Tag: bike park

California Enduro Series Raises Funds for MTB Projects in Truckee and Ashland

California Enduro Series (CES) raised $14,000 with two Specialized mountain bike raffles held over the 2019 season. The popular enduro race series was proud to donate $3,500 of this to the Truckee Bike Park in Truckee, CA — home of the Northstar Enduro presented by Northstar California Resort — and another $3,500 to Rogue Valley Mountain Bike Association (RVMBA) based in southern Oregon — home of the Ashland Mountain Challenge presented by Ashland Mountain Adventures — with the remainder benefiting the series which is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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New Bike Park in Development in Penn Valley

Western Gateway Recreation and Park District and the Bicyclists of Nevada County (BONC) are collaborating to develop a portion of Penn Valley’s existing Western Gateway Park into a bike park facility that will enhance the area’s bike culture and create a community riding facility for all ages and abilities.

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The @ca_enduro Round 2 recap is now up on our website (🔗 in bio). The Georgetown Enduro was put on by @mtbexp and @californiaexpeditions , and dished out quite the wild course for its intrepid racers!

📸: Georgetown Enduro pro champ @jakekellr by @bixxel.media.

#georgetownenduro #californiaenduroseries #californiaenduroseries #enduro #eduro @iamspecialized @iamspecialized_mtb
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Lupine motherlode in the Eastern Sierra. Just ... WOW 🤯 ⁠

📸: @mikemcdermottphoto⁠

@visitbishop #lupine #superbloom #bishop #lonepine #inyonationalforest #easternsierra
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There's big water flowing all over California, including the Kern. Be safe out there! 🌊⁠

This is a good time to brush up on wilderness first aid and outdoor safety training — @survivalmedonline is offering 20% off all Survival Med courses. Use the code SPIRIT at checkout. ⛑️⁠

📸 Anthea Raymond
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Have you ever thought of hiking the PCT? 🥾⁠

Our latest issue has the first of five stories in a series by Matt Johanson who has been sectioning the PCT for the past twenty plus years. ⁠

Matt recently took a one-year leave from teaching at Castro Valley High School to complete the remaining 2,250 miles.⁠

Lucky for Matt, his wife Karen has encouraged him to live his dream and has been providing support along the way. ⁠

📸 Matt is pictured here with his wife Karen, and their two dogs Sam and Elliot. ⁠

You can read his story "Sierra Splendor" via the link in our bio (🔗💕).⁠

OR better yet, pick up our latest issue at your favorite outdoor shop or become a member to have ASJ delivered 🗞️ to your home. 🏡
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