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Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
The Pisgah Area SORBA Board of Directors met for a regular Board meeting Monday evening, April 29, 2013, in the home of Chris Neubert. In attendance were Jeff Keener, Chris Neubert, Chuck Ramsey, Rick Schrader, Mark Stierwalt, and Chris Strout. President Chris Strout called the meeting to order at 6:40 pm and began working through an agenda distributed to Board members earlier in the day.
Jeff Keener delivered the tag and paperwork for the Dingo trailer to Chuck Ramsey, who will see that the tag is mounted …
US Forest Service page says comments are still being accepted by 5/24/2013
On February 27, 2013 the Forest Service initiated a 60-day comment period to provide the public an opportunity to review the Agency’s proposed planning directives. The public comment period closed on April 29, but the Agency has decided to reopen the comment period for an additional 15 days to provide an opportunity to gather additional public input to inform the final planning directives. These directives are the key set of agency guidance documents that direct implementation of …
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The Gnarliest Kids Adventure Race Ever
May 19, 2013
The Gnarliest Kids Adventure Race (THE GNAR) will offers kids, ages five through 14, the opportunity to experience the thrill of adventure racing. Teams of two will work together to navigate a variety of challenges. The course is TOP SECRET! Challenges may include mountain biking, running, a low ropes course, problem solving, a climbing wall, and a grand finale obstacle guaranteed to leave a perma-grin smile for your ride home.
The GNAR begins with instructions and …
Great riding depends on great trails, but singletrack doesn’t repair itself. Here’s the right way to approach three common trail issues.
By: Brian Fiske
Click here for article on bicycling.com
When it comes to trail maintenance, there’s a good chance that Chris Kehmeier has seen it all. The 38-year-old trail master got his start when he helped re-route the Two Elk trail near Vail, Colorado, in 2000. From 2009 to 2011, he traveled the country as part of IMBA’s Trail Care Crew. And now, he’s a Trail Solutions Project Manager for the trail organization, a …