Developing Urban Singletrack Trails & Teams
in Pagosa Springs, Colorado

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Board Members

President: Lance Thornton
Vice President: Mat DeGraaf
Secretary: Ron Houston
Treasurer: Andy Guinn
Members at Large: Kevin and Terri Daugherty, Anthony Doctor, Jim Hayes
Director of Trails: Annie Sewell
Director of Teams: Janine Emmets

Mailing Address

PO Box 3241
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

Email Mail Address

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Help DUST2 create and maintain our local trails, bring events to our community and instill biking enthusiasm in the next generation!


Original Wolf Creek Wheel Club

Original DUST2 – Trails and Teams

The Wolf Creek Wheel Club (WCWC), was created by Doug Call and Gary
Hopkins to facilitate group bike rides and socials in Pagosa Springs,
Colorado.  Through the years, the WCWC has hosted many socials and road, gravel and mountain bike rides, assisted with road cleanups and trail
maintenance and advocated for more local bike riding opportunities.

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Doug and Gary being recognized as "founding fathers" and long-time supporters and organizers of the Wolf Creek Wheel Club.
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Some of the original DUST2 board members during the 2015 Dakota Springs trail planning meeting with professional trail builder, Tony Boone.

It all started with a great idea and a lot of hard work. On September 4, 2015, nine people came together with a common goal to build trails and get kids on bikes.  Together they formed Developing Urban Singletrack Trails and Teams (DUST2).  Four years later, DUST2 had successfully partnered with the School District, the Town of Pagosa Springs, Archuleta County, and many local businesses and grantors to achieve their trail and team goals.

The Merger – 2019

After a series of joint board meetings between the WCWC and DUST2, it was determined that the often duplicated efforts of the respective organizations could be optimized by joining forces and resources into one organization with the mission of building trails, teams and community.