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A great way to get more involved in SCUM is to join the SCUM Trail Crew; this dedicated group of people are responsible for the grooming, maintenance and building of the Club's trail network. Led by the Trails Coordinator (currently Matt Kidd) the Trail Crew usually meet on the trails a week or so prior to each event. Some tools with be available, but bring your favourite rake, pruners etc. Make sure you bring gloves, a hat and plenty of water.
To join the Trail Crew simply turn up at our next 'Trail Crew event' OR contact us for more information. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates.
All trail work must be coordinated by the Trails Coordinator. The occupation permit that SCUM has with Forestry Corporation, along with IMBA guidelines, outlines how the club should maintain its trails so that the trails are sustainable. This means that any work done on trails will:
Trail work can be categorised into three main types:
If in doubt, check with the Trail Coordinator before doing any 'work' on a SCUM trail; failure to do so can impact on our usage of the trails within the area.
If you spot evidence of illegal dumping (or someone in the act) report it (if it is safe to do so). Use the SNAP SEND SOLVE app to alert the appropriate authorities of the issue. Send us a note too, so that we're alerted and can let other riders know.