The work to replace expired woodwork continues. Work on Pangor is nearly complete, with one wooden berm rebuilt and another soon on its way. This on top of the work over the past several weeks. Most recently, a boxed transition was installed on the optional drop and boardwalk between the wooden berms has been replaced. Big thanks to Pat Podolski, Sean Gerke & Sven Luebke for the lions share of the work.
Digger continues to buff up Expresso on an ongoing basis, most recently upper Expresso.
2015 is in like a lion! Lots happening on the slopes to improve our trails and create connectivity in our network.
Here is the latest...
The NSMBA would like to recognize and thank our team of hard working builders.
The NSMBA team of builders are experienced professionals trained to achieve the highest quality of trail building possible while remaining dedicated to a duty of care. Through the Trail Adoption Program (TAP), our builders lead volunteer community groups to make sustainable improvements that respect the environment. The NSMBA meets on site with the Land Manager(s) to engage in a collaborative process to create a trail plan for each trail that will adhere to current best management practices.
The NSMBA is proud to announce our list of 2014 Adopters. Thank you to all of our sponsors this year who are contributing to make the Shore the best place in the world to ride our bikes! For those about to shovel, we salute you!
2014 Trails Adoptions are open!
Find out how it works here.
New trails up for adoption include Forever After, High School League Trail, Sticks & Stones, Dempsey and Roadside Attraction. These, and many others, need your helping hands.
Be part of the good work in 2014!
To adopt a trail on the Shore, email TAP@nsmba.ca