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Our Mission
  

The mission of Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers (CCCMB) is to expand the network of sustainable and enjoyable trails in SLO County and to maintain the trails currently in use. Since 1987, we have worked with California State Parks, the National Forest Service, San Luis Obispo City, and San Luis Obispo County in designing and building new trails and maintaining existing ones. 


Help us keep the trails of SLO County open and fun to ride by joining us for trail work. Also, for good karma, be cool with others on the trail: always ride in control and don't run over people, animals or plants.


"Trails aren't BORN - They're designed and built by volunteers - You and I"



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The Latest

CCCMB Receives "Favorite Charity" Award

CCCMB recently receive a $2,000 award from KSBY in the FAVORITE CHARITY contest.  PG&E teamed up with KSBY to give several awards to various charities around the local area who received the most votes.  

CCCMB would like to thank those who voted for our organization.  The money will be a welcome addition for the purchase of trail building equipment and support of the various endeavors that keep our trails open and free to all.


Lighthouse Century Volunteering

 

The San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club is in need of about 250 volunteers to put on this years Lighthouse Century ride. 

As a result of the changing demographics of their membership, they have asked CCCMB and other sister organizations for assistance. They are in need of volunteers capable of doing some heavy lifting to be part of many of their teams.   

The SLOBC is looking for about 25 non-SLOBC members to volunteer for the Lighthouse Century ride on September 27, 2014.  All volunteers will receive a T-Shirt and an invitation to join them for the volunteer brunch on Sunday, September 26th  and volunteer bike ride (the Pre-Ride) on Saturday, September 20th.

Information about the ride...
Lighthouse Century information: http://slobc.org/lighthouse/

To volunteer for a Lighthouse Century job, use this form: 

If you have any questions, please contact:
Will Benedict
President, SLOBC
Phone: 805-543-5973


The Pismo Preserve - CCCMB Matching Donation

The CCCMB trails community, cyclists, hikers and equestrians have an incredible opportunity. As you may know, the Land Conservancy of San Luis Obispo County wants to purchase The Pismo Preserve, nearly 900 acres of undeveloped land on which it would create a public multi-use trail system (almost as big as Irish Hills and Froom combined!). The Conservancy needs our financial help to make this purchase and these trails a reality. CCCMB believes that this is literally a-once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and we are asking you to donate generously to help make it happen.

Consequently, CCCMB is donating up to $5,000 to this project in a matching pledge. We believe this opportunity is a game changing for access and trails in SLO County! [FYI, we have never before donated more than $500 for any land/trails acquisition.] We are asking you to make a matching donation so that, as a group, we can contribute at least $10,000 to this project.

CCCMB - Pismo Preserve Matching Donation Page

There is no doubt that this is history in the making. The Pismo Preserve will provide a significant trail system in South County that is close enough to Nipomo, SLO and points north to be easily accessible. This is a milestone because it says very clearly to local governments and business communities that people see multi-use trails as central to the quality of life in SLO County; and that providing trail opportunities is important.


Oats Peak Trail is OPEN to bikers in M.d.O. 

The Oats Peak trail is now open to bikes, hikers and horses in the Montana de Oro State Park.  It is the second highest summit in MDO with both ocean and mountain views.  It offers a 10.8 mile round trip to the peak and back on a trail designed with mountain bikers in mind.  The 5.4 mile gradual ascent gains 1,325 feet of elevation with LOTS of panoramic views.

The old and new trails crisscross, but bike ways are clearly marked.  The last 1/2 mile of the trail has not been improved and it a challenge for bikers with a probably "push" up and a "fun" ride down.  The 360 degree view from the top is spectacular and well worth the push.


Montaña de Oro State Park Map