On Saturday, June 13th, we will be hitting the loop trail in the East Kaysville Wilderness Park with rakes, shovels, and hand tools to clean it up. All the rain and use put a beating on the trails, and we’d like to keep them usable! Volunteers are more than welcome! We will be there at 7AM and going as long as needed! A lot of money was put in to developing these trails, let’s return the favor to Kaysville City! If you have rock rakes and/or shovels, we could always use them! Bring some good working shoes, working gloves, and some water! The more people we get, the faster it gets done. Go community!
The story… The new Wasatch Bike Park is loads of fun, but for some, it’s too long of a drive and it’s pricy! There’s been lot’s of talk about how we need something like that up north around the Ogden area…well here’s the opportunity! Let’s not let this chance slip through our fingers. The old BMX bike park has been there for about ten years, but it has reached a point of unrepair. Out of fear of liability situations that may happen, the city has ordered it to be leveled or else professionally rebuilt. The city obviously wants it to stay for entertainment and fun for every level rider, or else they wouldn’t have offered to match any amount of funding that the community raises to get Alpine Trails to build a solid and legit pump track. So, here’s the goal… If the community raises $3,000 of donations, the city …