Fastest and best method is to post on facebook.com/ccorc
Phone: Officer contact information is listed in our monthly newsletter: Dirt Tracks
Or just post a comment below
I need to send some $$$ your way to re-up my membership, and I’d like to order a jersey(if its not too late.) Who do I contact?
Email marvin @ email@example.com. His phone number is listed in our Dirt Tracks if you would like to call him. The membership form is also on the Dirt Tracks. Thanks
I had some questions about CORCC—Would joining be suitable for someone who is a true beginner to mountain biking? Are there many rides that would be availiable at this level?
Yes we typically see one or two new beginners a year join the club. One of my favorite aspects of club is seeing new mountain bikers develop a passion for the sport as they develop their skills. We often have beginner rides. But the proof of the pudding is in the eating, you wonâ€™t know if CCORC is right for you until you come on out and give it a try. Blazing Saddles is this weekend. Itâ€™s a great opportunity to meet some of us and give the club a try. Hope to meet you someday.
I would like someone to contact me how I can get involved. I did post in Facebook but really a crap shoot for any replies. I’m a moderate MTB but I have not had any opportunities to ride the trails in Fresno. Is there a membership fee to arrange a ride with someone who knows the trails around here? Thanks!
A good place to start is our monthly club meeting. Next meeting is this Monday
You might also try our forum on CCORC.org
I wish I could take you out for a ride. But my wife is due for our first baby this week.
I second Gary’s comments. Simply come to the meeting and meet club members. And I recommend meeting people by talking, participating, contributing, etc. to the conversation, etc. (i.e. don’t just be a wallflower). Come out and participate when the club does trailwork. Form relationships, get involved, etc.
I think you’ll find that not only will you learn the trails, but you’ll improve your riding abilities by riding w/ other riders that perhaps are better riders than yourself. I’m confident that in the long run you’ll gain much more than simply learning where the trails are!
Can I get an e-mail address for someone I can talk to about creating a partnership between CCORC and Bulldog Cycling?
Sent you an email today with contact info.
Noticed that the Skyline (Three Rivers area) map isn’t on the Trails list any more? I know it wasn’t that great of a map but it is a fun place to ride. Definitely not for everyone and not always at IMBA trail standards, but you should put it back up at least so folks can see that there’s another place to ride in the area. I don’t live in Visalia anymore but I do miss riding up there. That’s my two cents.
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