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    Pacific Northwest Mountain Bike Summit


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    I hope to be able to stick around for the weekend, before I head back to NC and back to a busy fall schedule (trail consulting work).

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    Does anyone know if these folks ever meet in the Corvallis area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slopefish View Post
    Does anyone know if these folks ever meet in the Corvallis area?
    IMBA regional summits are an every other year affair and they alternate with the larger International Summit which in 2012 will be in Sante Fe in Oct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slopefish View Post
    Does anyone know if these folks ever meet in the Corvallis area?
    they do not.

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    Bump. Why is this not a sticky? Any moderators awake out there?

    I will be there and look forward to meeting some NW advocates.


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    Do you have to register for this ? I do not see anywhere to register if you do.

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    Yes. Scroll to the very bottom of the page, left hand side.

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    I'll be there -

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    This Summit will be a good chance to meet and mingle with not only other advocates from around the region but also land mangers who are interested in mountain biking.

    +1 for Sticky...
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    Only 20 spots taken so far, and we were planning for 200.

    What gives, people?

    MODS - Please sticky!
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    I just saw that a schedule went up on the IMBA site.

    Lots of hands-on, on-trail and on-bike activities.

    You do not need to be a club officer or even an IMBA member to attend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sans soucie View Post
    Only 20 spots taken so far, and we were planning for 200.

    What gives, people?

    MODS - Please sticky!
    ss- it is not clear if the Cog Wild shuttles are included in the registration price.

    Give people some more reasons to attend (in the WA board thread, too)
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    I would have liked to attend, but am 100% committed to attending the Disciples of Dirt's semi-annual Barbie Camp weekend in Camp Sherman. Hopefully, we can avoid the schedule conflict next time around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch View Post
    I would have liked to attend, but am 100% committed to attending the Disciples of Dirt's semi-annual Barbie Camp weekend in Camp Sherman. Hopefully, we can avoid the schedule conflict next time around.
    Same here. This explains the low number of registrations.....
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    Hey All! We're psyched to see registrations rolling in and look forward to seeing ya'll on Friday! To answer Shiggy's question, there will be a free Cog Wild Shuttle for everyone who registers and reduced prices for attendees if they want more than one shuttle while they're in town. If you've got any questions give me a shout: anna.laxague(at)imba.com

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    Just a quick update:

    A few of the COTA Crew Leaders will be leading the group and shuttled rides on Friday & Saturday afternoons. They have an intimate knowledge of the trails and what it took to construct them.

    Also, the Friday night party is open to all current COTA members as well as Summit Attendees. It starts at 6:30 pm at the Century Center and is Sponsored by Deschutes Brewery. I'm told we will have kegs of Pale, IPA, Jubel and Hop Trip to provide some social lube!

    Lastly, and this also is not shown on the IMBA registration page, we are going to offer a demonstration of COTA's worklog and other unique features of the COTA website on Saturday Morning. We will be meeting at Summit High School for the sessions on Saturday. Hope to see you all there.

    In case you are not already registered there is a possibility to register for this event on site, Friday morning. Proceeds from the event registrations go back to COTA. Thanks!
    "“May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view." - Edward Abbey

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