Trails and Forest Committee
Trail Building and Maintenance
At the NTR club, we take great pride in our trails and work hard to maintain and enhance them for all our members to enjoy. We're calling on all our members with special skills and anyone who would like to help to join us in this effort.
Whether you're a landscaper, property manager, builder, contractor, civil engineer, urban planner, heavy equipment operator, land surveyor, or just someone who wants to lend a hand, we need your help to keep our trails safe and rideable for all.
Our trail teams are a lot of fun, and we encourage you to give your team a name and challenge other teams. The camaraderie with other riders is fantastic, and some teams even have team-only rides and gatherings after they have maintained the trail.
If you and a group of friends would like to build new single-track trails, we have a few projects in the planning stages as well. Working on a trail team is a great way to get involved with the club and make a meaningful contribution to the off-road community.
So, please reach out to the property committee and learn how you can help us maintain and enhance our trails. Your help is critical to keeping our trails safe and enjoyable for all our members. Let's work together to ensure that our off-road community thrives for years to come.
Protecting where we ride
At NTR, we're committed to protecting our environment and preserving access to the beautiful natural areas where we ride. That's why we've established a Forest Committee to work with local councils and the Northumberland Forest to ensure that our off-road riding areas are protected and sustainable.
We're looking for volunteers to join the Forest Committee and help us in our efforts to protect and preserve the places where we ride. As a member of the committee, you'll have the opportunity to work with a team of dedicated riders and environmentalists to advocate for our sport and ensure that we have access to safe, sustainable trails.
The Forest Committee is responsible for a range of tasks, including trail maintenance, environmental education and outreach, and advocacy work with local councils and organizations. We need volunteers for a range of roles, including trail maintenance, environmental monitoring, event planning, and more.
Volunteering on the Forest Committee is a fantastic way to give back to the environment and the off-road riding community, as well as gain valuable skills and experience in environmental advocacy and trail maintenance. You'll also have the opportunity to work with a great team of like-minded individuals who share your passion for riding and the outdoors.
So, if you're passionate about protecting the environment and preserving access to the places where we ride, we invite you to join the Forest Committee. Together, we can make a difference and ensure that future generations of riders have access to safe, sustainable trails.
To get involved or learn more about the Forest Committee and our work, contact the NTR or visit our website. We look forward to hearing from you and working together to protect our riding areas.