Join our Board Meeting every 4th Monday

Come and join us to learn about current issues and let us know what concerns you! Always open to the public, the CORBA Board of Directors’ meeting is held the 4th Monday of the month in Woodland Hills. REI is kind enough to let us use their meeting room, for which we thank them profusely!

Every month (except December, when we have no meeting), we discuss these topics:

  • Issues of trail access for mountain bikers
  • Mountain bike advocacy and ambassadorship
  • Public involvement
  • The latest news from the land managers, including State Parks and National Park Service
  • Trail building and restoration
  • Furthering woman’s mountain biking
  • Bike parks and other dedicated mountain bike facilities or trails
  • Education and etiquette
  • Anything brought forward by members of the public

The meetings are 6:30 – 8 pm at the REI in Woodland Hills:

6220 Topanga Canyon Blvd
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
P: (818) 703-5300

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We look forward to seeing you there!

One Response to “Join our Board Meeting every 4th Monday”

  1. Caroline Quintanilla says:

    Dear CORBA Board:

    Here in the Frazier Park area of the Los Padres National Forest we have been getting a lot of mountain bikes. Especially popular is Mt Pinos and the McGill Trail.

    To manage the mountain bikes (or rather the people riding the bikes) we need some help. The McGill Trail has some fairly technically challenging parts. We have “shuttle services” that are dropping people at the top of the mountain, and just sending them down the trail without regard to their skill level. We have people with little or no knowledge of sharing the trail with horses and hikers. We have people who don’t understand the importance of staying on the trail, so we have “whoop-di-do’s” going here and there. We have people who see that others don’t care for the forest and the trail, so they feel they don’t need to be responsible either.

    We would really appreciate some trail stewards. I have spoken with riders who suggested I contact CORBA and other bike groups (I have contacted IMBA also.) They also feel that the situation would be improved with some volunteers who feel responsibility for the trails and the riders who use the trails. We need assistance with trail upkeep and demonstrating trail ethics.

    What can we do together to improve this situation? I would appreciate any suggestions and help your organization can offer.

    Thank you!

    Caroline Quintanilla
    Visitor Services Information Assistant
    Forest Service
    Mt Pinos RD, Los Padres National Forest
    p: 661-245-3731
    f: 661-245-1526

    34580 Lockwood Valley Road
    Frazier Park, CA 93225

    Caring for the land and serving people