Black Rock Gets Respect PDF Print E-mail
Written by Raleigh Henshaw   
Thursday, 04 November 2010 21:41

Black Rock has been awarded the honor of being included in IMBA's Epic Trail Program for the Pacific Northwest Region for 2010. This announcement comes as yet another form of recognition of the hard work and dedication of every volunteer.

 

Each year, International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) chooses one trail system that has "the biggest influence on riders, as well as land managers and decision makers"* in each region. Each trail is nominated by riders and selected by IMBA staff. Black Rock joins a prestigious list of trails from across the nation.

 

"There are a lot of things that make Black Rock a perfect nominee for the epic program along with the focus on progression, the incredible organization behind the project, the quality of trail building and design, the amazing amount of progress that's made each year and the precedent that you all have set through working with a public agency to create top shelf freeride and downhill mountain bike trails."*

 

We are all stoked on this amazing honor, and feel lucky to have such great support from all of the riders, builders, planners and everybody else with a love for the mountain. A special thanks goes to all of the trail managers and board members that make sure that our utopia continues to exist. This recognition belongs to everybody who has ever had a hand in supporting such a great project.

 

 

* remarks quoted from statements published by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) and its representatives.

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