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PhotoPortland, Oregon (November 21, 2011) -- Lumberyard MTB has expanded its team with a new professional course designer. The young brand has tapped the expertise of Joe Prisel of fineGRAIN to lead the design of its parks.
PhotoJoe had left Trek/Ray's MTB in late summer to relocate to Portland and focus on building fineGRAIN - a bike park design/build consultancy. Joe is the most accomplished indoor bike park designer/builder in North America. His resume includes both of the Rays MTB locations, Flow Bike & Skate, work on both Woodward Camps, and the 2000-2003 X-Games courses. 
Photo"I'm stoked that we found such a great design partner. The timing couldn't have been better" says Will Heiberg, Lumberyard Founder. "In addition to leading the design work and coordinating the input from pro riders who are getting involved in specific features, Joe also brings a fresh perspective to the selection of ournext location.
PhotoThe Lumberyard has positioned itself to be the premier indoor bike park company in the Pacific Northwest. With the initial location underway in Portland, Oregon, the Lumberyard will deliver year-round riding opportunities to fulfill a latent need for recreational cyclists of all types, ages and abilities. The Lumberyard delivers more than simply a place to ride; its venues also serve as a community cycling hubs and a world-class training facilities.
Lumberyard marketing and public relations are managed by mangai.rollin.
Matthew Mangus - mangai.rollin

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