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IMBA Interim Executive Director’s Post Mike Van Abel Departure Message to Members

This message from Dan Brillion, Interim Executive Director of IMBA, was sent out to IMBA members as a follow-up to the recent announcement of Mike Van Abel leaving the organization.  Wyoming Pathways will continue to follow this story and how IMBA moves forward with new leadership. Dear IMBA Member, With last week’s announcement of MikeRead more

Leadership Changes at IMBA – Mike Van Abel Steps Down

This message from Robert Winston, Chair, IMBA Board of Directors, was sent out to IMBA members recently.  Wyoming Pathways is sad to hear that Mike Van Abel is leaving IMBA and we will continue to follow this story and how IMBA moves forward with new leadership.  Dear IMBA Member, I am writing to inform youRead more

Red Grade Trail Project Public Comment Follow-Up

The public comment period for the Red Grade Trail Project Environmental Impact Study (EIS) ended on August 19th.  We hope that the BLM received many comments supportive of the project and thank those of you who added your voice to the process. The Red Grade Trail project will provide much needed improved access to publicRead more

Pole Mountain Trail Charrette Photos

View photos from the August 12, 2016 Pole Mountain Trail Charrette held in Laramie, WY. 2016 Pole Mountain Trail Charrette – Laramie, WY

Positive Decision on Johnny Behind the Rocks BLM Mineral Withdrawl

We saw an important decision recently from the Fremont County Commission regarding the mineral withdrawal at Lander’s Johnny Behind the Rocks mountain biking area. The Fremont County Commission originally announced plans to protest the BLM’s planned mineral withdrawal at Lander’s Johnny Behind the Rocks mountain biking area entry a few weeks ago. Today the CommissionRead more

BLM Public Comment Period for Red Grade Trails is OPEN

The BLM Public Comment Period for Red Grade Trails ends on August 19th, so please be sure to submit your comments right away: Written comments should be submitted by August 19, 2016 and addressed to: Red Grade Trail System Environmental Analysis; Attention: Tom Bills, Planning and Environmental Coordinator; 1425 Fort St., Buffalo, WY 82834. CommentsRead more

Wyoming Pathways Executive Director Tim Young Appointed to Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force

Wyoming Pathways Executive Director, Tim Young, has been appointed to the new Bicycle and Pedestrian System Task Force by Governor Matt Mead.  Tim was instrumental in getting the legislation that initiated the task force, Senate File 8, passed in the most recent Wyoming legislative session.  You can read more about the Task Force and whatRead more

Cheyenne Cycling Tragedy Points Out Need for Improved Cycling Safety Awareness

While bicycling is a fun and healthy activity, its not without risks. As summer weather finally arrives in Wyoming and many of us are getting out to enjoy a bike ride, a recent fatal crash in Cheyenne  reminds us of the importance to ride with care. Details are still being gathered in this case, whereRead more

Fat Biking Summit Summary

Blessed with a long winter, Wyoming is increasingly becoming a great place to fat bike. In 2016, new groomed trails around the state were enjoyed at Happy Jack and Curt Gowdy serving Laramie and Cheyenne, in Jackson Hole and at Grand Targhee Resort, on Casper Mountain, the new Beck Lake Trails in Cody, some inRead more

Spring Cycling in Yellowstone

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 31, 2016              16-013 Amy Bartlett  (307) 344-2015  [email protected] ——————————————————————————- YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK NEWS RELEASE ——————————————————————————- Spring Bicycling Begins on Select Yellowstone Roads Bicyclists Must Plan Ahead for Safety Beginning today, bicyclists willing to brave the unpredictable elements of spring in Yellowstone National Park are ableRead more