Entries by Ryan Delaney

A New Bridge for Patapsco!

Dear MORE supporters!   Recently, Governor Hogan included $700,000 in the FY 2017 budget to build a pedestrian bridge connecting the McKeldin section of Patapsco Valley State Park with the Woodstock area!   This is a huge win for our Maryland advocacy program, but this budget isn’t final yet. Getting the legislature on board with the proposed bridge funding will be key […]

Exciting News for NOVA Trail Access!

Did you miss the MORE winter party last Saturday??  If you did then you missed MORE presenting Mr. Paul Gilbert, Executive Director of NOVA Parks, the Land Manager of the Year Award. During Mr. Gilbert’s acceptance speech he announced the continued and expanded collaboration between NOVA Parks (Formerly the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority) and […]

Ride into 2016 with MORE!

Hello MOREland! We’re still at it: riding bikes and building trails in your backyard. MORE could use your help. Right now is a great time to give back a little to your favorite rides and win great prizes. IMBA’s Fall membership drive ends on November 15th, and joining or renewing now not only helps support the trails you love, but also enters […]

Loch Raven Update

A lot of folks have been asking us about the status of trail access Loch Raven, and rather than set up an info booth in the woods, I thought we’d send out this update and start the conversation. As you’ve probably heard, MORE signed a Trail Stewardship Agreement with the City of Baltimore this spring […]

Baltimore Area Advocacy Update!

The trails may still be snow-covered, but MORE has managed to keep busy on the advocacy front this winter. As we (hopefully!) move into the riding and trail work season, I wanted to put out an update on MORE’s recent efforts in the Baltimore area. Between the Epic and the superhuman efforts of our liaisons […]

Frederick Watershed Update

Recently, a few anti-mountain bike voices have been putting out some misleading information about the planning process MORE’s engaged in at the Frederick Watershed. Rather than get into the details of the bad info, below is some background and an update on the planning process and MORE’s role in it.