I was not at the forefront of this project, but I helped and I am quite proud of the job done by all involved. It could not have gone any better.
It has improved relations between the MTBers and the park, as well as lending a ton of public credibility among both bikers and non-bikers to the Cleveland Area Mountain Bike Association's trail building director and crew - of which anyone can be a part.
As soon as some old hiking trails are reclaimed, the whole crew is moving on to another location in the park system to build more sweet singletrack.
The author of the article is both a park employee and an avid MTBer and bicycle advocate, so she juggles in the court of public opinion often, without showing any bias to any particular user group or activity. Tough job!
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