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Volunteering Trail Stats

Image provided by Singletracks (54% of mtbers reported volunteering 0 hours to trail work)


by Matt Hayes

An interesting infographic was published by Singletracks.com recently and among the various stats* were these related to... Read more

Tags: volunteer, stats, infographic, Trail Building

Fall 2014 Trail Building Schedule

Fall 2014 Trail Building Schedule


The 2014 Fall Trail Building Schedule has been posted to the website under the Rides and Events Tab -> Events subsection.

We are attaching our schedule as a... Read more

Tags: news, Trail Building, announcement, Schedule, fall schedule

Terrain Magazine Article on Trail Building

Terrain Mag - GORC Article


GORC is once again in the news and this time we are gracing the digital pages of locally-based Terrain Magazine. The article discusses our trail building philosophy and techniques, letting people in on the 'secret' of how our local parks sprout new singletrack multi-use trails. Bryan... Read more

Tags: news, Magazine, article, Terrain Magazine, education, Interview, Trail Building

Volunteers Needed for Trail Building at Calumet Creek


Volunteers Needed for Trail Building at Calumet Creek

WEST ALTON, MO – US Army Corps of Engineers Park Rangers from the Rivers Project Office are working on the improvement of a hiking and mountain biking trail at the Calumet Creek Access Area located 4 miles north of Clarksville... Read more

Tags: news, Calumet Creek, trailbuilding, workday, volunteer

Fly6 - A Tail-Light With An All-Seeing Eye

Fly6 mounted on a bike


Overview

The Fly6 is a brand new cycling accessory that makes you say "I wish I'd thought of that!" Combining a rear tail-light and a recording device into a solid 132g package, the camera/tail-light hybrid watches the world from behind.

As stated on the Fly6 website and... Read more

Tags: review, component, accessory, Fly6, camera, tail-light, safety

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