COTA's First Annual Rider Survey
COTA is a 100% donation-based nonprofit that plans, builds, and maintains 500 miles of singletrack trails in Central Oregon. COTA's mission is to develop, protect, and enhance the Central Oregon mountain biking experience through trail stewardship, advocacy, collaboration, and education. This is our first annual rider survey and we want to hear from you! Thanks for taking a few minutes of your time to complete this survey.
Are you a COTA member?
No (Click link below to become a member)
BECOME A MEMBER HERE!
How often do you ride in Central Oregon?
Multiple times a week
Once a week
Once a month
Less than once a month
Which of COTA's chapters do you ride in the most? (Check all that apply.)
Bend (Phil's, Wanoga, Swampy, Welcome Center, Dutchman, Skyliner, etc.)
Crook County (66 Trails, Lookout/Round Mtn, Scotty/Cougar/Potlid)
Madras (Madras East Hills)
Redmond (Maston, Cline, Cascade View, Radlands)
Sisters (Bike Park 242)
South Deschutes County (Afternoon Delight, Sunriver Trails)
Have you participated in COTA trail work events?
Yes! Multiple times
Yes, once or twice
No, I have not
Find work events here!
How would you rank the following priorities for Central Oregon's trails?
Add more features to existing trails
Build more advanced/expert trails
Build more beginner/intermediate trails
Build more skills areas
Do more to maintain existing trails
Do more to promote responsible riding
Is there anything you would add to the list of priorities above?
Did you know?
Yes! I knew that
I did not know that
Bikers yield to horses
Bikers yield to hikers/runners
Downhill bikers yield to uphill bikers
Riding muddy trails widens trails and increases erosion
Where do you get information about COTA? (Check all that apply.)
Word of mouth
How important is it to you to have more of these types of trails and other bike features
Bike parks and skills areas
Easy (green) trails
Intermediate (blue) trails
Advanced (black) trails
Expert (double black) trails
Trails/skills areas in town or close to town
Dirt jumps (e.g., Lower Whoops)
Rock tech (e.g., COD)
Wood features (e.g., Madras East Hills)
Tell us why trails inspire you!
Is there anything else you'd like us to know?
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