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Fall 2009 W.T.F. News
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Friday, 04 September 2009 12:22

Current news about Events, Trail Projects, and organization...

Last Updated on Monday, 07 September 2009 12:56
Shuttle 'til ya drop - October 17th at Black Rock
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 07 August 2009 08:21

Westside Trail Federation is once again hosting a shuttle day fundraiser event!

All slots filled on 10/5/2009!   There is no standby list. If you mailed registration after the max cutoff reached, PO Box will be checked Thursday night - you will be contacted via email with details.   Basically, you have options - 1) request donation be mailed back to you, 2) show up on shuttle day, and starting at NOON "no show" slots will be made available on first come/first served basis, or 3) just "let it ride"... let us know to accept your donation as a general fund donation (and we'll appreciate it!)

See Read More - info about demo bike situation and registration status



Click READ MORE for registration details about "how to reserve your slot"!


Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2009 15:31
Ride Oregon trails and events site (new!)
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 04 August 2009 15:56

Ride Oregon logoJust went live this week... The "Ride Oregon" site created by Travel Oregon is live!

It's easy to find rides where you want to ride, and the "amenities" in the area of trail.   It's new, so you'll need to submit content - there's lots of mountain biking trails that could be added.   Use the Submit Ride form on site to send in a suggestion.

This site was recommended several years ago at a Bike Summit, and feedback provided over past two Bike Summit conferences.  Travel Oregon stepped up to make it happen, and it's a good start!   A central location to direct visitors to for where to ride when they visit Oregon is a good thing.    They also listened to input from W.T.F. representative about adding "Volunteer" type to the Events calendar (I'm sure it couldn't have just been our suggestion).

Someday, it'd be awesome to see the Tillamook State Forest trail network for Downhill mountain biking shown in all it's glory (I mean, once we've built it that is...)   I'll be adding Stub Stewart State Park as a trail suggestion right now...


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Would you be willing to pay for a Trailhead Parking Pass for the ability to park and shuttle a Downhill/Freeride mountain bike destination trail network on public lands? Proceeds of the revenue would pay for Oregon Department of Forestry staff time.

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