Safe Trails: COVID-19 Protocols

Photo Credit: Hansi Johnson We expect Twin Ports trails to be good 'n busy this summer. Given that the coronavirus (COVID-19) isn't going anywhere anytime soon, it bears reiterating the basic trail user protocols and noting some available resources. Safe Trails: Give Trail Users Space These concepts are lifted from the City of Duluth Parks and Rec recommendations for safety outdoors. Maintain minimum six-foot social distances Do not congregate in large groups Give riders good space ahead of you. Wait a couple minutes if possible between groups. Maximize space as possible. Minimize contact with high-touch surfaces such as benches, tables, and trash cans. Select alternatives to crowded trails,

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COGGS has an urgent need for a volunteer Race Director for the 2020 Kraus-Anderson Bike Duluth Festival. The KABDF Race Director develops, plans, and facilitates mountain bike races on behalf of the COGGS organization and the KABDF Organizing Committee. Position details: to apply email

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