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  • Michael Owens
    commented 2019-10-17 13:16:10 -0600
    New member questions:

    How often does the Board meet?

    Are Board meeting open to all members?

    How are members notified of Board meetings?

    When and where are Board meetings held?

    When and where is the next Board meeting?

    Thanks,

    Michael “Mick” Owens
  • Stephen Gangi
    commented 2019-09-24 06:18:09 -0600
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  • Bill Sweet
    commented 2019-09-09 08:56:54 -0600
    Had an interesting conversation with Ed Greef while biking the trail(Victor Park) last Saturday. He mentioned that there is no funding to repair the cracks in the trail between Stevi and Lolo. Bob’s initiative to get the trail money donation checkoff started has paid some dividends, but with so many miles to maintain in the state, we still more money to repair our section. Any ideas about what to do about this problem section(Stevi-Lolo)?
  • Jamie Beierle
    commented 2019-07-18 11:56:53 -0600
    I bike the trail from lolo to Missoula and love the fast stretch from the Peak to Miller creek . My problem is crossing highway 93 safely. It always seems that even though I am in the cross walk the cars turning left off of blue mt onto hwy 93 or the cars turning right off hwy 93 into blue MT don’t see me. I am dressed appropriately. This is not a safe intersection to cross out. Is there anyway to cross safer? Is a safer way currently being considered? Is there a way I can get involved to help make this intersection safer for cyclists.
  • Jamie Beierle
    commented 2019-07-18 11:50:24 -0600
    I bike the trail from lolo to Missoula and love the fast stretch from the Peak to Mullan. My problem is crossing highway 93 safely. It always seems that even though I am in the cross walk the cars turning left off of blue mt onto hey 93 or the cars turning rights off hwy 93 into blue MT don’t see me. I am dressed appropriately. This is not a safe intersection to cross out. Is there anyway to cross safer? Is a safer way currently being considered? Is there a way I can get involved to help make this intersection safer for cyclists.
  • Alan Dohmen
    commented 2019-05-06 17:26:00 -0600
    Last Sat I rode the trail from Lolo to Stevi. The trail was swept nicely down to the Larry Creek Loop rd jct north of Bass Creek. At that point on south to Stevi it still had all the heavy winter grit/stones on it within the “snow plow zone”. Any idea when this section to Stevi will be swept, and what condition the trail is south of Stevi?
  • Bill Sweet
    commented 2018-09-05 07:45:40 -0600
    We pedal the trail alongside 93 and avoid the section between Lolo and Stevi because of the many wide transverse cracks in the surface. Who can I contact to find out about getting the trail smoothed out?
  • Bill Sweet
    commented 2018-06-22 09:38:39 -0600
    Many thanx for fixing the Sweathouse Bridge problem. That height difference between trail and bridge was the cause of many pinch flats for cyclists. No meeting time was mentioned for the Saturday, June 23rd pedal from Victor to Woodside. Is that intentional?
  • Bob Wachtel
    published this page in About us 2018-03-09 14:12:55 -0700