Trail Building at Peek'n Peak

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7 months 3 weeks ago #45080 by fbarraza
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7 years 1 week ago #41898 by PHeller
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7 years 1 week ago #41877 by Jon Sundquist
Jon Sundquist replied the topic: Re: Trail Building at Peek'n Peak
I was in the woods riding all weekend, so I haven't gotten around to setting up a spot on the web page yet. Hopefully get to it in the next few days.

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7 years 1 week ago #41875 by TJ_Zydel
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PHeller wrote: TJ,

I spoke with Ben C. at the beginning of this process and it was his discussions at the WNYMBA meetings that gave me a lot of Western NY community insight. Ben said the following on the topic; "Also, please realize that although WNYMBA is very interested in this proposal. Peak'N Peak is located in the territory of NAMBA our neighboring IMBA Chapter. Do to this fact, NAMBA should be the primary IMBA Chapter contact and WNYMBA would offer our support to NAMBA as needed."

Thom/NAMBA obviously has had success with his efforts in Chatauqua County. He's got the contacts at DEC, he's flagged and built miles of trails, he's got a very good working relationship with many riders. I defer to him for his expertise in his community.

WNYMBA is obviously a much larger organization, with far more resources both in broadcasting and in funding, but there are many Erie, Warren, and Crawford County riders who do not identify with Western NY. They rarely travel to Ellicotville. Attracting those groups will be more about fostering that local link. I'm not sure if that can be accomplished with a regional club that spans from Buffalo to Jamestown and uses Ellicotville as the "ride center".

We NEED and BEG FOR the assistance and support of WNYMBA Membership to help make this place a reality because another awesome place to ride helps every mountain biker out there gain a little bit more respect in the eyes of land owners, government, and community.


Paul,

my apologies, i did not know Ben spoke to you and/or you were the contact. i had some information from one of our meetings and i personally did not hear much more. i do not spend a lot of time on this forum and it seems there are many others that have more info than i do or follow the developments further. my main point was not to take the opinions and feedback here with too much more than a grain of salt. having a defined spot on the web to chat and post developments would be a great! (Jon, sounds like a plan) i personally would love to help and having the Namba guys (Thom and his crew) as well as some support from wnymba would be amazing! the trifecta of the southern tier will be some serious riding!

Jon,

thank you for clarifying as i seem to be missing details and jump to the gun on my rhetoric. quality developments these days! i am excited!

ahhhhh dude...

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7 years 2 weeks ago #41854 by PHeller
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Additionally,

I plan to ask IMBA's legal team about what we can do to establish a long-running access plan to property.

In the end, anyone can take property back and lock down access. Even the government. The difference is, awesome trails with nice features will hopefully drive the private land owner to allow continued access, where those same "dangerous" feature on government land might lead to a closure.

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7 years 2 weeks ago #41853 by PHeller
PHeller replied the topic: Re: Trail Building at Peek'n Peak
TJ,

I spoke with Ben C. at the beginning of this process and it was his discussions at the WNYMBA meetings that gave me a lot of Western NY community insight. Ben said the following on the topic; "Also, please realize that although WNYMBA is very interested in this proposal. Peak'N Peak is located in the territory of NAMBA our neighboring IMBA Chapter. Do to this fact, NAMBA should be the primary IMBA Chapter contact and WNYMBA would offer our support to NAMBA as needed."

Thom/NAMBA obviously has had success with his efforts in Chatauqua County. He's got the contacts at DEC, he's flagged and built miles of trails, he's got a very good working relationship with many riders. I defer to him for his expertise in his community.

WNYMBA is obviously a much larger organization, with far more resources both in broadcasting and in funding, but there are many Erie, Warren, and Crawford County riders who do not identify with Western NY. They rarely travel to Ellicotville. Attracting those groups will be more about fostering that local link. I'm not sure if that can be accomplished with a regional club that spans from Buffalo to Jamestown and uses Ellicotville as the "ride center".

We NEED and BEG FOR the assistance and support of WNYMBA Membership to help make this place a reality because another awesome place to ride helps every mountain biker out there gain a little bit more respect in the eyes of land owners, government, and community.

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