Home Page - madcitydirt.com

Mud Dead Ahead
by TheMayor1 on December 10, 2014, 08:57 am
As we look ahead at the weather this week and into the next it's going to be very tempting to jump on the bike. Unfortunately with our milder temperatures the trails are vulnerable to damage from users. The warmth after frost will mean truly muddy conditions. Even last weekend the Fat Bikes were leaving some marks/ruts on a few of the trails. So, we are asking riders to hit the pavement instead during our pre-holiday warm up. Thanks for keeping our trails in good shape and rut-free!

CORP Holiday Party
by RenegadeRick on December 10, 2014, 06:28 am


Sunday, December 14th

910 Watson Ave
Madison, WI 53713

Please join us on Sunday December 14th for our year-end meeting/party. The board meeting is open to all members. We will have a mini-bike swap, a recap of accomplishments this past year, a preview of the trail building projects/events on the agenda for next year, volunteer-of-the-year award, food, music, and beverages. A good time will be had by all. Car and bike parking available. We have a limited number of spots for the bike swap and could also use a few volunteers to help set-up for the event--please p.m. Tim Barber if interested.


2:00 p.m. Board meeting: outgoing board and nominees
4:30 p.m. Mini bike swap/ social
5:30 p.m. Member meeting/food.

20th Anniversary Jersey Style Poll
by JHenry on November 03, 2014, 12:27 pm
Next year is CORP's 20th anniversary so we are putting together a sweet jersey to celebrate what the club has accomplished in the area. Let us know what cut/style jersey you prefer. This will help us decide what company to work with.

We could also use one or two people with a graphic design/marketing background to help with the design. Mike Schrader and I have some pretty good ideas so far but a few more eyes wouldn't hurt  8)




CORP (Capital Off Road Pathfinders) is an IMBA-affiliated Wisconsin non-profit dedicated to building mountain bike trails and organizing bike-related events in the Madison area and across South Central Wisconsin.