Just wanted to let Front Range peeps know about our new non-profit based in Colorado Springs, The Urban Singletrack Project
The goal of the Urban Singletrack Project is to find land that can be used for even short segments up to a few miles of singletrack right within the center of a city or accessible from it's downtown.
We've currently got approval in Colorado Springs to start phase one of a potential 12 mile project right in the heart of Colorado Springs. We're also working on scouting out 3 other areas along this route (which parallels' I-25). Preliminary findings have shown that it's very possible to get 20-30 miles of singletrack in along the Sante Fe Trail (a paved, commuter type path) between the Woodmen Exit and Tejon Exit in the next 5 years.
But we're not limited to Colorado Springs. There is potential for similar projects in Denver, Pueblo, Castle Rock, Woodland Park, Byers, and Monument from what we've learned. Interested in something in your area? Message us via our FB page.
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