Category Archives: land managers

SDSF Flow Trail Update: Tread Bikes 1/10 volunteer work day recap; remaining January work days open for registration

MBoSC/Tread Bikes SDSF Flow Trail Volunteer Work Day Recap A record 53 volunteers showed up on a gorgeous morning this past Saturday January 10 to work on the flow trail at Soquel Demonstration State Forest (SDSF). Fueled by coffee and … Continue reading

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Celebrating the transfer of the inland Coast Dairies to the BLM

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On Friday Oct 3rd there was a ceremony near the town of Davenport to celebrate the conveyance of the Coast Dairies properties. After a very long wait the almost 6,000 acre inland portion of the Coast Dairies was finally transferred … Continue reading

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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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