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  1. Austin Ridge Riders Trail Work at Walnut Creek Metro Park MEET AT LINCOLNSHIRE entrance not Main Pool Lot 12016 Lincolnshire Dr. Austin TX 78758 We will be working on the "Mark's Art" trail --Cullen, ARR Walnut Creek Trail Steward. Bring water (hydration pack or bottle). Bring work gloves if you have them. ARR will be providing tools. The Austin Ridge Riders is YOUR local not-for-profit Mountain Bike Club. ARR builds and maintains the trails we all enjoy. The vision for Walnut trail work is a combination of routine maintenance stuff (lopping face slappers, fixing erosion/drainage issues, etc.) as well as ADDING FLOW & FUN (berms, rollers, log features) while continuing to recognize the trails' multi-use status (hikers, runners, dogs, etc.). If you are not yet a member of ARR, SIGN UP TODAY on http://www.austinridgeriders.com Also, please click here to fill out an online waiver: https://fs27.formsite.com/eINPMl/0xpgcz4ejt/index.html To get credit for Texas Mountain Bike Racing (TMBRA) Pay Dirt, you need to download and fill out the form, and we can sign it for the hours completed. http://www.tmbra.org
  2. https://m.facebook.com/events/1038051090269300?acontext=%7B%22action_history%22%3A%22%5B%7B%5C%22surface%5C%22%3A%5C%22page%5C%22%2C%5C%22mechanism%5C%22%3A%5C%22main_list%5C%22%2C%5C%22extra_data%5C%22%3A%5B%5D%7D%5D%22%7D&aref=0&paipv=1&av=151239450237&eav=AfYZK5cbOFIshk2Yvh7R6meQ7kvIc_3uP9drj_JDM08bFeCF3FeYAroQJJCVVPSBjOQ&ref=page_internal
  3. A lot of people don’t do this, but it makes a big difference: Move your brake levers inwards for better index-finger-only braking. https://enduro-mtb.com/en/how-to-set-up-your-brake-levers-perfectly/ Especially for manuals, bunnyhops, and jumping, but even just for regular riding, you want to be able to pull up, while keeping your index finger resting on the lever.
  4. ok, thanks Antonio!! . I did used to post trail work in the Trail Work section of this page but did not get any responses or turnout if I remember correctly. https://austinmountainbiking.com/index.php?/forum/20-trail-work/
  5. Agree, Woody. I went with 60mm rise bars.
  6. On behalf of ARR, I participated in several public meetings and had private meetings with PARD and their contractor regarding a pump track/skills park at Sheffield Northwest District Park: https://www.facebook.com/AustinRidgeRiders/posts/10159409075345238
  7. Was at 9th Street this morning working on their pump track. https://www.facebook.com/groups/134585416571747/posts/4718106974886212/
  8. I've also been meeting with City of Cedar Park and KOM Trails LLC about a re-build of Milburn.
  9. I posted about the main man behind this pump track here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/austinmountainbiking/posts/1791857637689735/ I've known him since college, and I went out there to help out a bit and consult on behalf of Austin Ridge Riders (and just personally).
  10. Yeah, Tony, so I don't frequent this page that much, but that doesn't mean "no social media presence whatsoever." Check out Walnut Creek Mountain Biking Facebook Group, for example. I'm the ARR Trail Steward for WC and I post all work days, photos from all work days, etc. We post all work days on Meetup.com and Facebook. As far as the Travis County, Reimers Ranch Flow Trail news, I declined to do a massive PR announcement because the obvious question is when is going to break ground, and we have no idea when that will be, because it's in the County's hands, not ours, although we're working with them on it. Yet, I still have been mentioning it online: https://www.facebook.com/nandocabanmendez/posts/10163158430215444?comment_id=10165615766840444 https://www.facebook.com/groups/austinmountainbiking/posts/1707939072748259/?comment_id=1707939656081534&reply_comment_id=1707965382745628 https://www.facebook.com/groups/austinmountainbiking/?multi_permalinks=1794864757389023&comment_id=1797344143807751&notif_id=1633876983471186&notif_t=feedback_reaction_generic&ref=notif
  11. Just an update: on behalf of Austin Ridge Riders, I worked with a Travis County grants writer to apply for a State grant to finish out the flow trail system at Reimer’s (four downhill trails and one return). We won the $200K grant! (There is not a specific date though to get started planning and building).
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