The Pisgah Conservancy is proud to be part of a team that will work to construct a Joel Branch Connector Trail this year. The project is part of an ongoing effort to increase the sustainability of the Pisgah Ranger District and improve the recreational experience of its visitors.
The project is located in the Pisgah Ranger District, northwest of Brevard. The new Joel Branch Connector Trail will be approximately 1.3 miles long, running between the terminus of USFS Road 5002 and USFS Road 475C. The Trail will be designated for hiking, non-motorized biking, and equestrian use.
Congratulations to Ken Gillen, the winner of the awesome Pisgah Project 2020 mountain bike!
Ken is from Sarasota, FL, and is in the process of moving to the Cedar Mountain area. He has been riding for 40 years and really looks forward to having his choice of great trails to ride. He is the maker of solid wood original designed custom furniture. He’s been a supporter of TPC for a while and is anxious to get more fully involved in protecting Pisgah.
Congratulate Ken when you see him on the trails!
A heartfelt THANK YOU to OneUp Components for their generous donation of $10,000 to Pisgah Conservancy!
OneUp is a small team of mountain bikers based in British Columbia, whose mission is to make components they’d want on their own bikes. They are passionate about supporting mountain bikers, and say they believe everyone should “work less and ride more.”
Check out their website at www.oneupcomponents.com to learn more about them.
Thanks, OneUp, for supporting Pisgah!
October 15, 2020 - Cane Creek Cycling has come through again and today announced that $10 from each Cane Creek Hellbender 70 Bottom Bracket or Headset purchased through www.canecreek.com between October 15th and 31st will be donated to support the conservation efforts of The Pisgah Conservancy.
Learn more or purchase Hellbender 70 Bottom Brackets here.
Learn more or purchase Hellbender 70 Headsets here.
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