Headed to Sedona Az on Nov. 14, 2009 with Rod for our fist IMBA Trail Building Class in the Sedona Red Rock District.
At the Bike & Bean for a cup of coffee.
The physical address is 8375 State Route 179, Sedona. The mailing address remains the same: P O Box 20429, Sedona, Arizona 86341. Our main phone number is 928-203-7500.
This Trail building School is hosted by the Verde Valley Cyclists Coalition and will include a day and a half of classroom and field instruction. This opportunity combines interactive learning, hands-on trail work and top-notch instructors to develop skilled trail workers and trail work leaders.
Topics covered include:
Sustainable trail design
Turns, drainage and bridges
Fostering volunteer clubs and partnerships
Effective Use of Signage
Moving a big boulder
The McLeod It was originally intended for raking fire lines with the teeth and for cutting branches and sod with the sharpened hoe edge. The McLeod is useful for removing slough and berm from a trail and tamping or compacting tread. It can also be used to shape a trail's backslope. $84.95
Chris and Leslie Kehmeier
Rock Bar (Pry Bar): For trail work a rockbar 4-foot in length and weighing 16 to 18 pounds with a beveled end is best. This is an essential tool for prying and levering large, heavy objects such as boulders, logs, and beams.
Red Agave Resort
120 Canyon Circle Drive Sedona, Arizona 86351
P 928.284.9327 P 877.284.9237 Fax 928.284.0832
Rama at Mountain Bike Heaven that was extremely cooperative, was invaluable source of information, and worked on advocacy way back when.
Absolute Bikes for supplying all the volunteers with lunch on Saturday.
Bike & Bean for morning coffee and have the BBQ afterwards at the Bean.
To Will Hill, Bob Tener and Rick Zabor for supplying the tools, gloves and hardhats, to all the trail builders
We also have to give thanks to:
The Friends of The Forest
US Forest Service
Red Rock Ranger District
Recreation Staff Officer
8375 SR 179 Sedona, Arizona 86351
P.O. 20429 Sedona, Arizona 86341
The Sedona Mountain Bike Community
A special thanks to the Trail Care Crew Leslie and Chris for their gentle leadership