Pump Track Update

A huge thanks to all of our amazing LCTA volunteers for coming out and participating in our Pump Track Build Day efforts. It means a lot that we can depend on our members to help out with these projects and continue to expand our impact in the community.


Update: Penn, 7, and 11 trails on Canfield Mountain have been cleared

Sasquatch and mountain bikes are now free to move about the mountain.

A Tour of Empire Trails in Spirit Lake, IDAHO

Thank you to Inland Empire Paper for inviting us to tour the Empire Trails in Spirit Lake. IEP employee Paul Buckland explained some aspects of forest sustainability and how they are committed to public recreation opportunities on their private land. Along with Evergreen East, we were joined by several of the local folks from Bike Spirit Lake involved in creating the trails. Thank you so much for having us!

Pump Track Build Day!

LCTA has been working closely with the City of Coeur d’Alene on a Pump, Skills, and Flow Park. Initial work on the Pump Track (situated beneath US95 near Northwest Blvd. adjacent to the Centennial Trail) begins on Saturday, October 13th from 11am to 2pm.


We need your help! If you’d like to move some dirt with us — bring a lunch, snacks, and water. If you’ve got tools such as a rake, shovel, or wheel barrow bring those too. Kids are welcome. We may even put them to work.

This is a great opportunity to be a part of building something that will have a lasting impact on our community.

If you have any questions reach out to us on Facebook or email info@lcta.co.