MidWeekMTB Donates Over $4,742 dollars to 3 non-profit trail and land steward organizations in 2017.
"Give your trails some heart and they will fill your soul"
This page is dedicated to helping give back to the trails we all use and love. We encourage every racer to help out by: volunteering, donating or just plain spreading the word. Without our non-profit organizations and the amazing volunteers that support Utah's trail systems we would not have the unbelievable riding that we all indulge in. So sack-up (a lunch that is) and jump out with a crew for a couple hours, you've got to do it at least once, you'd be amazed how fun it is to buff-out your favorite banked turn, remove that root that caused your latest pinch flat or trim that cheek-slapping branch. Also visit cornercanyontrails.com for Corner Canyon opportunities.
Need a motivator? Watch this inspirational video: "In Good Company - About how Mountain Biking Forged a Community"
|The MidWeekMTB -race series- are huge advocates of giving back, and at the conclusion of the 2014 race season we donated $1,678 to 3 trail organizations: Mountain Trails, Cottonwood Canyons Foundation & Wasatch Trails Alliance.|
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Stories & Post Involving Trail Work & Support
MidWeekMTB -race series- in collaboration with several of its venue partners donate over $4,000 to Utah trail organizations
Brian Smyer shot this sick shot of Leslie Zimmerman at the last Solitude race…. and results from race 8 are live.
Race 7 at Snowbird was a lung & leg burner, but a quick burn at just under 9 miles. Match the burn with 70º temps and it’s easy to say it was a great evening to race bikes. Big thanks to Mark Miller Subaru for bringing out the BBQ setup, next time they’ll be BBQ’n […]
RoundVeloDrome vr3.0 kept everybody spinning their bigger rings. Next up, Snowbird on July 6th
Our last Round Valley Rally of the 2016 season – Then we’re up in the higher alt resort zones.
Hope ya’ll enjoy the shorty at Deer Valley Resort. Granted the climb didn’t feel short by any means.
With one of the longer days of the year upon us and one of the more gnar courses coming up next (upper Deer Valley’s Silver Lake) we thought we’d keep the distance up.