Our volunteers do approximately 2,000 hours of trail work – moving dirt – each year. As a result of nearly 25 years of dedication, perspiration, and communication, we currently maintain all the commonly used cycling trails in the county including Morning Glory on West Cuesta Ridge and Fernandez Trail in Pozo as well as trails in the Irish Hills, on San Luis Mountain, at Lopez and Santa Margarita Lakes, and at Montana de Oro, and a number of other natural and recreational lands in our area.
CCCMB crew leaders have played an important part in the design and construction of essentially all the new multi-use trails developed in SLO County over the last 15 years including Barranca and Hazard Peak Trails in Montana de Oro, Morning Glory, the Mariposa and King Trails in the Irish Hills, and Lemon Grove on San Luis Mountain. This successful trail maintenance and construction record is a direct result of well-established, ongoing, and cooperative working relationships we have with State Parks, the Forest Service, and the City and County of San Luis Obispo.
CCCMB organizes at least one trail workday per month. In addition, we usually host two major workdays each year called TRAILWERKS: all-day events with meals, tee-shirts, and raffle prizes for participants. Affiliated with the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA), CCCMB encourages everyone who enjoys our fun and impressive trail system to volunteer for workdays as well as demonstrate the best practices of trail etiquette that help prevent future erosion, reduce user conflicts, and ensure trail access.
The mission of the 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 in maintaining existing ones.