Thank you to those who have supported the Trail Adoption Plan Program!
Thank you to those who have supported the Trail Adoption Plan over its past 7 years! With 29 adopters working on 28 trails in 2017, our efforts to restore the Shore continue in full force. We collectively held over 100 TAP trail days and approximately 5,000 hours of labor last year. Since its inception in 2011, the program has contributed over 15,000 hours of labor to the trails while remaining focused on sustainable solutions.
Our 2017 Trail Adoption Plan members were:
Thanks to each and every company for their hard work on the trails and their contribution to our community!
The NSMBA is pleased to announce our TAP adopters for 2016.
The efforts of each adopter are led by a trained, professional NSMBA Lead Builder. Each adopter will hold up to 6 trail days this calendar year to implement improvements that have been approved by the appropriate Land Manager. The TAP Program contributes as much as 5000 hours in volunteer labour annually since inception in 2011.
The goal is to improve the trails and seek sustainable solutions through preventative maintenance and other projects. Consideration for the environment and minimizing our impact are integral in our approach.
For those who are about to dig, we salute you!
Please support those who support the trails.
To become a Trail Adopter or to learn more, email us at email@example.com
With 32 Adopters working on 28 trails in 2014, our efforts to restore the Shore continues in full force.
We will collectively hold over 100 trail days this year.
In total, TAP contributes approximately 5 000+ hours of labour each year. Since inception in 2011, the Trail Adoption Plan has contributed over 15 000 hours of labour to the trails focussed on sustainable solutions.
Support those who support the Shore!
The NSMBA wishes to thank our Adopters for their support & hard work, the Builders for their leadership and for each of you who will join us on a trail day.
For those about to dig, we thank you…
Support those who support the Shore.
|Boogieman||BMO Bank of Montreal||Dan Lui||DNV|
|Boogieman||Steed Cycles & Devinci||Earl Allen||DNV|
|Empress & the Bypass||Different Bikes & NS Ride||Brent Hillier||DNV/BC Parks|
|Expresso||nsmb.com & RockShox||Jerry Willows||DNV|
|King of the Shore||Lynn Valley Bikes||Sean Gerke||DNV|
|Crinkum Crankum & Kirkford||Queens Cross Pub||Peter Morin||DNV/GVRD|
|Lower Griffen||Rocky Mountain Bicycles||Matt Preston & Mark Wood||DNV|
|Ladies Only||Obsession Bikes||Digger||DNV|
|Lower Oilcan||Dizzy Cycles||Pete O’Loughlin||DNV|
|Circuit 8||BC Bike Race & Adera||Matt Preston & Mathew Bond||Metro|
|Pingu||Dunbar Cycles||Mark Wood||DNV|
|Bobsled & Floppy Bunny||North Shore Bike Shop||Pat Podolski||DNV|
|Richard Juryn Trail||Norco John Henry Bikes||Jaclyn Delacroix||DNV/Metro|
|Team Pangor||Ryders Eyewear &Muddbunnies Riding Club (BC)||Sven Luebke||DNV|
|CBC||Okanagan Spring Brewery||Metro|
|Grannies||Joystick Bicycle Components||Digger||DNV|
* Land Managers
TAP – 66 trail days on 19 trails – thanks to all of our Trail Adopters & TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
Lower Griffen Ascending Route – thanks to Rocky Mountain Bicycles
2012 – Restore the Shore continues…
2012 Trail Adopers
|Trail||Trail Adopter||Trail Builder||Land Manager|
|Boogieman||Steed/Giant Bicycles||Sean Gerke||DNV|
|Empress & the Bypass||Different Bikes & NS Ride||Daniel Lui & Darryl Marlatt||DNV/BC Parks|
|Executioner||BMO Bank of Montreal||Chris Barker||DNV|
|Expresso||MEC & nsmb.com & Rock Shox||Todd Fiander & Jerry Willows||DNV|
|Crinkum Crankum & Kirkford||Deloitte||Peter Morin||DNV|
|Lower Griffen||Rocky Mountain Bicycles||Matt Preston||DNV|
|Lower Oilcan||Dizzy Cycles||Seb Kemp & Peter O'Loughlin||DNV|
|Circuit 8||BC Bike Race & Adera||Matt Preston||Metro|
|Pingu||Dunbar Cycles||Mark Wood||DNV|
|Bobsled & Floppy Bunny||North Shore Bike Shop||Liam Mulally & Pat Podolski||DNV|
|Richard Juryn Trail||John Henry Bikes||Earl Allen||Metro|
|Team Pangor||Ryders Eyewear & MuddBunnies Riding Club (BC)||Sven Luebke||DNV|
|Upper Griffen||Endless Biking||Mark Wood||DNV|
|CBC||Cove Bikes & Okanagan Springs||Stuart Kerr||Metro|
|Grannies||Joystick Bicycle Components||Chris Glew||DNV|
The year it all began
TAP 2011 – First Year!
Many of the trails on the North Shore were built over a decade ago. Our wet winters and high number of trail users have taken their toll. We are embarking on a revitalization plan to improve the current state of the trails. New, sustainable lines will replace unsustainable sections, decaying structures will be replaced or removed, and erosion undone.
Many positive projects are in the imminent future to return the Shore to its legendary status. Starting with the Trail Adoption Plan.
As Stewards of the Trails, it’s up to all of us.
We invite you to join us by playing a key role in this era of renewal. The Trail Adoption Plan partners your organization with an NSMBA Trail Maintainer to revitalize an adopted trail.
Recap of TAP in 2011
|Boogieman||Sean Gerke||District of North Vancouver|
|Bottletop andRidge Runner||Daniel Lui and Daryl Marlatt||Metro Vancouver|
|Circuit 8||Matt Preston||Metro Vancouver|
|Corkscrew||Mark Wood||Metro Vancouver|
|Dale’s Trail||NSMB.com||Todd “Digger” Fiander & Jerry Willows||Metro Vancouver|
|TNT||Tyler Wilkes & Chris Barker||Metro Vancouver|
|Team Pangor||Sven Luebke and Chris Barker||District of North Vancouver|