The Disciples of Dirt Mountain Bike Club (DOD) boasts members from all over the Pacific Northwest and beyond, but we focus our efforts within Oregon’s Southern Willamette Valley, where the club was founded and the majority of our membership live and ride. Club members share a high level of passion for mountain biking and the DOD is well known within the cycling world for being stewards of our local trails and champions for improved trail access for cyclists.




DOD is always in need of volunteers for trail work, events, communication, and more. Please sign up HERE, and tell us about your skills and interests.

Thurston Hills

Thurston Hills

Due to wet, muddy conditions, Willamalane has closed both Yew Haw and Acer Spades mountain bike trails for the season. We’ll see you back on the trails in late spring!

Suzanne Arlie Park Master Plan Presentation

Okay, here we go! This project has been sitting on the shelf tantalizing us for several years but looks like the City of Eugene has finally started moving on it. Be sure to complete the survey at the link below and try to make the public meeting on December 9th. (6pm Bascomb-Tykeson Room  at the Eugene Public Library. If mountain bikers want a say in having real dirt trails to ride (as opposed to gravel paths) then this is our chance to make the size of our community known and our collective voice heard. https://

DOD Trailwork Hours 2019

The 2018/2019 trailwork season has wrapped up and the numbers show that our DOD trail volunteers were a busy bunch. We started out last fall with several days on Lawler rebuilding corners and tread then moved over to Thurston Hills to finish the job we started last year. But then in February it snowed. A lot. The trees came down (in the thousands) and the mountain bike community stepped up. We Disciples along with GOATS, ATCA, and other trail groups grabbed our chainsaws and tools and got to work clearing the Oakridge and McKenzie area trails of blowdown. The task seemed overwhelming at times but our spirits held forth and bit by bit, tree by tree, we got those trails open. It took all spring to do it, but finally when summer came, we were able to put down our tools and enjoy riding bikes on our local trails again.

In the midst of the massive storm cleanup, DOD trail volunteers also came out to help build a re-route on the Middle Fork Trail at Coal Creek as part of a floodplain restoration project with the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council.

This much community effort is worth shouting about. DOD volunteers contributed close to 3,000 hours this last trailwork season, including almost 2,000 hours worked on the Willamette National Forest trails. Huge thanks to all who gave their time and energy. Our trail volunteers rock!

Join The DOD

There are tons of great reasons to join the Disciples of Dirt.  Whether it’s to help protect and improve local mountain biking trail access, member rewards program or even helping cover our events. How could one argue with that!

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