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How To Join Airborne!
Current membership is required to use the Fort Pierce Trail. An expired membership is not valid. A membership without a waiver is not valid. A waiver without payment does not make you a member or allow you to use the trail. Non members are tresspassing
Airborne Time Trial Series
June 6th Sat 9am. Reverse Tail Time Trial
Halpatiokee Bike Trail
All trail work is to be coordinated by Phil Pacini firstname.lastname@example.org. Club Airbornemtb is again responsible for maintenance and trail improvements that adhere to Martin County Parks standards. Please contact him if you would like to help as well as check for scheduled trail work days.
Trail spotlight of the month
THE FT PIERCE TRAIL... About 5 miles of singletrack trail on 10 Mile Creek which represents one of the only local trails that is in area with elevation changes Read more
We have a signed, executed contract with the owners!
The trail is now officially legal to club members!!!!
FTP TRAIL GATES AND FENCES
In order to legally proceed onto the property you must complete an updated waiver form
Mail to: 4205 N Flagler Dr #2, West Palm Beach FL 33407 See message from pres
permissive trail users(updated 12-22-2014)
Legal access requires the aforementioned waiver as well as club membership
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* We now have reduced reciprocal rates and business sponserships
The airborne mountain bike club was born for one single purpose....Message from pres
Great googally moogally...finally..thanks to all involved in the process.. SGT Pepper quoted May 2011
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Mo' Betta Trails Needs You!
Airborne is currently looking for volunteers to help with scouting and construction of 'more better trails'. If you have any ideas for new trails or would like to help with trail constuction please contact Nick D.
A.M.B.C. is a Florida Non-Profit Corporation
Airborne's Purpose:Our organization has the intention of assisting local mountain bike enthusiasts to have more and better legal places to pursue mountain bike riding on the Treasure Coast, and to have a good time riding bikes in the woods.