We’re about at the one year mark for the full bore re-structuring and re-building of the Summit Fat Tire Society. And it’s been about three since a packed room in Frisco called for a re-group of mountain bikers in Summit to confront the changes that were proposed to our trail systems from both the Hidden Gems and the Travel Management Plan.
I’ve been on board since that night, and been on Board for about the same amount of time. And I have to say re-building an organization is usually easier said than done. But with the help of some really driven and smart folks, SFTS has actually come a long way. We’ve proven folks wrong that we’d flame out after a while. Quite the opposite.
We’re going to be introducing a lot more in the next few months. New membership efforts, new volunteer opportunities, and new partnerships. I’m personally really optimistic that some of the smaller clubs and groups in the western part of our state can continue to talk about how our organizations are stronger when we all work together.