SUPPORTERS

Many partners, most notably the City of Richmond, are helping to make Dirt World a reality.

 

Friends of the Richmond Greenway 

Friends of Richmond Greenway is a community group helping to transform what was once an

abandoned railroad corridor into a verdant ribbon of parkland stretching across the city.  FORG includes roughly 17 community-based organizations working together to bring this vision to reality.

Rich City Rides

Dedicated to improving the lives of Richmond residents through cycling, Rich City Rides, a visionary nonprofit org, helped give birth to Dirt World.

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Urban Tilth

Our allies at Urban Tilth are dedicated to creating a "more healthy, sustainable, and just food system" in our community.

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AHS Cougars

The Albany, CA, High School Mountain Biking Team supports Dirt World.  Coach Daniel Santos says the bike park organizers are a model of “commitment, work, perseverance and fun!”

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Trips For Kids

Trips for Kids is “excited to collaborate” with the Dirt World team “to get more kids exposed to biking and beyond.”

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Restoration Design Group

Landscape architects from the Restoration Design Group are providing planning, coordination, design and facilitation needed to reinvent and rehabilitate this section of the Richmond Greenway.

NorCal Cycling League

We're proud to announce the support of the NorCal Cycling League. League executive director Vanessa Hauswald says, “bicycle skills parks give kids a free place to go that is both fun and positive.”

Richmond Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee

Our friends at BPAC say Dirt World will "engage teenagers and strengthen the community by bringing kids together in a fun and healthy environment."

Richmond Friends of Recreation 

Our fiscal sponsor is Richmond Friends of Recreation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to improving the well-being of our community by "generating financial support for parks, facilities, tennis and aquatics programs."