The New Trail in Town

The Disciples of Dirt have had a busy fall, winter and spring working in partnership with the Willamalane Park and Recreation District to develop new mountain bike trails in Thurston Hills. More than one hundred forty volunteers participated in at least one of the...

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Disciples of Dig

The 2016/2017 trailwork season is over and the numbers are in. DOD volunteers reported over 2,800 hours clearing and maintaining our local trails. Last winter saw an emphasis on clearing trails as our workers logged overtime ... literally logging out dozens of trees...

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DOD Puts the Finishing Touches on Lawler

We had 30 volunteers show up on a drizzly Saturday in the Willamette National Forest. A variety of projects and tasks were undertaken including crib wall construction, tread restoration/drainage and enhancements, as well as a culvert installation. Tacovore, Oakshire...

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All Comer’s Meet XIII

Our biggest event of the year was another huge success! On January 15, 2017 we gathered at the Carpenter Bypass (Whypass) parking lot to share in social time, group rides, food, fun, and more! A Review from a First-Time ACM Attendee As a novice mountain biking human...

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New Trail Development in Thurston Hills

Disciples of Dirt to Partner with Willamalane Park and Recreation District Disciples of Dirt is extremely excited to share the following press release from Willamalane, the Springfield Parks and Recreation organization. We will have more exciting news and details to...

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Approved: The Lawler Extension

New Trail Anticipated to be Complete by Fall 2016 Disciples of Dirt are pleased to announce that after several years of dreaming, discussing, planning, and inspecting, the Lawler extension project has finally been approved! Even better, there is already a final design...

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Out of The Swamp

The Soggy Bottom of North Shore Tie gets a Serious Makeover Laying down gravel is certainly not a mountain biker's first choice for building and maintaining trails. But when we have a trail that is undrainable, unsustainable, and unrideable, then sometimes we have to...

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Keeping Track of Trailwork

  The 2014/2015 trailwork season which follows the USFS fiscal year is all but over … and the numbers are in! This year Disciples of Dirt volunteers logged a whopping 3,144 hours maintaining and improving our local trails as well as building several miles of brand new...

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A Hard Working Crew Buffs Out Hardesty

  From Stem to Stern, Hardesty Trail is now Ship-Shape Disciples of Dirt Trailwork: Saturday April 18th. With 23 volunteers representing DOD and GOATS, nearly every section of the Hardesty trail received some attention. We managed to tick off all of the items on our...

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All Comer’s Meet XI

  January 18th 2015 at Carpenter Bypass Trail System Sunshine, high clouds, temps in the 50s, and only one brief shower made for a perfect January day … and brought 225 riders out to Carpenter Bypass for ACM XI. DOD got to show our guests all of the classic Whypass...

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