Advocacy alert! There are three upcoming public meetings we are encouraging GROC members to show support at this November.
After months of construction, GROC has finished the new pump track at Dryer Road Park, and it is a work of dirt art! On 9/14 we had our first track jam and it was a hit with riders of all ages, from young to (kinda) old, there were tons of smiles!
by GROC on May 28, 2018
Little Rippers are rolling into GROC!
We're stoked to announce the start of GROC's Little Rippers group rides. The Little Rippers are a group of 7+ year old kids in the area who have been getting together to ride MTB's once a week for the last couple years. We've been having a great time out on the local trails watching the kids get better and more confident every week. Starting on June 12 the ride is going to be open to everyone!
by GROC on April 03, 2018
Our organization is supported through amazing volunteers, corporate sponsorships, and financial contributions from generous donations and membership dollars. Each year we have a membership drive we are reminded just how important our members are to the work we do. From a financial perspective, the money generated from membership allows GROC to cover its operating expenses. From an advocacy perspective, our strength is in our numbers. The larger our membership, the more weight our efforts carry with land managers and politicians when we advocate to protect and build trails.
by GROC on November 29, 2017
Remember when mountain biking was about having fun and not about being the fastest or the lightest? If you took more than 0.3 seconds to answer that question, then put your current bike on Pinkbike right now. Go ahead, I’ll wait.
While you’re doing that, let me tell you about why you need to put your current rig on a diet of pure carbs, fat, sugar or whatever the nutritional bogeyman du jour is.
So why should you get a fat bike (if you didn’t jump on the bandwagon over the last 5 years already)?