Category Archives: land managers

Creating Your MTB Dreamtown

Mountain biking is experiencing explosive growth in Santa Cruz and Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBoSC) wants to foster that growth. MBoSC is a 501c(3) non-profit that is committed to promoting sustainable trails in Santa Cruz County. In order to … Continue reading

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Additional backcountry panel installed at Wilder

Another backcountry panel was recently installed at the intersection of Woodcutters and Chinquapin trails at Wilder Ranch State Park. MBoSC donated $2,250 on behalf of the mountain biking community to pay for this sign which includes a map of the … Continue reading

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Public Access Planning for the CEMEX Redwoods

Special report by Mark Davidson, MBoSC President One prospect that gets me excited about local mountain bike advocacy is the opportunities presented by the CEMEX redwoods property. This 8,500 acre parcel was owned by the multi-national company CEMEX but had … Continue reading

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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

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David Vincent, California State Parks

David Vincent has been the District Superintendent of Santa Cruz area State Parks for the entire time that I have been living in Santa Cruz and involved in bike advocacy. Dave is retiring at the end of this month and … Continue reading

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