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LATEST ADDITION - SHELBY FARMS MEETING REPORT
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Members receive discounts at most Memphis area bicycle shops.
Producers of the Legend of Stanky Creek and 12-Hour races.
LINKS TO LOCAL AND NATIONAL WEB SITES.
IN THE ARCHIVES ....
- 2001 WOLF RIVER FLOOD PICTURES
- 2003 IMBA TRAIL CARE CREW PICTURES
- EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT INFORMATION
- SHELBY FARMS ROAD PROJECT HISTORY
- HERB PARSONS BRIDGE REPAIR PICTURES
- YELLOW TRAIL BULLDOZER DAMAGE INFORMATION
- MSTA'S EFFORTS IN SUPPORT OF "OUR GUY IN KUWAIT"
- READ ABOUT THE GREENING GREATER MEMPHIS MEETING
- BUILDING THE "HOLIDAY LOOP" AT HERB PARSONS
- HISTORY OF THE SHELBY FARMS GREENLINE
UPDATED OCTOBER 11, 2013 FOR MSTA MEETING ON OCTOBER 10, 2013.
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Mid-South Trails Association represents off road cycling as a healthy outdoor recreational activity.
MSTA partners with land managers to assist in creating, maintaining,
improving, and expanding multi-use natural surface trails under their
MSTA has a working relationship with
Shelby Farms Park Conservancy,
TWRA Herb Parsons Lake,
Bartlett, TN Parks Department (Nesbit Park - Stanky Creek),
City of Lakeland, TN (I. H. Managerial Park).
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