FAQ/Resources

FAQ-

Q: Is Dirt Project just for mountain bikers?

A: No.  It is for anyone anywhere on a bike.

Q: Is Dirt Project just for the 815

A:  It is true we are focused on the 815, but we will also do what we can to help advocate for bikes anywhere.

 


Resources-

Sustainable Trails Coalition Home-   http://www.sustainabletrailscoalition.org/

Singletracks Article-  https://www.singletracks.com/blog/mtb-trails/responses-to-5-arguments-against-the-human-powered-travel-in-wilderness-areas-act/

People For Bikes – Advocates for improving bike safety and improving places to ride.  – https://peopleforbikes.org/

Gravel routes and roads, users add local gravel near them so all can benefit-  https://gravelmap.com/

Do bikes belong In Wilderness by Sierra (magazine for The Sierra Club).  This article does an good job of presenting unbiased facts to participants from both sides of the aisle- https://www.sierraclub.org/sierra/do-bikes-belong-wilderness-areas

Marin County, CA-   https://dirtproject.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/e8be4-a4b_fact_book_single_page_low_rez.pdf

National Trails Training Partnership- Natural Resource Impacts of Mountain Biking- By: Gary Sprung

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