructors

$1 USD
The Summit Bechtel Reserve is looking for experienced passionate BMX riders who are interested in spending a summer in the New River Gorge sharing the sport with active teenagers and adults. With racetracks, skateparks, multiple pumptracks, dirt jumps, dual slalom courses and 35 miles of MTB trails, the Summit has something for everyone! Owned and operated by the Boy Scouts of America, the Summit Bechtel Reserve provides programming for a wide variety of co-ed youth and adult adventure programs. POSITION CONCEPT Teach participants to ride a BMX bike and to navigate the various BMX tracks at the Summit. The instructors will also help to maintain the course, gear and bikes. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS/COMPETENCIES • Must be 18 years of age at the start of the employment period • Have or be able to obtain Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR Adult certifications • Experience with BMX. • Submit a completed BSA health and medical form. • Must meet the Summit BMI requirements for participation. Requirement: BMI under 32 is approved. BMI between 32 and 39.9 is acceptable provided there are no underlying medical concerns. BMI of 40 and above does not meet the requirement. • Must be able to lift and handle materials up to 70 lbs. DESIRED COMPETANCIES OR PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE • Teaching others BMX bike skills PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES • Provide cheerful, helpful and efficient service to all Summit guests. Maintain a friendly, cheerful and helpful attitude to insure that participants have a safe and enjoyable experience. Where possible solve their needs and concerns, where not possible, steer them to someone who can. • Carry out the prescribed policies and procedures of the Summit as outlined in the Staff Guidebook and during staff training. • Present oneself to every participant and guest clean, sharp appearing and correctly uniformed as described in the Staff Guidebook. • Become familiar with all materials supplied prior to the camping season. • Become familiar with and follow all pertinent Summit and BSA policies and procedures. DAILY OPERATIONS • Present programs on time with all materials on hand, ready to go. • Present a BMX program that imparts useful knowledge that supports the aims and objectives of the BSA and that is safe, fun, interesting and challenging. • Maintain a clean and efficient program area. • Checks all BMX tracks before opening and after the end of the operational day. • Makes note of any observed unsafe course conditions and fixes them or reports them to the BMX Area Director and Summit maintenance staff. • Use any and all safety equipment mandated in the BMX program or any other area assigned to work in. • Insure proper use, security and care of program equipment. • Perform all other duties as assigned by the management team. Compensation $1145-$1255+ /month DOE Free Room & Board Professional discounts on hundreds of brands Endless activities on Summit facilities and throughout the New River Gorge Friendships to last a lifetime Apply: http://www.summitbsa.org/jobs/ Contact: Phil Waidner | Wheels Program Manager Summit Bechtel Reserve 304-465-2834

Selling
Dec 18, 2015 at 9:14
Dec 18, 2015

Mountain Bike Instructors

$1 USD
The Summit Bechtel Reserve is looking for experienced passionate mountain bikers who are interested in spending a summer in the New River Gorge sharing the sport with active teenagers and adults. With 35 miles of XC and DH trails, multiple pumptracks, skills courses , dirt jumps and dual slalom courses, the Summit has something for everyone! Owned and operated by the Boy Scouts of America, the Summit Bechtel Reserve provides programming for a wide variety of co-ed youth and adult adventure programs. More Info and to Apply: http://www.summitbsa.org/jobs/ POSITION CONCEPT Provides instruction to Summit participants of various ability levels to improve their mountain biking skills. Summit trails consist of both cross country and downhill style trails. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS/COMPETENCIES • Must be 18 years of age at the start of the employment period • Have or be able to obtain Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR Adult certifications • Experience mountain biking (downhill or cross country) • Submit a completed BSA health and medical form. • Must meet the Summit BMI requirements for participation. Requirement: BMI under 32 is approved. BMI between 32 and 39.9 is acceptable provided there are no underlying medical concerns. BMI of 40 and above does not meet the requirement. • Must be able to lift and handle materials up to 70 lbs. DESIRED COMPETANCIES OR PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE • Teaching others mountain biking skills. PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES • Provide cheerful, helpful and efficient service to all Summit guests. Maintain a friendly, cheerful and helpful attitude to insure that participants have a safe and enjoyable experience. Where possible solve their needs and concerns, where not possible, steer them to someone who can. • Carry out the prescribed policies and procedures of the Summit as outlined in the Staff Guidebook and during staff training. • Present oneself to every participant and guest clean, sharp appearing and correctly uniformed as described in the Staff Guidebook. • Become familiar with all materials supplied prior to the camping season. • Become familiar with and follow all pertinent Summit and BSA policies and procedures. DAILY OPERATIONS • Present programs on time with all materials on hand, ready to go. • Present a mountain biking program that imparts useful knowledge that supports the aims and objectives of the BSA and that is safe, fun, interesting and challenging. • Maintain a clean and efficient program area • Makes note of any observed unsafe trail conditions and reports them to the mountain bike patrol and or Mountain Bike Area Director. • Use any and all safety equipment mandated in the mountain bike program or any other area assigned to work in. • Insure proper use, security and care of program equipment. • Perform all other duties as assigned by the management team. Compensation $1145-$1255+ /month DOE Free Room & Board IMBA Instructor Certification Professional discounts on hundreds of brands Endless activities on Summit facilities and throughout the New River Gorge Friendships to last a lifetime Apply: http://www.summitbsa.org/jobs/ Contact: Phil Waidner | Wheels Program Manager Summit Bechtel Reserve 304-465-2834

rode in Arrowhead Trails. view ridelog
Dec 16, 2015 at 18:10
Dec 16, 2015
quotes Night Ride
9 km - 00:50 - 1 achievements
Selling
Dec 15, 2015 at 12:57
Dec 15, 2015

MTB Trail Crew Lead

$1 USD
The Summit Bechtel Reserve is looking for experienced passionate mountain bikers who are interested in spending a summer in the New River Gorge sharing the sport with active teenagers and adults. With 35 miles of XC and DH trails, multiple pumptracks, skills courses , dirt jumps and dual slalom courses, the Summit has something for everyone! Owned and operated by the Boy Scouts of America, the Summit Bechtel Reserve provides programming for a wide variety of co-ed youth and adult adventure programs. More Info and to Apply: http://www.summitbsa.org/jobs/ TRAIL CREW LEAD: POSITION CONCEPT Leads, organizes and supervises the Summit Trail Crew. The Trail crew monitors, repairs and maintains the Summit mountain bike trails. The Trail Crew also leads teams of volunteer conservation workers. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS/COMPETENCIES • Must be 21 years of age at the start of the employment period • Submit a completed BSA health and medical form. • Previous experience building and maintaining sustainable MTB trails • Must meet the Summit BMI requirements: BMI under 32 is approved. BMI between 32 and 39.9 is acceptable provided there are no underlying medical concerns. BMI of 40 and above does not meet the requirement. • Must be able to lift and handle materials up to 70 lbs. PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES • Maintain Summit mountain bike trails and features with leadership of the Mountain Bike Area Director and Wheels Program Manager • Organize and lead teams of volunteer conservation crews who are providing community service work for the Summit. • Provide cheerful, helpful and efficient service to all Summit guests. Maintain a friendly, cheerful and helpful attitude to insure that participants have a safe and enjoyable experience. Where possible solve their needs and concerns, where not possible, steer them to someone who can. • Carry out the prescribed policies and procedures of the Summit as outlined in the Staff Guidebook and during staff training. • Present oneself to every participant and guest clean, sharp appearing and correctly uniformed as described in the Staff Guidebook. • Become familiar with all materials supplied prior to the camping season. • Become familiar with and follow all pertinent policies and procedures. DAILY OPERATIONS • Organize and supervise the Trail Crew to monitor, maintain and repair Summit Trails. • Present a program that imparts useful trail care and maintenance knowledge that supports the aims and objectives of the BSA and that is safe, fun, interesting and challenging. • Monitor inventory of spare parts and repair equipment and works with mountain bike manager to order materials needed to keep program running safely. • Use any and all safety equipment mandated in your work area. • Insure proper use, security and care of tools and equipment. • Perform all other duties as assigned by the management team. Compensation $1435-$1640+ /month DOE Free Room & Board Opportunity to earn IMBA Instructor Certification Professional discounts on hundreds of brands Endless activities on Summit facilities and throughout the New River Gorge Friendships to last a lifetime Apply: http://www.summitbsa.org/jobs/ Contact: Phil Waidner | Wheels Program Manager Summit Bechtel Reserve 304-465-2834

rode in Arrowhead Trails. view ridelog
Dec 10, 2015 at 17:10
Dec 10, 2015
quotes Group Night Ride
15 km - 01:12 - 1 achievements
rode in The Summit Bechtel Reserve. view ridelog
Dec 6, 2015 at 13:10
Dec 6, 2015
quotes Afternoon Ride
40 km - 02:15 - 3 achievements
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