“Let’s Construct a Leap Path”
On a OneUp lunch experience again in 2017, we determined to construct a brand new bounce path in Squamish. After a prolonged allowing course of we began constructing a completely sanctioned, hand constructed bounce path.
The path begins on the backside of the legendary Half Nelson. It’s a single black bounce path with just a few non-compulsory double black options. It rides like a downhill pump monitor. The path is named Airplane Mode as a result of there’s no cell service on the path and the jumps are a good way to log some air miles. In June 2022, the path lastly opened to the general public.
From an thought on a lunch experience to a gap day celebration with a whole lot of individuals shredding collectively, Scott Secco’s quick documentary tells the story of how Airplane Mode was constructed and the three builders who led the cost. We hope you benefit from the movie. Should you’re passing Squamish come test it out!
$44,000 Raised for the Trails
From day 1, OneUp has donated 1% of all income to path associations, mountain bike advocacy and environmental conservation. We additionally help native initiatives in driving communities at any time when we are able to. When it got here time to launch Airplane Mode, we puzzled if the movie might assist deliver driving communities collectively and assist them increase cash for his or her trails.
Impressed by mtb movie premieres that was an annual custom, we helped path associations host their very own screenings. These occasions introduced individuals collectively and raised cash for his or her native trails. We gave occasion organizers entry to the unreleased movie, a keg of beer, door prizing and social posters to advertise the occasion. On the finish of the evening a grand prize of a full OneUp construct was raffled off to assist increase money.
If every other path associations need to host an Airplane Mode fundraising occasion contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.