WHAT TO BRING
1. Sun screen
2. Sturdy work gloves that fit.
2. Bug spray
3. Long pants
4. Long sleeve dry wick shirt
5. Sturdy shoes
6. A hat
7. Drink plenty of water
9. A smile
10. Forget about not getting dirty
11. Change of clothes for afterwards.
We ask that you show up 15 minutes before the scheduled start time. Time is a non renewable resource so please be respectful.
If you forget water, we will have some on hand. Stay hydrated at all times. But we have found it much easier to utilize your water pack.
Check for ticks
Watch out for snakes of all kinds.
Be respectful and aware of wildlife nearby.
You will encounter riders sometimes, let them pass and wish them a good ride.
What you take in must come out. Please leave nothing behind.
Stay in groups or at least with one other person at all times.
Don't hesitate to ask before you do something to the trails. We want to have minimal impact, maximum fun.
Come out and do what you can. Don't push yourself too hard.
Watch out when you are pruning, using power tools, and other trail maintenance activity for possible ways to get injured and avoid them. If you do not feel safe doing something don't do it.
You are welcome to come and go on your own time. All that we ask is that the trail boss knows if you leave early
We are all volunteers and at the end of the day this is our passion. Have fun in the wilderness, and relish in the thought that you helped your fellow riders have trails they can enjoy. Encourage one another and work as a team. Invite others to come and join us. We will feed you after the work day is finished, but please feel free to bring some of your own grub as well. If you come out and realize that trail work is not for you, there are other ways you can help strengthen the community. Please contact us with any questions, comments, concerns, ideas. Let your voice be heard. But trail work is hard work, and we want our trail crews to feel appreciated. You can use your hours towards a variety of things.
Volunteer Rewards Program Coming Soon