Cyclists and Nature Lovers Celebrate Trails and Conservation
By Vicky Sama
It was a great day for mountain biking in Humboldt County. The Bureau of Land Management, International Mountain Bicycling Association, California Conservation Corps, Bigfoot Bicycle Club, HSU Cycling Club and dozens of volunteers, friends and family came to Shelter Cove, Calif. on Sept., 11, 2010, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the creation of the King Range National Conservation Area. Volunteers finished a new trail in the Tolkan Campgound Pumptrack, which is part of the popular Paradise Royale Trail. They worked from 10 o’clock in the morning until three and then rode the trail like rock stars.
Thanks to Jason Barnes Photography for permission to use these photos from the trail work and ride.