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    Trail building

    See below for an email I receieved about trail maintenance in Utah Valley.
    The Mad Dog Race Team is sponsoring a trail building day on
    April 29th at
    Battle Creek Canyon. We have the US Forest Service
    providing the tools and
    training and we plan to have a significant workforce there
    to improve and
    fix existing portions of the Bonneville Shoreline trail and
    perhaps add
    some new needed portions.

    If you can or would like to attend please be at the mouth
    of Battle Creek
    Canyon at the dirt parking lot in Pleasant Grove at 9 a.m.
    on the 29th.@
    200 S. 1700 E. approximately. Bring sturdy work boots,
    gloves, hat,
    sunscreen and any food and water you may need. We will
    raffle off Powerbar
    goodies, Maxxis Tires, Jamba Juice certificates and more to
    those who come
    and put in a mere 4 hours of hard labor.

    Thank you for your support of the US Forest Service and our
    Wasatch Front
    trail system.

    Questions call Adam Lisonbee our team events coordinator at

    Thank you!

    Ed Chauner, Director
    Intermountain Cup
    Mountain Bike Racing Series

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