The Community Corner webpage is dedicated to promoting organizations that benefit racers, volunteers, and the community in general.
The A List
Chris Webster's (formerly Chris Rumohr) The A List™ is the National Capital area's largest informational active clearing house for adventure racing training and racing, providing free training events, clinics, and race simulations to nearly 300 racers in the area and nationwide. The A List™ welcomes all levels of adventure racers in the area - from those who have never raced before all the way to veteran Eco Challenge athletes. To join The A List, contact Chris at email@example.com
With 18 years of trail advocacy, the 500 members of the Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts (MORE) maintain over 300 miles of natural surface trails in 25 parks around the region. Members contribute over 3,000 hours of volunteer labor annually, and have opened or constructed over 100 miles of new trail since 1995. The club also leads hundreds of rides each year at local parks, ranging from beginner to advanced levels.
MORE is committed to environmentally sound and socially responsible mountain biking, facilitating recreational trail cycling, educating about the sport of mountain biking, maintaining local trails, and advocating for increased multi-user trail access.
EX2 Adventures supports MORE with financial donations and volunteer labor. For the past several years, EX2 has donated proceeds from a bike raffle to MORE.
To become of MORE member, visit www.more-mtb.org
Quantico Mountain Bike Club
The Quantico Mountain Bike Club (QMTB) exists to promote the sport of mountain biking aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA, maintain and improve the mainside trails, and provide opportunities for group recreational rides and racing to our members. QMTB is open to active duty, retired and former service members, their dependents, and civilians from the surrounding area. To learn more about the club's organization and activities, visit www.quanticomtb.org.
Quantico Orienteering Club
Quantico Orienteering Club is the Washington DC areas source for the sport of orienteering. Each year they produce over 20 orienteering events in local parks. All QOC events include courses suitable for beginners to seasoned vets. The friendly volunteers at QOC go out of there way to welcome newcomers and offer beginner clinics before each event. To learn more, visit http://qoc.nova.org
The Shenandoah Mountain Rescue Group is a professional volunteer wilderness search and rescue organization established to provide assistance to those who become lost or injured in the outdoors. SMRG has supported VentureQuest for the past several years. To join or to learn more about SMRG, visit www.smrg.org.
See Mommy Run
Are you a mom that likes to sweat? Join the existing 11,000 cool moms who participate in running or walking groups through www.seeMOMMYrun.com.
The site is a free nationwide service for moms to find child-friendly groups convenient to your location, schedule, and fitness level.
s of all ages and stages are members of seeMOMMYrun. Join us to make some great mom friends and be a great role model for your family!