Category Archives: advocacy

Want more trails near Santa Cruz?

The Land Trust of Santa Cruz, the manager of the 8,500 acre Cemex Redwoods property, is collecting information from the public as it moves forward in creating a new management plan. Take the online survey and speak up for mountain … Continue reading

Posted in access, advocacy, cemex, land managers, trails | Comments Off

Welcome to Mountain Biking in Santa Cruz County

Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBoSC) is a non-profit mountain bike advocacy organization and a chapter of  the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA). MBoSC works to promote mountain bike recreation and to expand sustainable trail access in the Santa Cruz area. … Continue reading

Posted in advocacy, trail building, trails, welcome | Comments Off

Trail Head Cyclery Presents MTB Double Feature as Fundraiser for Demo Flow Trail Thursday 9/26 at Camera 7 in Campbell

True story. You can help make the 4 mile FLOW TRAIL at Demo a reality by viewing 2 rad flicks (NOT BAD and ARRIVAL) back-to-back at Camera 7 in the Pruneyard (Campbell) this Thursday pm 9/26 at 7 pm. Does … Continue reading

Posted in advocacy, advocates, bike industry, bike shops, event, events, fundraising, movies | Comments Off

Demo Flow Trail Project Update and Trail Construction Crew Leader Training

Demo Flow Trail Project Update Since the completion of the Emma McCrary trail, MBOSC has been hard at work behind the scenes on the Demo Flow Trail project and we wanted to give folks an update on the status of … Continue reading

Posted in advocacy, flowtrail, fundraising, ibis, mbosc, raffle, sdf, trail building, trails, Training | Comments Off

New Multi-Use Trail Connects Community

The highly anticipated grand opening of the Emma McCrary Trail in Pogonip City Park on Saturday June 1 boasted an impressive turnout (300+!) of mountain bikers, hikers, runners, dog walkers and equestrians on perfect Santa Cruz morning. This fun and … Continue reading

Posted in advocacy, mbosc, news, pogonip, tourism, trail building, trail plan, trails, Uncategorized, volunteer | Comments Off