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National Trail Day – Saturday June 7th – 9am to 2 pm

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If you can only make one trail day this year, please come to this one. CTR gets an incredible amount of complements and good will for working on non-motorized trails on National Trail Day. Last year, the CTR contingent had by far the largest participation of any organized group!

Meet along Old Munds Highway, just off of Highway 89 across from Jackson’s Grill. FREE Lunch/beverages, and entertainment. Please wear sturdy footwear, long pants, and bring gloves. Tools and protective gear will be provided.

We are planning on riding the nearby Airport Loop in the afternoon.

For more information:
call Keith Greenwalt @ 928/853-7093 or


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Welcome to the new Coconino Trail Riders website. Thanks to John (st500) for all his great work in setting this up. Hopefully this new format will allow us to edit the site without screwing everything up.

The only thing that isn’t live to date is the web sign-up/renewal. This is my fault, as I haven’t found the time to get us a commercial PayPal account. Hopefully this should be fixed by the end of the week.

Finally – thanks to all CTR members, and to all of you who visit this web page, and are interested in CTR!

CTR Club Meetings

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Note: Meetings are normally on the third Wednesday of the month at 6:00 pm. We alternate between Flagstaff Motorsports and Northland Motorsports. Right now Flagstaff Motorsports has the odd-numbered months.

2008 Dues are Due!!

Upcoming Events

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Saturday, May 3, 2008 at 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

I.M.B.A. Trail Building Seminar

at Peaks Ranger District offices on North Hwy 89 (opposite the Mall). Morning is classroom instruction, Afternoon is field work.

Coffee provided courtesy of Late for the Train; Lunch provided courtesy of Biff’s Bagels.

We encourage all CTR members to attend. Good trail builders and Crew leaders are going to be invaluable to the Forest Service in the coming years. CTR’s trail work has given us great credibility with the Forest Service in the past – we plan to continue this in the upcoming years.

edit: it’s Biffs Bagels. Sorry for the typo. Thank you Biffs!