Trail Flow is a roundup of all the mountain bike trail related news of the week including new trail builds, advocacy, and planning. Do you have trail news? Email [email protected] for possible inclusion.
11 miles of trail open in Trinidad, Colorado
Mountain bike trails are officially open for business in Trinidad, Colorado, a town in the southern part of the state that is investing heavily in outdoor recreation. The trails opened in Fishers Peak, a new state park which itself opened two years ago.
Digging began in January, led by Colorado-based company Singletrack Trails. They have been funded by $3 million in economic stimulus funds appropriated by the Colorado General Assembly and signed by Governor Jared Polis.
The trails include a mix of hike-only, multi-use, and bike-only downhill trails.
9 miles of singletrack coming to Gladstone, Michigan
The Days River trail in Gladstone, Michigan is using $350,000 in federal funding to expand the network with 9 miles of fresh singletrack by 2024. Construction of the advanced-level trails is scheduled to begin soon.
Monday Lick Trail System receives $1.5M grant
The Monday Lick Trail System project was granted $1.5M in funding from the Appalachian Regional Commission POWER initiative. Construction is set to begin next year on the 27-mile trail system in the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia.
Pisgah Project fundraiser
Cane Creek has teamed up with Industry Nine, Thomson, and YT to raise funds for the Pisgah Conservancy by raffling off a custom YT Jeffsey. Tickets are $25 each and the drawing will be held on December 15. Get more info and buy tickets here.