Permanently Closed or Out of Business
|Type||Trail Association, Club|
|Primary Activity||Mountain Bike|
1968 S. Coast highway unit 5859Laguna Beach, California
OCMTBA Orange County Mountain Bike Association (OCMTBA)
OCMTBA is all about maintaining and opening new trails for mountain bike access, in and around Orange County CA.
|name||trails||total descent||highest trail||total distance|
|Chino Hills State Park||61||-18,011 ft||1,709 ft||89 miles|
|Powder Canyon||11||-2,359 ft||1,364 ft||14 miles|
daddybee (Sep 19, 2021 at 12:38)
I personally donate something better than money: my time and effort. I don't complain somebody needs to do something. I don't wait for somebody to fix something, I fix it. When I see something wrong I bring my own tools and handle it. I'm not stupid, I don't alter trails. Examples of what I've done: mounds of broken glass from smashed beer bottles in Anaheim Hills: I came back with bags, broom, rake, etc. and cleaned up all the shards. Trash along the trail: I bring those disposable plastic grocery bags and pick up the trash & dispose of properly myself. Graffiti: acetone, scrub brush, & rags usually cleans that up. I don't do big graffiti cleanup, though, as I don't want to bring barrels of solvent to a public area. I NEVER see anyone else doing cleanup, so I do it. I figure that's way more valuable than a $5 donation. My time and effort is worth more than $5. I'm not special, just impatient. Somebody, somewhere's got to do it, I figure why not me? Then everybody can enjoy the trails just a little bit more.
MnMDan OCMTBA (Sep 6, 2019 at 9:32)
Time to update this with something more current. SHARE membership works with local stakeholders and organizations to maintain SHARED trail use, development, and maintenance within Orange County. I’m biased as a member, but the group does what it can as an all-volunteer organization.
Earn Trail Karma by Donating to the Local Trail Association
help fund trail maintenance and developmentDonate