Shuttle Day!

September 19/20 2015 – 9am to 3pm

Come help us kick off the 2015-2016 build season.

Ride nearly 11 miles of purpose-built mountain bike trails, and learn about opportunities to build more this fall with your volunteer support. Both XC and technical DH trails are planned and your trail building efforts are paramount to our success

The main line (Whistlepunk/Sexy Tree/Highballer/Springboard) descends 1500ft over 5 miles.

Register early for only $30 by September 12th or for $35 by September 17th. Shuttle rides guaranteed to those who register in advance to secure the proper count on reserved vehicles. On-site access to shuttles will be limited and not guaranteed.

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Help bring a pump track to Corvallis!

We brought a pump track to the Spring Roll this May, and it was the most popular feature in the roll – there was a line from before the event even started until the guys started taking the track apart to put it away.

Kids lined up and rode around the track 3 or 4 times before letting the next one on, and that continued for well over 3 hours.

We are working to raise money to bring this exact track to a park in Corvallis.  The city has agreed this is a good idea and we’re just working on finalizing the site.

pump_track_bigThere are many options available – we’d like to bring at least a medium-sized track to a park near you.  If you are interested in helping out or learning more, send an email to

All in all, the Spring Roll was very fun all around, hundreds rode around 3 city blocks for an hour.


Recent photos from the trails


During the short window for the 2015 Build It / Ride It Campaign, Team Dirt raised over $40,000 of the $60,000 goal for a

• Kubota U17 Excavator
• Canycom Mechanized wheel barrow
• Trailer for equipment storage
• Trail building tools

This will allow us to expand our trail systems with 30+ miles of proposed enduro, flow, downhill, and cross-country trails within the next five years.

Team Dirt volunteer time will be more effectively utilized with the support of machinery. Instead of spending countless hours breaking new ground by hand – a slow and tedious process – sustainable trails will be quickly and effectively structured using an excavator, and  our volunteers can instead use their efforts to polish the miles of new trails for you to ride!

2102, 2015

Corvallis Pump Track

Corvallis Pump Track
On December 18th, Team Dirt got approval from the  City of Corvallis Parks and Recreational Board  to privately fund a pump track to be installed in one of the parks.  Now it is our turn […]

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Recent news for Alsea Falls…

711, 2014

The Rogue Rider Approves

The Rogue Rider (Forrest Roth) at the Mail Tribune (in Medford Oregon) wrote a nice review of the trails at Alsea Falls.  The best quote was
If I wanted to get a beginner excited about mountain […]

610, 2014

Kat Sweet Skills Clinic

Team Dirt invited Kat Sweet to come to Alsea Falls and lead two skills clinics for all interested.  Kat offered two classes, an all-comer’s on Saturday (October 4) and a women’s only clinic on Sunday.  The […]

2609, 2014

Gazette Times – Mountain bikers flock to Alsea Falls

The Corvallis GT has a nice article on the popularity of the Alsea Falls trail system.  Most notable facts: 4000 riders since the opening in July, and most riders appear to be coming from Eugene.

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209, 2014

Alsea Falls, Team Dirt, Fall 2014 FUNdraiser and Shuttleday

Come join us for the fall 2014 Team Dirt FUNdraiser and Shuttle day

Please register here at Bike Reg

Saturday Septmeber 20th, 9:00am to 4:00pm

Sunday September 21st, 9:00am to 4:00pm

$30 +registration fees online before September 15

$35+ […]

Mission Statement

Team Dirt, a Chapter of IMBA, is dedicated to the stewardship of sustainable, multiple-use, and purpose built trails, to preserve access for mountain bikers through advocacy and education, and to promote responsible trail use. Team Dirt is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that works in conjunction with the BLM, Starker Forests, OSU College of Forestry, the USFS and other land managers to build and maintain trails throughout Benton County.