Category Archives: Training

SDSF Flow Trail Update: MLK Jr. Day volunteer work day recap; next work day this coming Sunday 1/25, presented by Trail Head Cyclery

High school mountain biking teams finesse the flow on MLK Jr. Day Crew leaders, parents and others joined local high school mountain biking teams out at Soquel Demonstration State Forest (SDSF) for a day of advocacy and work on the … Continue reading

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Dig the Flow! Help build the SDSF flow trail … Join MBoSC’s Volunteer Trail Work Day this coming Sunday 1/25, presented by Trail Head Cyclery

The next Volunteer Trail Work Day at Soquel Demonstration State Forest (SDSF) is scheduled for this coming Sunday January 25, with Trail Head Cyclery generously providing the day’s hospitality, along with regular work day sponsors Whole Foods, Summit Store and … Continue reading

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Field Trip to Tamarancho’s New Flow Trail for MBoSC’s Crew Leader Training Class

MBoSC’s crew leader training class took a field trip to Camp Tamarancho, near Fairfax in Marin County, this weekend to ride and learn about the new Endor Flow Trail that opened there this spring. The Endor Flow Trail is the … Continue reading

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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

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