Ep 3 – Second Chances: How Trail Associations Can Reduce Barriers for Adaptive MTBs

Today I spoke with Tara Llanes of Tara Llanes Industries, about Adaptive Mountain Biking (aMTB) and just what Builders, Land Managers and Trail Associations can do to ensure trails are barrier free for all riders. If you’d like to see just what an aMTB is, check out the YouTube video located at the bottom of this page and Tara’s website as well.

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Ep 2 – Getting Social: How a Trail Association Can Optimize Their Online Presence

Social Media is a key resource for any organization or business, yet for a Trail Association it’s often an under-utilized asset. My guest is Christine Tetrault from the North Shore Mountain Bike Association (NSMBA) in Vancouver, British Columbia. Christine works as the Administrator for the NSMBA and she shared some of her insight on how Trail Stewards can harness the power of Social Media.

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Ep 1 – What’s Involved?: Exploring the In’s and Out’s of Mountain Bike Advocacy

Episode 1 of the Front Lines Podcast explores the many roles and responsibilities of a Trail Association’s Board of Directors. My guest is Jay Darby, President of the Mountain Bikers of the Central Okanagan (MTBco) out in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. We discuss ‘board burnout’ and increasing a communities ‘buy in’ (Jay’s words).

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