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.



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!


about 13 years ago

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


about 13 years ago

Who do I talk to to volunteer?


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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