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AGM 2023

Online link to follow, 7pm

After a pretty hard but epic year, we are taking time to reflect to on the progress of all the riders and builders who have helped to maintain the trails they use. We will then look forward to 2023, and share some of our plans and you can find out how you can get involved with Aberdeenshire’s trail network.

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Come and hear our 2022 recap and what’s planned for 2023. 

We will also be looking to fill some new positions.

Grab a beer, plug in, and get involved in what comes next.

Join us and find out how you can get involved in maintaining the trails you love to ride.

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Due to growth and development, members changing roles and moving on, we have some spaces to fill. As a committee member you will be involved in the development of the ATA and hold decision making capacity. Your position will focus on one area, but supporting the overall drive and development is also required. We meet a minimum of monthly face-to-face, other meetings may take place virtually. If you are interested in any of the following positions, please get In Touch to find out more

Committee Positions: The Following positions are available to join our committee

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A previous, active, member of the ATA committee who may not have time and space to be involved fully but has knowledge and experience to advise and take part in decision making.

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Welcome to Aberdeenshire Trail Association

Promoting, achieving and maintaining sustainable mountain bike trail networks in the North East of Scotland

Formed in 2018, with significant support from the organisation Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland (DMBinS), the Aberdeenshire Trail Association (ATA) has a long term vision to increase the quality and sustainability of the region’s mountain bike trail network by deploying proactive maintenance measures, through landowner liaison.   Find out through this website how you can help.

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