Posts Tagged ‘mountain bike trails’

Glendo State Park

This week, the Singletrack Trails crew shifted from Curt Gowdy State Park to Glendo State Park in Wyoming.  It was a short little jaunt up I-25 from Cheyenne.  We will be there for most of August before heading over to Grand Junction for a month. The elevation of Glendo is a little lower than Curt…

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Directional Jump trail at Curt Gowdy

The crew has spent the last couple of weeks building a beautiful, sustainable, singletrack trail at Curt Gowdy State Park in Wyoming.  The purpose of this trail was to provide a challenging directional trail to stimulate visitors to Curt Gowdy that like to get their tires off of the ground. The trail has two segments. …

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Moving big rocks for the big line

Today the crew and I started work on a new sustainable, directional mountain bike trail.  A couple of years ago, Singletrack Trails was part of the team that built Free Lunch at the Lunch Loops in Grand Junction, CO.  It is a directional freeride trail that averages about 7% trail grade.  It is full of…

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Curt Gowdy in the national news

I rolled back into Grand Junction to work with volunteers last Friday.  I caught up for dinner with the project manager from Wyoming State Parks in Fruita on his spring mountain bike trip. Check out this link on USA Today

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Hitting the stride

With the machines working like crazy the last couple of days, Joey, Dave, and I are finally getting in a groove. Dave and Joey are running the excavators on the west side of M Hill. I have started an alignment on the east side. Looking at the weather the next few days, I am going…

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Ginny Trail work day

This past Saturday I worked with the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas and 30 volunteers to start the implementation of a plan for alternate option lines on the Ginny Trail that I created. The focus of the work was to create elevated wooden structures in an area that remains boggy after snows or rains.…

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Bobcat Ridge-Ginny Trail Planning

Got to enjoy the super beautiful fall weather today and ride my bike at the City of Fort Collins Natural Area-Bobcat Ridge. This project will entail working with the local mountain bike community to construct alternate lines on the black diamond Ginny Trail. The first goal will be to address the areas that retain moisture…

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