Northern Soundings recently featured FCC member Corrine Leistikow on its podcast. Listen to her talk about her battle with a painful disease and comeback from double knee surgery so that she could keep riding, skiing, and all the other other incredible things she does.
Anybody feel like riding tomorrow (1-2 hours)? I can do early morning (done by 8) or late morning (start around 11). I normally ride 7-9 mph.
I won’t be there. I’ll be packing for a trip to Tolovana on Saturday.
> On Dec 21, 2017, at 8:46 PM, Tom Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > I cannot make the Friday ride. The ride starts at 8pm, I think. I hope someone can attend and be the ride leader. Thanks! >
I cannot make the Friday ride. The ride starts at 8pm, I think. I hope someone can attend and be the ride leader. Thanks!
Hi Riders- I am hoping someone out there has a road bike case I can rent or borrow from Jan. 10-18. I damage I pay of course! Thanks, Bruce Gard
The Folk School will be offering a two-day Wilderness First Aid course the weekend of February 3-4, 2018. Deb Ajango will teach the course, a renowned Alaska instructor on the topics of risk management, emergency action planning, and wilderness medicine.
The course will introduce the knowledge and skills necessary to deal with accidents and injuries when 911 is not readily available. It will cover assessment and management of the scene, assessment and management of life-threatening conditions, assessment and management/treatment of traumatic injuries, and the appropriate patient care for each. You’ll learn decision-making as it relates to delayed transport. As a bonus, Deb will cover how to handle winter-specific injuries.
All of the details are on the Wilderness First Aid course description page
The P.O. Box for the Fairbanks Cycle Club has changed to the following:
Fairbanks Cycle Club PO Box 80183 Fairbanks, AK 99708
Rachael Kvapil FCC President
Greetings trail enthusiasts,
After December 31 st there will be two vacancies on the Trails Advisory Commission (TAC). This board advises Fairbanks North Star Borough administration on matters relating to trails within the Borough. The TAC is especially tasked with reviewing and updating the Comprehensive Recreational Trails Plan as needed. For more information on the commission see: www.co.fairbanks.ak.us/Boards/Pages/Trails-Advisory-Commission.aspx ( www.co.fairbanks.ak.us/Boards/Pages/Trails-Advisory-Commission.aspx )
For even more info about the TAC and a copy of the Comprehensive Recreational Trails Plan, see the links at the bottom of this page: fnsb.us/pr/Pages/Trails-Program.aspx
If you are interested in a hands-on role in guiding local trails policy, you are encouraged to attend and observe a TAC meeting then apply to be a commissioner. The next public meeting is scheduled for 6:00pm on December 12 th at the Pioneer Park Centennial Arts Building in the Blue Room on the third floor (meeting agenda attached).
Please contact the FNSB Trails Coordinator Bryant Wright (459-7401; BWright@fnsb.us ) for more information on applying. Thanks for your interest!
Fairbanks North Star Borough
Parks & Recreation Dept.
Phone: 907-459-7401 ( tel:(907)%20459-7401 )
2017 Haunted Hinterland Race Results
Our Inaugural Haunted Hinterland has come to an end; Below are the results from today’s event, thanks so much for all those who came out to support this race.
We’d also really like to thank our sponsors who help us put this event on: Goldstream Sports and Dogwood Designs
Yakima bike rack in perfect condition. Carries 3 bikes. I used it on a Subaru hatchback and it will fit similar models.
Asking $100 obo
Contact Pat at 907-378-1968 if you’re interested
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