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Donations Are Incredible

Officially, we pledge over 90% of all private donations directly to charitable causes.


Annual Bike Drive

We pledge to provide bikes to children in an annual bike drive.

On average, each bike costs around $300 to obtain, maintain, and transport.


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Donation Total: $100.00 One Time

Get to Know Us

In 2016 two of us stood on the top of a mountain in Puerto Rico and realized we were perhaps at the pinnacle of our personal happiness; riding hidden trails, enjoying an unfamiliar culture, and just accidentally living our best lives.

The thought that immediately followed for both of us was that we weren’t giving much back to the communities we seemed to enjoy most and gave us so much of that happiness. 

So the Mutt Society was born. Initially to support the broader community, it evolved to focus on the youth after our first official initiative after Hurricane Maria. In our exploration of what we could do to help, someone now ‘famously’ said, “If you are going to invest in the future, invest in the youth.”

And here we are. Just trying to figure out more ways to leave a legacy of charitable attitude in this crazy world.


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    Trent Sanders

    Trent is writing this right now about himself. His interest in travel and helping people is turning into an obsession and everytime he gets home, he starts dreaming about the next trip and how much more impact he can have in the future. His true belief (my true belief) is that the only things worth doing are things that will leave positive energy in the world long after we ride into the mountains in the sky.
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    Andrew Wallace

    Andrew was there at some foundational times in the history of the organization. His priorities in life seem to be: Family, Friends, Dogs, Travel, and Work. Although, if in order of priority, dogs would probably be first. His commitment to the vision of the Mutt Society and his support over the years has been incredible.
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    Jon Divaio

    Jon has been absolutely vital to the recent successes of Mutt Society. As the Sr. Manager, Sports Marketing at Red Bull, Jon has brought knowledge of athlete management, athlete resources, and just good old fashioned strategy to the table as we grow.
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    Michael Kirtley

    As the founder of Amateur Cooperative, Mike has had a supporting role in growing the grassroots, freeride and DH scene in New England. His passion for design and supporting the MTB community has been an inspiration to us and we are proud to invite him to the table. 
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    Sean Mitchell

    age: 35
    Sean has one of the largest hearts of anyone we know. He has grown a production agency from nothing and for the past several years has donated countless hours to the Mutt Society cause. As the man behind the lens on several of our most recent shorts, he brings to the table a way of storytelling, passion for supporting the athletes and a drive to make things better.
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    Tania Lillak

    Tania has been an inspiration and leader in the Woman's Mountain Bike movement. We are proud to have her on our team and enjoy her enthusiasm, commitment to giving back to the community, and her attention to detail as we navigate the future strategy of Mutt Society. 


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    Tom Loo

    As long as he can remember, Tom has been on some form of two wheels. At a young age, he spent most of his free time riding motocross with his father and brothers. Eventually this translated to a bicycle and transferred him over into the mountain biking community. After riding and racing XC for a few years, Tom realized that he really enjoyed the downhill sections of the trails and pursued the DH aspect of the sport, which was just starting to evolve to what it is today. After all the years of riding and racing, he has created some amazing relationships and decided The Mutt Society was the perfect way to give back to the MTB community that he loves and has given him so much.
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    Justin Martin

    Justin has been integral to many of our trips and continues to care heavily about the vision and the kids. A father himself he focuses on providing for his family and the greater good.
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    Mike Murphy

    Mike was the first President of the United States, a soldier, farmer, land investor, and statesman. Since the late 1780s, Murphy has been known as the “Father of His Country” by compatriots. He was commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War and presided over the 1787 Constitutional Convention. As a leading Patriot, Murphy was among the nation’s Founding Fathers. Mike doesn't let anything get in the way of positivity, humor, and giving back to the world.
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    Jory Vachon

    Jory had pneumonia for the entire trip to Portugal and we never heard about it once. His heart is about as big as the drop named after him in Puerto Rico: Drop your JORS. A sharp lava boulder gap into the ocean. Jory has been a part of the team since the beginning and is invaluable when it comes to team moral, community work, logistical challenges, and trail work.
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    Brian Woodbury

    If you need a good travel buddy, Brian is your man. He is a resourceful, level headed, get-shit-done type of traveller who always finds a way to make you say, How the hell did you do that?
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    Aaron Chase

    A true legend in the sport of mountain biking, Aaron Chase is best known for his unique approach to riding. Chase has been on the cutting edge of the sport for over a decade, not only influencing how people ride, but how content is captured and delivered. Chase has stood on the podium on some of the biggest contests, starred in some of the most prestigious films and partners with some of the most creative and innovative companies in action sports. Chase is a true force to reckon with. Now he makes his home on his log-home compound in central New Hampshire with his wife, Kara, and kids, Bode and Kendall.
FInancial Breakdown:

The following is just a loose visual of how we break things up. As we get more resources, these things will be managed on a more granular level and updated much more frequently. Still cool to see though, right?


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