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Rock Hollow Workday-- Saturday, November 20th 9am-1pm


This Saturday, Nov 20th at 9am is the first workday in Rock Hollow. We will construct one of the difficult creek crossings on the east side of the hollow, to demonstrate our skills, and to provide a model for the PTBA bidders that will eventually build the trail.

Sue Bell, County... Read more

Tags: rock hollow, trailbuilding, event, workday

Cranksgiving 2010: A Pictorial


Lisa and I decided, at the last minute, to check out the 2010 Cranksgiving ride last weekend. I'd heard about the charity ride a couple of years ago but never got around to actually participating.

It's pretty cool to say the least. Cranksgiving is an organized ride approximately... Read more

Tags: cranksgiving, ride report, event, group ride

Cliff Cave Map


Well, it was 5 years in the making, but it's finally here! The official GORC map for Cliff Cave County Park.

This can serve as another example of how someone who wants a trail somewhere decides that they're going to do what it takes to make it happen. There was no map, because... Read more

Tags: cliff cave, map, update

GORC Water Bottles


Momentum Cycles now stocks water bottles with the ultra exclusive GORC logo emblazoned on them. Proceed at once to your local Momentum shop and pick up one, two or a dozen. Momentum has graciously offered to share $1 from the sale of each water bottle with GORC. So, you get to stay... Read more

Tags: momentum cycles, water bottles, marketing

Of Berryman and Men


The Berryman is amazing.

The Berryman is difficult.

The Berryman is slowly wasting away.

These statements are all true. They have been for 20+ years. While I do not want to write a small book on the trail I will, however, explain the benefits of having the Berryman... Read more

Tags: berrymen, ozark trail, OTA, mark twain national forest

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