Although TCA officially has only come into being in the Spring of 2019. It’s three owners/partners have been designing, building and maintaining trails for over a combined 42 years. We each have volunteered extensively across the whole spectrum of trails in the Western NY and North West Pennsylvania area. Now that a few us recently retired,the opportunity to pull together and build a business has finally occurred.
Greg Snow- Business Manager
Lifelong Chautauqua County resident and bicycle enthusiast. Riding bikes without training wheels for
over 50 years and mountain bikes since the mid 80’s. Loves the outdoors and nature. Interests and
hobbies; biking, trail building, audio electronics, music, photography.
Audio and technology specialist at SUNY Fredonia, chancellor’s award for excellence in 2013. Teaching
audio electronics for the Sound Recording program at Fredonia’s School of Music.
Owner of Audio Services Co, a recording studio specialty electronics company in business since 1982.
Owner/ operator of G’s Trees, a tree farm in Forestville, NY.
Specialized training in trail planning, cost estimating, chainsaw and machine operations for trail building.
Constructed 8 miles of private trails in Forestville and assisted with several miles at HHE. Extensive
experience operating chainsaws, tractors, backhoe and excavators.
Got connected with Thom Wright and Paul Mosher while building and maintaining the trail system at
Harris Hill. Caught the trail building bug from Thom and now as enthusiastic about building trails as
riding on them. Dedicated trail work volunteer at Harris Hill and Jake’s Rocks. Western NY Mountain
Bicycle Association’s volunteer of the year award 2018 and on the club’s board of directors.
Paul Mosher- Operations Manager Paul was b orn and raised in Colden NY. (Erie County)
Thom Wright- Project Developer Thom has been the primary designer, builder and chief contact with the Land Manager for Harris Hill Ext. Over the last 14 years, HHE has become an 18 mile single-track mecca in the heart of Chautauqua County NY. Thom not only has gone from wish to design to ride ready trails, he has also been a part of 3 IMBA trail crew visits to the region. Holding fast to the sustainable trail rules, he has been great at creating stellar ride experiences on a limited budget and space. Thom has an eye for finding interesting lines and dealing with various pitfalls that might derail where a trail can succeed. Although hand tools are Thom’s forte, he has also recently completed mechanized trail building while attending PTBA conference in West Virginia.