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Venue and date change for June club meeting

Please note that the June club meeting will be held on Monday June 15 (not June 8) at the Harvey West Park Scouthouse in Santa Cruz (7pm as usual). The agenda will be focused on the leadership changes for MBoSC. … Continue reading

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Monthly Meeting Agenda: Monday April 13, 2015

Join us tonight, Monday April 13, 2015, for our monthly club meeting at Seabright Brewery, 7pm. Tonight’s agenda includes: Coast Dairies National Monument status — Our special guest will be Steve Reed who is the campaign manager for the NM effort. He … Continue reading

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MBoSC January Club Meeting Agenda

We have a full agenda for the January club meeting taking place on the back patio of Seabright Brewery at 7pm on Monday the 12th. Hope to see you there! Agenda

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Summary of the San Vicente Redwoods Access Plan Released

The San Vicente Redwoods is a 8,500 acre property between Davenport and Bonny Doon which will be managed by a consortium of land trusts for conservation and recreation. Mountain biking is one of the allowed recreational activities consistent with use … 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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