News & Events
September 9, 2016 – Bike Patrol Social
Join us for an evening social event at Russ von Koch’s home in Moab at 6:30 PM on September 9. Russ’s address is 1757 South Highland Drive, Moab. Burgers, a veggie, and salad provided. Please bring a snack or desert item and your beverage of choice. Bring a suit and towel if you would like to swim. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend. Contact Russ at the same email address if you have a question.
September 10, 2016 -- Training for New Members
The Moab Bike Patrol will conduct a training session for prospective patrollers on Saturday, September 10, 2016. The session will include presentations by agency staff and patrollers and include both information sessions and practice scenarios. Please RSVP if you plan to attend or can help. The session will be held from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the EMS training facility at the old senior center at the top of 400 North Street in Moab. For more information contact: email@example.com
Bike Patrol Partners with TrailMix
TrailMix Chair, Sandy Freethey, has added an update on the Moab Bike Patrol as a standing monthly agenda item. In our new partnership, patrollers are submitting detailed descriptions of trail maintenance needs observed while patrolling so that the TrailMix crew can correct the observed deficiencies observed. The partnership is expected to help keep Moab’s extensive trail system in great condition.
TrailMix plans, builds, and maintains non-motorized trails for mountain biking, hiking, Nordic skiing, climbing access, and equestrian use. For more information see: http://www.grandcountyutah.net/223/Trail-Mix-Committee
Grand County Provides Space for New Patrol Hut
As of May 23rd, we again have a new patrol hut! On May 10th, TrailMix chair Sandy Freethey agreed to let the Bike Patrol share half of the storage shed assigned to TrailMix by Grand County. Thanks to Marvin Day, Grand County’s facility manager, for supporting our effort to find a new location for the patrol hut and to TrailMix’s Trail Coordinator, Scott Escott, for helping us move into the new facility.
Equipment at the hut includes first aid kits and supplies, a bike work stand, a major bike repair kit, several smaller tool kits, a floor type tire pump, and two large patrol fanny packs. Also available are trail maps, guidebooks, first aid incident report forms, and patrol logs. The hut is located near the SE corner of 100 North and 100 East.There is a driveway entrance to a parking lo. The hut is in the SE corner of the lot. (above)
For the latest news from the International Mountain Bike Association, please go to: https://www.imba.com
See the official Moab calendar of events at: http://www.moabhappenings.com/events%20year.htm