Mid October Trail Manager’s Report
As much as I love riding this time of year, with the cool air exploding into your lungs and the spectacular colors of the leaves blurring by your peripherals, it sadly also means the season is closely drawing to an end. This season was one to remember here at Kingdom Trails, and is this reason that I just don’t want to let it go! We had great weather give us unbelievable riding conditions throughout the summer, buffed up some of our old favorite trails, and built new trails that still bring a smile to face hours after riding them.
I’d like to thank all of you for coming out and riding our trails that we absolutely love to maintain and truly appreciate your dedication! This summer could not have been as successful as it was without the incredible hard work of my crews, and the collaborative work done with Knight Ide, Luke Thompson & Toby Cascade, Matt Lafferriere, and countless volunteers. Kingdom Trails had over 350 volunteer hours worth of work done on the trails this summer, this involvement was not overlooked or under appreciated and we cannot thank those individuals enough.
We’ve changed our gears over to prepping for the Nordic ski season and look forward to providing you all with well maintained classic and skate ski trails. So for now, get as many rides in as you can, because before we know it the snow will fall, the bikes will go into hibernation and we’ll be dreaming of that first spring day when we dust off the bike and take it out for the first ride of the season and the pain of not riding the trails all winter is a distant memory.
See you out on the trails!
CJ Scott, Trails Manager