We now have snazzy CROCT logo, viewable as a banner at the top of the site, and at some point in a few other places like jerseys and bumper stickers.
If you’re a member of Facebook, you can now keep tabs on us via our new CROCT Facebook page.
As one of the CROCT webmasters, I’ve added both a Facebook and Twitter widget to our right sidebar here so you can get a glimpse of the activities with each platform.
Anytime we have a new post on this CROCT blog, we’ll also tweet it and post it to our Facebook wall. Beyond that, I’m sure we’ll find other uses for those platforms.
A group of Rice County residents met last night in Northfield and started to form a club called Cannon River Offroad Cycling & Trails (CROCT). Back row, L to R: Bruce Anderson, Michael Lehmkuhl, Curtis Ness, Scott Koehler, Carl Arnold, Todd Amunrud. Front row, L to R: Tony Seidl, Sarah Jensen, Marty Larson, Kevin Herman, Griff Wigley. If you’d like to be involved in helping to organize the club, contact us.