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"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"

Help Give Back to the trail 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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Sandy Pride Day Saturday, May 19, 2012

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Brandon Project Map

Sandy Pride Day – Saturday, May 19, 2012 Lone Peak Stake BRANDON PROJECT MAP – (view map) 9:00 a.m. Start Time Sandy Pride is an excellent opportunity for service and getting all people involved who live within the stake boundaries.  These projects will make a difference in our community. High Council ward representatives should pass this […]

Sandy Trail Build Request – 5/20/12 + 6/2/12

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Proper Trail Building Design

There are plans to build a new trail in sandy on Saturday May 19th and continue work on Saturday June 2nd. (one or both days fine)  There will be a large number of inexperienced workers on each of those days and we could use as many experience people as possible to help lead them.  Harold […]