A group of volunteers got together and spent a morning cleaning up Camp Alpine NNJC along Anderson Avenue in Closter. Sadly to say, people have been dumping trash along Anderson for quite some time now and the PMTB it needed to be cleanup up.
PMTB is proud to announce three new sponsors for our organization. Tenafly Bicycle Workshop, Piermont Bicycle Connection, and Westwood Cycles have generously donated to PMTB, showing unity amongst competitors takes precedence when it comes to advocacy. All three shops agree that it’s in every shop’s best interest to find more places for their customers to ride and it can’t wait. Thanks to these shops, digging locally will begin right away. Stay tuned for trail digging days hosted by these shops. If your shop or business is looking to sponsor or donate to PMTB, click the button below.
PMTB’s Brian Lanius was honored by the NYNJ Trail Conference today for his hard work and efforts as an advocate and a steward at the new trails at Sterling Forest State Park. Brian received the Paul Leiken Award for going the extra mile which is exactly what Brian does often. Brian selflessnessly volunteers his time building and maintaining the trails for others to enjoy. Thanks Brian!
On February 7th, PMTB held an information session at The Hill , in Closter, NJ. With almost 80 people in attendance, many of whom we have met for the first time, we consider it a great success. A thanks to everyone that was in attendance, and even more special thanks to everyone that made a donation to help PMTB cover our costs on the event.