Join us for the famous IMBA Trail Care Crew’s first visit to the Aspen area! Jordan and Lani are traveling the country for two years, spreading knowledge and know-how on the art and science of great mountain bike trails.
The International Mountain Bicycling Association’s Trail Care Crew will lead its Trail Building School, which teaches IMBA’s philosophies and trains local volunteers and land managers how to build and maintain sustainable, fun singletrack. The school involves three hours in the classroom followed by about four hours in the field doing hands-on trail work and field instruction.
The TCC’s Trail Building School will start at 9am, classroom to be located at the Sky Hotel in Aspen. Lunch will be provided at 12pm and then we’ll reconvene up in the Hunter Creek at 1pm (shuttles and carpool to be organized that day) to put some newly learned skills to work on our local trails.
Organized by Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association with Partner Support from Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, Sky Hotel, Pitkin County Open Space & Trails, & White River National Forest.
Free Lunch for attendees!
Please RSVP: (970) 948-3486
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