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    ride hard or die
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    majoring in construction managment

    hey guys,
    So I am majoring in construction managment. And was thinking that I would like to get paid to build mountain bike trails. Is there an industry for this? Or something related to bikes were I can use my degree. If not, then I will just do the whole entrepuner thing.

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    Don't worry, be happy!
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    I thought IMBA had a listing of various firms, but here are a few:
    Trail Solutions
    Talon Trails
    Gravity Solutions...

    sounds like fun!!

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    Witty McWitterson
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    The only link you need:
    http://www.trailbuilders.org/about.html
    Just a regular guy.

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    Here, check this out ....from IMBA....at this year's World Conference at Park City, Utah! Wish I could make THAT!

    http://www.imba.com/news/news_releas...ilbuilder.html
    IF YOU CAN READ THIS, YOU'RE NOT RIDING (or building)!

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    ride hard or die
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    hey thanks guys for your help. i will look into every one mentioned. The world trails compony looks great.

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    Here's a college course on mountain bike trail management:

    http://www.capcollege.bc.ca/programs...bike/Home.html
    Michael Vitti
    CLIMB President
    www.CLIMBonline.org
    www.IMBA.com
    NY State Trails Council Member

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    Quote Originally Posted by sick4surf
    Here's a college course on mountain bike trail management:

    http://www.capcollege.bc.ca/programs...bike/Home.html
    Mark Schmidt, formerly with the IMBA TCC and now with IMBA Canada, teaches that course and has help from Jay Hoots. Also, the Professional Trailbuilders Association is a group with which to become familiar.

    Dewayne

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