For SWAMP maintained mountain bike trails
Volunteer hours organized and sponsored bySWAMP Mountain bike Club
How can You Volunteer Your Time?
Club member or not, schedule a Saturday in the next few weeks to volunteer for trail work (See Calendar for dates and times) by contacting Trails at swampclub dot org. Let them know which day and park you will join SWAMP in maintaining these trails. You'll learn some trail maintenance techniques, get some exercise in the fresh air, chat with people that you only nod to on ride days, and contribute to the sport that you love. No experience necessary, all tools are provided and any parking fees are waived for those who send early RSVP's.
Optional: Bring gloves, hydration (water is perfect), snacks, your favorite trimming tool (if you repfer your own) and insect repellant.
Those who are able to volunteer 20 hours or more during the year are eligible for SWAMP awards given out during the December Holiday meeting. (Our year runs from the Alafia Fat Tire Festival to the weekend before the next Alafia FTF)
Remember, these are public trails. There are no "Trail Gnomes"! The Park Rangers do not maintain these Off Road Trails...we do. How well would our bikes function without maintenance???? The trails need maintenance too!
So, please come out and help....
Volunteer Hours by YearClick Here to view previous year
Volunteers maintain the trails!
The first 20 trail hours = 1 SWAMP Trail Crew shirt
1st year with at least 20 hours = SWAMP Logo Cap and free club membership
2nd year with at least 20 hours = SWAMP Jersey and free club membership
Thereafter, each year with at least 20 hours = $50 'SWAMP Bucks' and free club membership
For Ride Guides, in one year...
10 Ride Guide Assignments = Free Club Membership
15 Assignments = $25 SWAMP Bucks and free Membership
20 Assignments = Ride Guide Jersey and free Membership
Volunteer Awards are given out during the December Holiday party. See the newsletter for details.
Year starts just after the November Fat Tire Festival
For more information E-mail questions to: Trails at swampclub dot org