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Trailwork in Marin: Tamarancho and China Camp. Long and lots of details but keep reading - especially YOU PIMPBOT!

It took volunteer bicyclists over 6 years, to build the 8 mile Tamarancho Bike Loop. It has been recognized as one of the best places to ride in the country (Bike Magazine, Top 15 Places to Ride). Now you can help maintain Tamarancho as a great local singletrack loop.

Riders who frequent the camp in the winter know there is always some maintenance to do when the rains arrive. Last year, the trail work was very successful, in making Broken Dam trail almost "winter proof".

This season, the work will include, the cleaning out of drainage dips, and re-armouring soft spots on some of the other trails in the camp.

Bring boots, and work gloves. We will provide tools, training, snacks and drinks. Ride your bike, or drive to the Ranger station in the center of camp (top of Iron Springs Road). TRAILWORK STARTS AT 10AM PROMPTLY.

Trailwork Dates at Tamarancho:

Sat Dec 10, 2005
Sat Jan 7, 2006
Sat Jan 21, 2006
Sat Feb 4, 2006
Sat Feb 18, 2006
Put them on your calendar now.

For more information contact: Jim Jacobsen, president of BTCM, at [email protected] or 415.488.1443



China Camp State Park is the only, free, bike legal singletrack loop, in Marin. Show your support by attending the REI Volunteer Service Project on Saturday Dec. 10, from 8:30am to 1:30pm.

Please bring work boots, and gloves. All tools will be provided. No experience is required.

The project will be a reconstruction of a section of the Shoreline Trail, probably the most heavily used bike legal singletrack in the county.

Meet at the China Camp Ranger station, 7 miles east of Highway 101, on North San Pedro Rd. For more info contact the "outreach specialist" at REI in Corte Madera
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Dan'ger said:
especially YOU PIMPBOT!

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