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Copper Harbor has quickly built a reputation as a world-class destination for mountain biking. Offering a challenging array of trails and the unique charms of a small town, Copper Harbor Trails Club has a big challenge; how can a small community support trails for visitors year-round to the level they expect?
More than ever, trails matter. This year is going to be so important for trail associations across the state. With more traffic than ever before, funding shortfalls, and some ambitious trail projects on the books, trail users need to understand what trail associations do to create, maintain, and protect these natural spaces.
It’s a new year for all of us, but for Michigan trail associations, many of the challenges that arose in 2020 are still very much a part of the reality in 2021.
The holidays are upon us, and while 2020 has been a tumultuous year for so many, the next few weeks are a great time to slow down, look back, and look ahead. As challenging as things have been, many of us are incredibly lucky to be in a position to ride and to give. By supporting your local trail association, you’re ensuring that the trails are a part of whatever the future looks like. We hope that that future looks something like this.
November is a transition month in Michigan, but if you’re watching the weather, that transition can happen every five minutes. Take a second to thank the trail association that takes care of your trails this month by playing a part in our new #MMBA50 for Trails Campaign!