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JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 17:19
11 hours
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
Well, this story isn't about Asheville, it's about Old Fort, which is 25 miles east. Berm Park is even further away in Canton, about 45 miles from Old Fort. I did ride Berm Park, and made a whole video about it: https://youtu.be/YCWl7T2B4NI
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 17:17
11 hours
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
Right on, man! Thanks to the G5's efforts, races can now be run from Camp Grier, all on dirt, in that general area.
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 17:16
11 hours
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
@likeittacky: That wasn't forest service, Chuckanut is State parks! Anyhow, USFS rangers might be great folks, but trying to push new, bike friendly trail through USFS is like pushing a rope (from what I've heard after interviewing quite a few advocates that have worked with USFS). I need to find out how the Coconino Nat Forest is so bike friendly in Sedona, that might be a good success story TBH.
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 13:36
15 hours
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
Ironically, the State Parks can sometimes be easier to work with than the Federally controlled forest service! It was the same way back in Marin county, too. Heck, even Santa Cruz is like that. I thought it was interesting how in Austin, TX, some local race promoters partnered up with private land managers to make things happen. There's always a way, but it's never easy!
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 12:41
16 hours
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
@unrooted: oooof. It's such a PITA trying to build fresh trail in the USFS! But not fully impossible!!! Never know until you try... My main motivation behind this series is helping to elevate local trail groups in general, as that's the only way we can really get any new trails built. Or perhaps more attainable, old abandoned trails brought back to life.
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 12:40
16 hours
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
Enjoy Brevard!!! Old Fort is fun, as is Wilsons Creek. A lot to choose from in the whole greater AVL area!
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 12:39
16 hours
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 10:18
18 hours
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
thanks for watching/reading/enjoying Garrett! Hope all is well with you and the fam in AR!
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 10:01
19 hours
Video: How Building Trails United a Community
LOL right?! At first when I heard her say "hold on a minute..." I was like why is she holding up the process? But then when the story came out about how they got in touch with the black led community groups, and re-structured the plans in a way that started with more inclusive trails, it made a lot of sense. This got them TONS more leverage to get everything approved faster, and it allowed tapping into the community health trusts- that's a funding source I've never heard of mountain bikers being able to receive.
JeffWeed JeffWeed's article
Jul 3, 2022 at 9:57
19 hours
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