Crothers’ Woods – 2012 Review

After three years of heavy use and minor upgrades, the City of Toronto was ready for a detailed assessment of the formal Crothers' Woods trails.  The purpose…


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Georgina ROC hosts the IMBA Canada Trail Care Crew

The IMBA Canada Trail Care Crew (TCC) visited Georgina ROC to celebrate the park’s opening day celebrations on Saturday June 9, 2012, as well as providing a…


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Hilton Falls protects rare species and coldwater creek in partnership with recreational groups

Read on to learn more about the protection of rare species and a coldwater stream at Hilton Falls Conservation Area. MEDIA RELEASEFor Immediate Release:…


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The importance of being organized

I read a lot of mountain bike magazines. In the June issue of Mountain Bike Rider (a UK publication) the editorial (pg 61) by Andy Waterman was about…


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Recognition for a Good Cause

This past Saturday saw a gathering of many of the players that have been involved in the re-development of the Bayview Bike Park. What started as an impromptu…


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OTC seeking Trail Education Development and Implementation Project Facilitator

The Ontario Trails Council (OTC) was recently awarded some money to develop a trail education program. The intent being to teach people out there in the field…


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Gulf Islands National Park

On the ferry ride over from the Mainland we heard on the radio that Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands were getting hit hard by a snowstorm. This is…


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Finding Flow in Sault Ste Marie

Flow (n).1) Smoothness or Continuityor2) The state at being one with If you're a mountain biker, chances are you have experienced flow. That rhythmic sensation…


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Kouchibouguac National Park

(Koo’-shi-boo-gwak’) Say it fast, no, really fast. Meaning “River of the Long Tides”, it took us a week of trying to tell others where we were going next to…


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