Keep it Clean.

Mr. Jenkins, keeping the Southland clean for you and me.Here's the scoop: Love riding at Romoland? Want to help make it even more awesome, pictureque, and well, even available? Then join us next weekend for the...

First Annual Romoland Clean Up Day.

Saturday May 30*

Tim Holm has been in discussions with Romoland area property owners, who actually are quite positive about motorcycling, and even us trials kooks. The BLM has continually worked with us to hold our Jack Volder Classic and Happy Trials. What these people, and we too, do not like is the abundant litter and trash dumped in the hills of our beloved Romoland. Wallboard, lumber, trash are piled, dumped, and left to spoil. Sad state frankly.

This clean up effort will go a long way in building positive relationships with our outdoor partners, and helps keep doors and access opeen. Further, it  shows that we're serious about taking care of our riding areas, and keeping our lands clean. So, here's the plan, my fellow do-gooder:

9:00 am, Saturday May 30

* If needed, 9:00 am Sunday, 5/31.

No bikes, empty trucks: Bring some work gloves, a rake or whatever, and a sh*tload of garbage bags, and let's clean this place out. There is a section that has had a couch near it for five years running I'll bet. Next weekend, I'm hauling that mother out. There's old plumbing, old trash, bullet shells, probably a dead meth dealer, who knows? Let's pack it out!

Seriously, no bikes this one time.

Figure we'll meet at 9:00 am, clean the pits/staging area, and work our way out from there. Tacos and beer after? Let's talk. Who's with us?

Russ, Pete, Tim, Art B, and you, yes? Please let us know.

Also, I humbly bring you an update of sorts. The 45th Annual El Trial results are now up and posted. Little green color bars have been added to make them even mo' better. I hope you can figure it out, its a touch crazy. But I get it. And Finally, we have also posted the year-end series results! Big huge fat thanks to Tim and Don for all their work, throughout the year. It's all that behind the scenes stuff that make it all work so smooth...