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Who wants a new, kick ass, legal trail in Soquel Demonstration Forest THIS YEAR!?

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  1. squashyo

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    We have retained official approval, broken ground, flagged the route, and already built up one section...it's awesome! Sure could use some help digging though. This 'Flow' trail will cater to almost every rider and will be 4 miles long!

    Get your Flow Trail on! Time to register to volunteer!!!!! Sat 2/22 and Sat/Sun 3/8-9
    MBoSC is excited to announce the first two official Flow Trail at Demo VOLUNTEER TRAILWORK EVENTS! Come on out and lend a hand!

    Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FKdAdKn5o4BjBUHbbvvdz5_-GTjXHMO4UDXtnY3FQqU/viewform or email demo@mbosc.org for details. You must pre-register...we have all the tools and trail leaders to guide you on building, layout, etc.

    Saturday 2/22
    Our first official volunteer workday is sponsored by the Stewards of Soquel Forest, the non-profit organization founded in 2000 that helped put Braille Trail on the map. Participation is limited to 50 volunteers, so get your RSVP in fast!

    Saturday & Sunday March 8-9
    Our first camping work weekend has a volunteer limit of 100, so sign up your group now! We are seeking a sponsor for this weekend to host our volunteers. If your company is interested in supporting the Flow Trail and hosting this event, contact demo@mbosc.org for information.

    We meet at the top of Hihn’s Mill Road at 29500 Highland Way, Los Gatos, CA 95033 at 9:00am and work until 3:00pm on Saturdays, and until 1:30pm on Sundays. Additional information can be found at the registration link above, or if your questions are not answered there, contact demo@mbosc.org.

    Gratitude for Our Supporters
    The Flow Trail at Demo project is generously supported by donations from those in our community who believe in our work and want to be a part of this highly anticipated endeavor.

    Many thanks to Ibis Cycles for their fundraising through the Ripley Own the Flow raffle, and to Jeff Rothschild for his targeted donation. These key donors helped get our project off the ground!

    Thank you, also, to the following for their support: FOX, Shimano, and Easton for the build on the Ibis Ripley, and to Trail Head Cyclery and X-Fusion for our movie night fundraiser.

    Local bicycle industry sponsors are also lining up to adopt segments of the Flow Trail and we have commitments for four of the six segments. Bontrager, Epicenter Cycling, Trailhead Cyclery, and Ibis Cycles will soon see their sponsorship signage adorning this fabulous strip of dirt.

    We need sponsors to host our workdays. If you would like to help feed, hydrate, entertain, and recruit volunteers please contact demo@mbosc.org.

    Thanks all and truly hope we see you out there!
     

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