We took the sage advice of our forbearers and made a point to become more regular. So, if you've ever had the desire to volunteer and give back to the community and you are a trail user, why not come out and do some trail work with us? If you can't join us in July, no biggie, come and join us in August. What's that you say? You're busy for the rest of the summer? No problem, … [Read more...] about Regular is Good!
What a day! Approximately 25 volunteers came out to help fix a couple of spots on El Prieto. It was great to see so many people come out and lend a helping hand with one of our most used and beloved trails. With so many volunteers, we were able to complete all of the lower part of El Prieto. We created necessary run-offs on parts of the trail... ...as well … [Read more...] about El Prieto Trail work
MWBA gathered a few volunteers to do some brush work on Lower Sunset just above the Millard Campground on October 27, 2013. Present were Matt Lay, David Zaitz, David Reading, Tara Orr, Mike Orr, Doron Weinstein, Jenny Johnson, Carly Vong and the elusive Ray Herrera. We were able to clear the entire trail of overhanging brush as well as branches that were potential head hunters. … [Read more...] about Back on the Trail Again
Our adopted trail received a mini-facelift early Sunday morning on Sept 23. A group of dedicated volunteers joined us at 7:00 am to improve and make safer a section of the trail just above the Sierra Saddle. A HUGE hearty thank you goes out to our sister organization, CORBA, specifically, Steve Messer, who incidentally, co-authored a fantastic guide to mountain biking in Los … [Read more...] about Sunrise, Sunset
MWBA's newly adopted trail, Sunset Ridge got some much needed attention on June 30. "It makes sense for MWBA to work on Sunset; it is in our backyard and most of us love to ride this trail, " said Doug Sullivan, President of MWBA. It couldn't have happened at a better time, Sunset was in dire need of maintenance. The overgrowth of poison oak, sagebrush, foxtail barley and … [Read more...] about Adopted Trail gets some love