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    Sources to buy signs.

    Hi,

    Do any of you have a favorite or other sources for trail sign purchases? I have to get this job done in two places and can no longer wait for all the volunteer offers or put up with the offers that are too much work for the managers.

    I've found Voss Signs, senicsigns.com, and bicyclesigns.com.

    Thank you.

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    What kind of signs are you looking for? Might want to add rockart to your list: Rockart Signs & Markers Online Catalog
    Professional Trail Builder and Guvmint Employee

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    +1 on rockart!

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    Not sure what type of signs you are looking for but my company, Integral Design Group, produced trail signs for a recently completed project by the Colorado Mountain Bike Association. The signs can be seen throughout this video: Buffalo Creek Blackjack Trail - YouTube

    PM me if you're interested in learning more.

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    Thanks all. Rockart has decals for this sport where some others selling fiberglass type are only geared for utilities.

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    The local land manager (County Park/Forestry Dept) uses Scenic Signs for our XC-ski trail and single-track signs. Mostly because they are local to us. They will do just about anything custom too.

    ATV Signs Snowmobile Signs Campground Signs Parks and Rec Signs Scenic Signs

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    Around here, I just got my local sign shop (the shops that have the plotter to cut out vinyl letters) to make me up some.

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    Many land management agencies and local municipitalities have signage specifications that must be followed. I personally would check into this before shopping for signs.
    The suspension of your bike sucks if it's different than mine. Really. It sucks. Big time.

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