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 in maintaining existing ones.
Are you a CCCMB member? Join us!
Although we are primarily a group of mountain bikers, CCCMB also welcomes hikers, equestrians, trail runners, and other trail users. If you spend any time at all on our local trails, you have a vested interest in the integrity, health, and fun factor of our trails network. Trail advocates and CCCMB members work hard to keep our trails healthy and in the best condition possible.
CCCMB’s mission is to expand and preserve trails for ALL trail users: our work benefits the entire community including walkers, runners, birders, bikers, and equestrians. Becoming a member or renewing your membership is a unique way to "pay" for all the fun you have on these trails. Membership also provides another way to support CCCMB’s mission besides doing trail work or being more actively involved with the organization.
Essentially, 100% of membership dues and donations go toward expanding and preserving trails. These funds help pay for tools, communication materials, bells, and trail work training. We have no administrative overhead.
CCCMB members now get a discount at CCCMB partner bike shops: Art's Cyclery, Best Bike Zone, Cambria Bicycle Outfitters, Flanders, Foothill Cyclery, Mark's Baywood Cyclery, Pedal Power Bicycles, Trinity Cyclery and Wally's Bicycle Works. Contact each shop for full details.
Join the CCCMB email list and communicate online with other trails advocates. We encourage the use of the email group to inform other users of time-sensitive or developing trail issues. Join the CCCMB email list.
Our monthly meeting is open to anyone interested in attending, and are held the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 5:30pm. We meet at the offices of SLO Parks & Recreation at 1341 Nipomo in San Luis Obispo. You'll find the dates and a map on our events calendar.
Our trail work season generally runs from September through June to make best use of trail conditions and weather. There are numerous opportunities for trail work throughout the county, from our big Trailwerks events with food, drink, and raffles down to smaller, more focused Regional days. Work day dates can be found on the events calendar, and maps of meeting locations are here. Long pants, gloves, and sturdy shoes are recommended. Come out and move some dirt!
Hazard Peak Trail: Setting a zero paver
with Joe and John
photo by R. Duchak