The City of Prescott public works crew and dedicated volunteers have invested over two hundred hours of collective effort to turn an old, overgrown sandpit into a place to learn basic mountain bike skills. It’s all part of the concept plan approved by city council last year. Building a mountain bike skills course is the first part of the project.
Last May, volunteers braved rain, mud, and heat to shape the basic contours of the course, but they needed clay to make the surface stick. That’s where Crystal and Dave Zeverino trucked in to our rescue. Through their companies DZ Trucking LLC and DZ Repair LLC, they generously donated 300 cubic yards of clay to form the base for the pump track. Thank you, DZ!