Tuesday, July 27, 2010

New Wilder Ranch Sign Installed


Back in September MBOSC raised funds to pay for a new trail head sign at Wilder Ranch State Park. The mountain biking community was proud to donate $3,500 towards the design and construction of a new interpretive sign and map. I'm happy to announce that it was installed on July 19th and the results are stunning.

The sign is important to the mountain biking community and Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz. We start our all inclusive weekly Saturday ride at this sign and it's a great way to orient visitors to the park. Our local State Parks are suffering from difficult budgetary times and there is a backlog of maintenance projects. Mountain bikers enjoy and support our park system so we are happy to help in any way that we can.

Thank you all once again for supporting our fundraisers. Your donations help improve mountain biking facilities in Santa Cruz County.

4 comments:

Mark Davidson said...

Pictured is Mark (Prez of MBOSC) and Elizabeth Hammack who is the project manager for State Parks overseeing this project.

from GGA said...

Very nice! Who designed the interpretive panel?

Mark Davidson said...

It was designed by http://www.wildwaysillustrated.com/

Bonny said...

Mark & MBOSC members -- We are so grateful for the generous donation that made this sign possible! We look forward to seeing everyone at the sign dedication ceremony on Saturday, September 18, at 10 AM at Wilder Ranch. Bonny Hawley, Executive Director, Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks