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The San Diego Mountain Biking Association (SDMBA) is a nonprofit, volunteer driven organization representing the interests of off-road cyclists and other trail users in San Diego County. SDMBA's goal is to unite mountain bike riders, retailers and manufacturers to speak with a coordinated and responsible voice in dealing with other trail users, land managers and policy makers.

For each SDMBA Trail Work event you attend from November 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020, you will be entered to win an Arizona MTB trip for one from Escape Adventures. See all details HERE. (https://sdmba.com/19-20_trail_volunteer_incentiv.php)

We also like to get out to improve our trails and to ride......join us!

Join Here (https://www.memberleap.com/members/memberinfo/alt_entry1.php?org_id=SDMB)- $39 basic membership

Show your #traillove and DONATE HERE. (https://sdmba.com/donate.php)

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Public Meeting #1: City of Carlsbad Parks and Rec Master Plan Update

Let the City of Carlsbad know that you want more trails, more connectivity for mountain biking and bike park type amenities! City of CarlsbadParks and Recreation Workshops As the City of Carlsbad kicks off a process to update its parks & recreation department master plan, community members are invited to share their ideas at one of two upcoming workshops: Thursday, Feb. 20, 6 to 8 p.m. Alga Norte Community Park 6565 Alicante Road Carlsbad, CA 92009 Saturday, Feb. 22, 10 a.m. to noon Pine Avenue Community Center 3209 Harding Street Carlsbad, CA 92008 The city’s parks & recreation department master plan update is a blueprint that will guide priorities and investments in parks and recreation facilities and services for the next five years. The city’s previous parks and recreation master plan was completed in 2015. The update will cover: Assessment of current parks, facilities and recreational programs Demographic and industry trends Community needs and priorities Funding needs and revenue opportunities A five year action plan Other input opportunities For Reference - City of Carlsbad 2015 Parks and Rec Master Plan https://www.carlsbadca.gov/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=27585 In addition to the February workshops, the process will include online and mailed surveys, interviews with community members and other outreach. Key milestones in the parks & recreation master plan update process include: December - March Public input April - June Parks and Program Analysis, Needs Assessment and Prioritization July Draft updated master plan presented to City Council September Updated master plan presented to the City Council for adoption More information Mick Calarco, special projects manager, [masked],[masked]

Public Meeting #2: City of Carlsbad Parks and Rec Master Plan Update

Pine Ave. Community Center

Let the City of Carlsbad know that you want more trails, more connectivity for mountain biking and bike park type amenities! City of CarlsbadParks and Recreation Workshops As the City of Carlsbad kicks off a process to update its parks & recreation department master plan, community members are invited to share their ideas at one of two upcoming workshops: Thursday, Feb. 20, 6 to 8 p.m. Alga Norte Community Park 6565 Alicante Road Carlsbad, CA 92009 Saturday, Feb. 22, 10 a.m. to noon Pine Avenue Community Center 3209 Harding Street Carlsbad, CA 92008 The city’s parks & recreation department master plan update is a blueprint that will guide priorities and investments in parks and recreation facilities and services for the next five years. The city’s previous parks and recreation master plan was completed in 2015. The update will cover: Assessment of current parks, facilities and recreational programs Demographic and industry trends Community needs and priorities Funding needs and revenue opportunities A five year action plan Other input opportunities For Reference - City of Carlsbad 2015 Parks and Rec Master Plan https://www.carlsbadca.gov/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=27585 In addition to the February workshops, the process will include online and mailed surveys, interviews with community members and other outreach. Key milestones in the parks & recreation master plan update process include: December - March Public input April - June Parks and Program Analysis, Needs Assessment and Prioritization July Draft updated master plan presented to City Council September Updated master plan presented to the City Council for adoption More information Mick Calarco, special projects manager, [masked],[masked]

Trail Maintenance - Indian Creek at Champagne Pass

Pioneer Mail Picnic Site

Attention riders: We need your help!! We will be working on the Indian Creek Trail near and west of Champagne Pass. We will be riding to the trail work site. If you have a trailer that attaches to your mountain bike to haul tools, we would especially like you to come out and help!!! Think of the challenge and fun of traveling to a remote location! BRING YOUR MOUNTAIN BIKE AS WE WILL RIDE TO THE TRAIL WORK SITE. Meet at Pioneer Mail at 8:00 am, we'll then ride to the work location. Look for Brian Suzuki who will be driving a blue Toyota Matrix with SDMBA trailwork signs leaning against the car. All tools & training will be provided (after signing a waiver). We’ll work to 1:00 pm; afterward we’ll hand out some swag from Cal Coast Bicycles. Please bring your own food & water, eye protection is required, gloves, long sleeves & pants are highly recommended. Plan accordingly for flies. Children not advised for this event. Directions: Take Interstate 8 east to the Sunrise Highway (S1) exit; continue north, approximately 2 miles beyond Penny Pines trailhead. ====>>>>> A Forest Adventure Pass is required at Pioneer Mail MAP LINK: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Pioneer+Mail+Picnic+Site/@32.9243761,-116.4812019,16.5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x80d97e451c391833:0x6e3e924023505fd3!8m2!3d32.9244107!4d-116.4820558 Please notify event leader of any medical conditions. *This event subject to last minute postponement/cancellation due to winter weather. Check for updates here. Questions and R.S.V.P. to Brian Suzuki at [masked] R.S.V.P. closes 24 hours before start of event.

Public Meeting - San Marcos Bike Park

1 Civic Center Dr

Bradley Bike Park Public Meeting with the City of San Marcos This project involves designing and building a bike skills progression park, so what features do you think the City of San Marcos should include? Pump tracks, flow trails, progressive jump lines, skill zones, tot track? Please join us at this community workshop and bring your ideas and your friends! Presented by the San Marcos Parks and Recreation Dept, Friends of San Marcos Parks and Recreation and SDMBA. For more information please contact Andrea Gonzalez at [masked] or[masked] ext. 3602

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Trail Maintenance - Indian Creek at Champagne Pass

Pioneer Mail Picnic Site

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