4 Corners Freeride Coalition wants a Durango home for downhill mountain bikers

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4 Corners Freeride Coalition wants a Durango home for downhill mountain bikers

Group wants designated trails to avoid conflicts
Brodie Hall takes a break from trail work with 4 Corners Freeride Coalition.
Mint Henk digs during a trail work day with 4 Corners Freeride Coalition.
4 Corners Freeride Coalition performed major trail maintenance on Graysill Trail in 2017 with approval from the Forest Service.
A berm on Coal Creek Trail built by Patrick Wenger, President of 4 Corners Freeride Coalition. Berms improve trails by causing mountain bikers to brake less and therefore causing less erosion.

4 Corners Freeride Coalition wants a Durango home for downhill mountain bikers

Brodie Hall takes a break from trail work with 4 Corners Freeride Coalition.
Mint Henk digs during a trail work day with 4 Corners Freeride Coalition.
4 Corners Freeride Coalition performed major trail maintenance on Graysill Trail in 2017 with approval from the Forest Service.
A berm on Coal Creek Trail built by Patrick Wenger, President of 4 Corners Freeride Coalition. Berms improve trails by causing mountain bikers to brake less and therefore causing less erosion.
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