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The word is out! Tomorrow. It's trail work AND planting season.
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Are you subscribed to the SF Urban Riders newsletter? Latest edition just released. This only happens every few months!

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Due to tree work on Mt Sutro, there will be intermittent trail closures over the next few months, many on Saturdays. They will be posted on site. Please respect the closures! The trails will be re-opened at the end of each work day.

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Do you remember our first big trail day at Laguna Honda? Only three years ago.
So much progress thanks to our volunteers and supporters, you can join us as get be back at it this Laguna Honda January digging day.
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Local MTB ride history is colorful and deep but there are a few standout moments that shine above the rest.

Do you remember SF Flow?

Over the weekend I was reminded of this moment in time when I saw a friend wearing the ultimate souvenir.

In 2008 the MTB community gathered spontaneously (as we are known to do) and went on a 30-mile cross town adventure through the best SF Open Spaces. A video was made of the ride which was posted to social media and it sparked trail access controversy in which the cycling community responded articulately and passionately. Please share you story/photos of SF Flow if you have them.

Imagine a day in the not too distant future when SFUR can legally host a fundraising event like this (but better because the urban trails are so much better now!)
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Reflecting on what we accomplished in 2019 at #lagunahonda .

Thank you to everyone who was a part of this! Especially to all those who helped us volunteering and this who voted to fund this phase with Norman Yee participatory budgeting.

Want to be a part of it? Join us tomorrow or at a future trail and habitat #trailworkday . Or help fund our projects by donating or by getting a #sfurbanriders Timber Bell ( https://sfurbanriders.org/bells/ ).
Keep the momentum going for #trails for 2020 and beyond.

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