CROCT held its second organizational meeting tonight at the Carleton College Rec Center. Of the 18 who attended, 10 were new, so we spent the first part of the meeting reviewing how we came to be. The main issue for the evening was a discussion on to what extent the club was going to be truly regional, given the large percentage of Northfielders involved at this point. Those who attended from the Faribault area seemed to be inclined to join the club rather than starting their own. Those from the Northfield area seemed glad to have them! Continue reading March 3 CROCT meeting: the group grows larger and includes Faribault area mountain bikers
Some of us have been discussing how to get more involvement from Faribault area mountain bikers in the formation of CROCT, as our initial group consists mostly of riders from the Northfield area. We know that there’s a large number of them, judging from the turnout at a meeting that was held back in April 2012 at the River Bend Nature Center. Continue reading Seeking Faribault area mountain bikers
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.