RADLANDS Trail Build Day in Redmond, OR
On March 10th, come out and join us for the 2012 kickoff build day at the RADLANDS. Also known as the East Redmond Trail Complex, this newest trail network will provide year round riding with spectacular views right here in Redmond. Meet at the Trailhead @ 9am, which is located at the High Desert Sports Complex. Bring your sturdy boots, work gloves and proper clothing for various weather. Nuun will be provided so bring your water bottles too. Afterwards, join us for burgers and PRIZES. This build day is sponsored by Trinity Bikes and their amazing Cycling Team! For more information, go to the Trinity Bikes Cycling Team website.
Thanks and hope to see you there!
it means 'no problem'
First of three...
March 10 is just the first event of three that we have scheduled for the Spring.
This is a really exciting new area, the views alone are worth a visit!
Just cuz that's how we roll, I've pasted below the standard COTA Trail worker requirements:
All COTA trail work events require the following safety measures:
All participants are required to have the following protective clothing and equipment:
Sturdy shoes or boots
Eye protection with clear or light colored lens
Due to COTA’s insurance requirements and the inherent dangers of trail work, we must implement the following policy regarding children at work events:
For anyone 14 years of age or younger, we require one parent, guardian, or responsible adult for supervision of every four kids attending any COTA trail work events.
All minors under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian available to sign our waiver.
Anyone who arrives for a work event may be turned away if he/she cannot meet the above requirements.
"“May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view." - Edward Abbey
please, just ride
You are right Sans, the views out there are awesome and it looks like we may have some ideal trail building soil conditions if the snow backs off a bit. Hopefully we, meaning all of the awesome volunteers that are going to show up, can get the first loop completed and a good start on the second loop. Once these are completed we can get into some longer, more techy trail loops. Really looking forward to having another winter option here in the CO, and a local spot for all the Redmond crew to get their ride on.
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