Laughing and cycling through grassy fields is where the idea of urbandirt was formed
We were simply having fun and thought – hey‽ – can’t we all have fun?
So, we found some excited people to help unlock a forgotten gate. We chuckled at its opening – in disbelief that no one had opened it yet. But, when we peeked through there were faint tire tracks. More people who love cycling are starting to find these off-road trails. We are interested in helping you find these forgotten gates. And, we want to create a kind and inclusive community that you can enjoy these moments with.
As of our soft launch day of June 21, 2020, we are looking for more curators to help us all find this natural splendor. Do you want to help?
At the moment we are looking for many things! Could you help us curate:
Whole new sections. So far we are thinking about: food, gear review, journal, photography, video, events
We’d love to connect and share knowledge. Please be in touch we are looking for diverse ideas and direction!
meet the people behind urbandirt
Sharing joy for cycling through photography, route making, and enthusiastic high-fives! @jazzyboo350
Proliferating urbandirt through digital organization and backend site development
Enjoys sunsets and long rides on dirt. Passionate about education & youth empowerment.
Makes neat graphics and creates cool routes
Logo and branding guru by day, informal ally-cat racer by night
Route designer, ride coordinator, and part time developer
Bikes up, down, all around, and then makes cycling easier for the every day person
Rides bikes and writes words and likes very much to play in the woods
Has more fun on a bike more than other activities. What are the other activities?
Two wheel enthusiast biking in the city and woods with my dog @ninaaainc! Here to help with the platform and find routes for families
Likes to create films that inspire you to stop watching the video and go shred your own urban dirt
Can often be found biking in Lowell and on the Bruce Freeman trail with her neighbors, or exploring connections between small parcels of green spaces to make up epic day rides in the area.
Getting lost in New England is my happy place, especially when I find myself next to great friends & food.
Enthusiastic underbiker, amateur vintage mechanic, professional cutoffs and sandals rider
Adventure enabler on two wheels with (preferably very) knobby tires
Creating cycling content on two wheels and spreading good vibes!
Riding in and reading about the East Bay hills, shooting film, and drinking coffee.