The calendar is always up to date for trail work days. What to bring? It's a good idea to wear boots, long pants, bring gloves and some water. Suggested hand tools are Pulaskis, Mcloeds, rakes, loppers, rock pry bars, etc.

Here are a few of the trail work projects we have done:

Angels' Wings, Riverside State Park

Historic CCC Trail Reconstruction, Riverside

2006 trail work at Beacon

2007 trail work at Beacon

2008 work at Beacon

IMBA's Trailbuilding school
Group Rides

If you're looking for Spokane BOMB

  • If you're looking for someone to ride with then our Yahoo Group is a good resource
  • Please include a general ride description and ability level recommendation
  • Ride leaders need to be paid club members for liability and insurance reasons
  • Check the legal page for important information and to download waiver
  • Helmets are required, and no dogs on club rides
  • All rides must be on legal trails. If you aren't sure about your trail, just ask
  • Please follow the IMBA Rules of the Trail

Rider and Rider Leader Guidelines

  • Everyone must wear a helmet
  • No dogs
  • Positive attitude
  • Be friendly, introduce yourself
  • Let ride leader know if you are a beginner or need some skills help
  • We have a "no rider left behind" attitude - no drops

Rules of the Trail

  • Ride on open (legal) trails only
  • Leave no Trace
  • Control your bike
  • Yield to other users
  • Never scare animals
  • Plan ahead

Eastern Washington

Northern Idaho

Worthwhile Road Trips

  • Hood River, Oregon
  • Rossland, B.C.
  • McCall, Idaho
  • MacKenzie River, Oregon
  • Nelson B.C.
  • Mt. St. Helens, WA
  • Sun Valley/Ketchum/Sawtooth National Recreation Area