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BMBA Shines a Light on Trail Safety: Lost Dog Trailhead Illuminated

On Tuesday, September 26, the Borderland Mountain Bike Association (BMBA) teamed up with Rudd Electric to shed light on a pressing issue at the Lost Dog Trailhead in El Paso, Texas. The collaboration marked another significant step in BMBA's mission to maintain and enhance trails while ensuring the safety of mountain bikers and hikers alike.


Lost Dog Trailhead, nestled in the picturesque Franklin Mountains, is a popular starting point for hikers and mountain bikers exploring the region's stunning natural beauty. However, the area faced a pressing concern - inadequate lighting that posed safety risks, especially during early morning or evening outings.


Recognizing the importance of ensuring safe access for all trail users, BMBA took action. With the support of Rudd Electric, a local electrical contractor known for its community-oriented approach, BMBA set out to remedy the situation.


BMBA's Commitment to Trail Maintenance


The Borderland Mountain Bike Association is not just about pedaling through the wild terrains; it's about preserving and improving the natural landscapes enthusiasts love exploring. BMBA's mission revolves around maintaining trails and fostering a safe and enjoyable environment for riders.


The collaboration between BMBA and Rudd Electric is a prime example of how the local community can address pressing issues and create lasting solutions for everyone's benefit.


Trail Safety and Community Enjoyment


The improved lighting at Lost Dog Trailhead concerns more than just addressing a safety concern. It's about ensuring that the community can continue enjoying the Franklin Mountains' natural beauty without hesitation. Whether you're an early riser looking to catch the sunrise or an evening adventurer taking in the breathtaking desert landscapes under the moonlight, BMBA's efforts have made these experiences safer and more accessible.




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