Public Land Agencies
Quite simply, without a working relationship with these land agencies would mean GORC would not be working with dirt on a regular basis. They manage the land you ride on. Unless it is private property, all the land you ride on is managed by one or more public land agencies. And by visiting their respective web sites, you can see they manage far more than just singletrack trails on their lands.
St. Louis is filled with other goal-oriented non-profit organizations. GORC has been introduced to a few of them over the years through social events. This list is not exhaustive, however, it represents a good cross sample of the clubs, race organizers and non-profits trying to make the St. Louis region a better place to ride a bike and have fun. A subset of the list is dedicated to out-of state clubs or organizations that have caught our eye over the years and it would be a shame to not spread the love.
This section is not a comprehensive list of the area's bike shops but a collection of businesses that have been mini-sponsors of GORC over the last 20 years through product donations, employee trail building support or cash donations.