Join us on the weekend of May 15, 16, 17 for our Fully Catered
Annual Spring Ride at Potter Valley, CA
This ride is open to non-members as well as members so invite your riding buddy to come along as well.
Click here for your Spring Ride 2015 registration packet (pdf)
Registration Deadline May 8th – No onsite registration – Limit 150
Arrive After 12 noon till—BBQ Dinner 6 to 8pm, Entertainment & Raffle Ticket sales and Silent Auction Review
Breakfast 8 to 9 am
Guided Ride 10 am with Lunch on Trail
Dinner 6 pm – Dance 7:30 to 11:30 pm Silent Auction
Breakfast 8:30 am
Ride 10 am, Lunch, Break Camp After Lunch
Cost per Person full weekend $145.00
16 and Under full weekend $ 65.00
Volunteers play an important role in National Forest trail maintenance, and will play an even more important role in the future. Photo courtesy wilderness.net
As discussed during BCHA’s recent calls with state presidents and officers, representatives Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) and Tim Walz (D-MN) reintroduced our “Forest Trails” bill last month in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The bill is titled H.R. 845, the National Forest System Trails Stewardship Act. Information on the bill can be found at the BCHA website: http://www.bcha.org/blog/
BCHA and its partners worked over 3 years to get to this point. We are very supportive of the bill. I hope you are willing to demonstrate support for the bill with your letters to these members of Congress.
The Sonoma County Trails Council is working with Sonoma County Regional Parks to help build new trails at Taylor Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve.
We will have two work days in September.
We’ll work from 9am to 1pm on
Wednesday, September 3
Saturday, September 27 – National Public Lands Day
which will be extra special with a drawing for a new Trek mt. bike at
the end of our work day.
You can become eligible to win it by sponsoring Trails for Taylor –
Wear sturdy shoes or boots, a long sleeve shirt and pants and sunscreen.
Bring a hat, gloves and water. We will have Clif bars, tools and
Meet us at 9am at what will soon be the new Taylor Mountain Petaluma Hill Road trailhead and parking area, south of Yolanda Avenue (just past the Wheeler-Zamaroni Quarry).
Be careful turning into the parking area, there is a small unmarked
driveway and ranch gate that will be marked with two orange cones.
In order to make sure we have enough tools and beverages please reply to email@example.com if you plan to attend.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.
Ken Wells, Executive Director
Sonoma County Trails Council