Category Archives: history

It’s Official: The Emma McCrary Trail in Pogonip

On Dec 11, 2012, the Pogonip East Multi-Use Trail (EMUT) was officially named the Emma McCrary Trail in honor of one of the most prolific trail builders in Santa Cruz County. Emma McCrary passed away on June 17, 2011 after … Continue reading

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Pogonip Trail Project Featured in Dec 2012 Bike Magazine

The latest issue of Bike Magazine (on newsstands now) features an article called “Uncommon Alliance” which discusses the genesis of the Pogonip multi-use trail. The premise of the article is that parks and open space for which drug havens had … Continue reading

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2011 was a knockout year for MBoSC!

2011 was another year where Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz knocked it out of the park! Since 2007, the club membership and participation, fundraising, events and activities have been growing. Our ability to raise funds, engage volunteers, land managers and … Continue reading

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Emma McCrary Loved the Dirt You Ride

If you like riding the Rincon Trail, thank the McCrarys. Those who cut their single track teeth on Wilder Ranch trails should also thank the McCrarys. Emma McCrary and her husband Bud built many of the original Wilder single track … Continue reading

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Recreational Biking in Pogonip

Once upon a time people had fun on bicycles in Pogonip. And it was good. Bikes weren’t exclusively for transportation. These bikes were used for pure whimsical recreation. In Pogonip. And it was good. And people had fun. In Pogonip. … Continue reading

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