Help build the longest urban single-track trail in the United States

Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores and Fitger’s Brewhouse are teaming up again to offer “Taps for Trails.”

For every $4 Duluth Traverse commemorative glass purchased at the Brewhouse, $2 will go to COGGS development of the Duluth Traverse Trail. Another $1 will be donated with every refill.  A limited amount of glasses are available!!

This fundraising event runs May 19, 20, 21 and 22.

5 Comments

woodtick

about 13 years ago

Lugged three of them thar Duluth Traverse pint glasses back up the hill after first draining them last night.  Fuel...  and for a great cause!

This trail will indeed be epic and THE best urban slab of singletrack in the U.S.!  Thanks to all involved: local bike shops, COGGS, IMBA, volunteers, Cities of Duluth, Proctor and Hermantown, St. Louis County, Fitger's, etc.

Adam S

about 13 years ago

I suggest filling them often with the Imperial Pilsner.  Keep refilling them through Sunday!

digit3

about 13 years ago

The glasses are really nice and do support a great cause. Never enough good singletrack around here!

ian

about 13 years ago

Who do I talk to to volunteer?

digit3

about 13 years ago

If you are interested in helping COGGS with trail building, you can contact Matt Evingson their trail coordinator via:

trails at coggs dot com

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