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The next Lander Cycling club meeting is Tuesday, Dec. 13th at the Summit- 7:15pm.  See you there!  Remember your dues.

Proposed Agenda:  

  • old business
  • bike friendly community update (five minutes)
  • report on trail building (five minutes)
  • report on 501 c3 (five minutes)
  • new business
  • club deveopment (one hour)

 

ling Club please contact Gannettpeak Sports at 307-332-2926.  If you have any information you’d like to see on the website, please email Shad Hamiton at mandyandshad@hotmail.com, and I’ll see what I can do. 

Congrats to the Lander MTBer’s that Completed the Dakota Five O’ Labor Day Weekend.  Awesome showing from Lander!…

Men’s 20-29
Place Bib # Name Elapsed Age Gender City
5 139 Mike Dicken 4:39:08 27 M Lander WY
Men’s 30-39
Place Bib # Name Elapsed Age Gender City
25 256 Shad Hamilton 4:35:08 36 M Lander WY
119 498 Ty Peterson 6:09:36 33 M Lander WY
Women’s 30-39
Place Bib # Name Elapsed Age Gender City
11 683 Stacy Wells 6:11:09 38 F Lander WY
12 514 Cecilie Prine 6:11:18 38 F Lander WY
13 451 Sophie Mosemann 6:30:12 36 F Lander WY
16 321 Lindy Johnson 6:58:16 32 F Lander WY
18 497 Megan Peterson 7:36:35 33 F Lander WY
Women’s 40-49
Place Bib # Name Elapsed Age Gender City
12 72 Kathy Brown 7:02:59 48 F Lander WY
Tandem Results
Place Bib # Name Elapsed Age Gender City
1 574 Chuck Schuster & Karla Wagner 5:34:58 42 M & W Lander WY
Attention MTBers:
 IMBA is sending their Trail Care Crew  to teach you how to build great trails.  They will be here Sept. 8th through the 11th.  The trail building session will be on Saturday the 10th. There is a free lunch and a free (for participants) BBQ
 Here is the schedual and a link to the IMBA wesite for more details http://www.imba.com/tcc
 
Sign up at Gannett Peak Sports!  Registration is limited to the next 30 individuals!
 
Lander International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA) Trail Care Crew (TCC) The crew weekend begins at noon on Thursday (September 8) and ends at noon Sunday (September 9). Thursday events are open to the public. Friday and Saturday events require pre-registration, with the exception of the Saturday Barbeque which is open to the public. Participants can register at Gannett Peak Sports. Registration is first come first serve; we will allow for a total of 40 individuals to attend Friday and Saturdays events. Check out the Events/ Races tab for more reasons to ride a bike.

THURSDAY

September 8, 2011

(Open, no enrollment necessary)

  • 12:00-1:00 Lunch with the crew and weekend hosts (optional)
  • 1:00-1:30 Drive To Johnny Behind The Rocks
  • 1:30-4:30 Ride with the crew so they can get a feel for the area to be worked on. 10 to 12 mile ride, Moderate difficulty.
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  • 4:30-5:00 Return to Lander
  • 5:30- 7:00 Better Living Through Trails (See Page 2 for more information) Lander Library

 

FRIDAY

September 9 2011

(Pre-registration Required)

  • 8:00-8:30 Drive to Johnny Behind the Rocks
  • 8:30- 3:00 Assess proposed trail project site and flag it. (Event Full, no more participants)
  • 3:00-3:30 Return to Lander
  • 5:00- 7:00 Club Care: See page 2 for more information

 

SATURDAY: IMBA TRAIL BUILDING SCHOOL

September 10, 2011

(Pre-registration Required)

  • 9:00-12:00 Trail building classroom instruction *Required, for all trail builders. (Elemental Training Center)
  • 12:00-1:00 Break for Lunch (noon – 1 p.m.)
  • 1:00-1:30 Drive to Johnny Behind the Rocks
  • 1:30- 4:30 Build trail in the afternoon
  • 4:30-5:00 Return to Lander.
  • 6:30-?? Barbeque at City Park Lions Shelter

Open even, no registration required. Free to club members and TCC Participants. $5/person for general public.

SUNDAY

September 11, 2011

(Open, no enrollment necessary)

  • 9:00-12:00 Ride in the morning (Catalyst Trail USFS). 4-6 mile ride, includes extremely steep downhill section but is walkable
  • 12:00-?? Optional social lunch.

 

Better Living Through Trails

The power of mountain biking to improve your community

September 8, 2011

5:00-7:00 pm

Lander Library

Overview: This presentation explores the positive relationships between communities and their trail systems. Trails as community assets can improve quality of life and livability in a community for both the biking and non-biking members, and can attract significant tourism dollars in addition in increasing overall quality of life. With statistics and case studies, participants will learn how to turn a quality community trail system into a destination trail system, and learn how to effectively market a trail system. This presentation is a great way to show the community that a club is concerned with the health of the local citizens, the health of local green spaces and the health of the local economy.

Key topics: The economic, health and wellness benefits that trails and mountain biking bring to an area; the value of singletrack trails; economics of singletrack trails; building community trails; creating destination trails; case studies.

Target audience: Public board members; elected officials (especially the mayor and city council); tourism bureau; chamber of commerce; media; school districts; health care professionals; local. state and federal land managers; mayoral office; state and federal representatives, local trail user groups, local outdoor recreation groups.

Club Care

Food provided at a cost of $5/person

September 9, 2011

5:00-7:00 pm

Upstairs Patio of the Lander Bar

Overview: A key element of building sustainable trails is ensuring that there will be a community committed to the trails’ existence. The Club Care Presentation is designed to teach advocates and volunteers how to effectively organize in order to accomplish club goals. Based on the Crews’ experience teaching hundreds of volunteer groups how build better trails through grassroots organization and advocacy, they will share techniques that advocacy organizations across the country have used to reach goals, overcome challenges, improve land access and grow the mountain bike community. This presentation helps effective clubs learn what they could be doing even better (such as growing leadership base), as well as teaches developing clubs how to structure their organization, motivate existing members and attract new volunteers and members.

Key topics: Building a community around a common goal, goal setting, increasing community participation in your club, cultivating new leadership, communications basics, events planning and marketing, tips and tricks for creating a strong and effective non-profit organization.

Target audience: Active club members, board members, committee members, general members of the public interested in becoming club leaders.

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