we finally gave Mel from the KOHLS AIA group her plaque. Thanks again!!! and thanks to all the NEW OM peeps that came out for the photo too.


Trail building is hard work and fun.....the hardest part is keeping the troups in line.

Rabies caught a fish this big.....JK....don't remeber what he was talking about, but we wanted to hear all about it.

what started as a tight curve ended up being a berm. Josh: hauling one rock at a time.

tons of rocks, sweat and a few hours later, we have a small berm.


RICHMOND: hard at work in the field.

there is alot of cool things about trail building, meeting the natives of the land is one of the best parts. this snake that Rabies is holding is only 3" long.

this snake is about 4' long.


the MC trail has plenty of cool features. sofar it has 3 rock gardens.

and a log pile.

everybody's welcome to come out and help build the 1st MTB trail in Manitowoc County. We work every Saturday and Sunday at 9am til noon or later.


Note: the Red line on the map is our 1st loop that we are try'n to complete by 10-8-11.

The Lines on the map are NOT exact. The red lines for the 1st loop is not too far off from the true trail. Blue lines on the map for the 2nd loop is just an idea where the trail may go. 


Thanks to Rob S and his hook up, Lowes in Manty gave our club a crap ton of tools...we're give'n them this plaque to show our appreciation.


Trail Signs

We would like to get the same kind of trail signage that the ICE AGE trail has. This post is made out of Carsonite, it has a lil flex...just in case if somebody would hit. We would by them from a company in Madison.

 Please pass the word along about Donateing a sign to the NEW OM.


Yeah, we're all pretty excited about getting our MTB trail out at MC. But, how cool will it be have'n a trail in Manty Co that you can ride and then go explore in some historic caves after. Here's some pics that i took off the HTR website.

whatch out for bats!!!!


Rob, keeping the pack behind him at the WORS border battle.


Cory, Intense!!!!

Sheboygan, Amazing what a little racking can do. before and after.

Josh and Wade, work'n hard or hardly work'n??....maybe a lil of both.

I love this pic: Jason, dropping in...he's so fast.



Starting October 1st 2011 we will be asking for membership dues to be paid to the club.
Dues will be: $25 for 1 and $50 for a Family up to 5.
 The cash will help us pay for our insurance. and.....Thanks to Chris R thinking it would be cool to have cards with our mugs on them.....they will look something like this.

SUBARU/IMBA Trail Care Crew Trail Building School

The School and lodgeing was held in Langlade WI, at the Bear Paw adventure camp ground.

Andy and his dog.

Andy working his way up the NewBerry trail.

This section of the trail is named "Broken Bike".

Jason has is own business called "Trail Genius" that works like google maps but for trails. check out the tower of power on his helmet. check out his site http://www.trailgenius.com/

John and Jason leading the Nite RIde

we had about 15 riders strong on the nite ride on Friday.

We spent 4 hrs in the class room with the IMBA TCC.

Before we started working on the trails, IMBA gave us the run down on safty.

Jake explaining the bench cut.

Jason was shocked at how hard that Rabies was working that he had to take a picture.

this lrg crew on 30 people cut almost 1000 ft of trail in 4 hrs.


The New Om is going to send in an application for the SUBARU/IMBA TCC to come to Manty in 2012.

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