All the riders at Strathfieldsaye's BMX track want is some dirt, and maybe a few tools.
At least two of them are working at the track for hours every day after school and on the weekend, to keep their jumps alive.
The track was built over 20 years from dirt and water by generations of young riders.
Rider Luke Blakely was inspired to begin a GoFundMe page after watching kids "absolutely smashing it" out at the track.
He himself had spent time there as a kid, and he just wanted to give the new generations a helping hand.
Mr Blakely has the earth moving machinery the riders need to move the dirt, but there's no more dirt they can use at the tracks.
Some wheelbarrows and shovels would also come in handy, Mr Blakely sees some of the kids using trowels to smooth the jumps' surface.
The hard work has paid off though. After a few years lying abandoned, the track is back to looking good.
"It's been there for over 20 years and it's always had a group of kids that'll come through and put blood and sweat and tears into the joint," Mr Blakely said.
"The way the joints looking at the moment these kids have absolutely smashed it out and you could hold events there.
"It looks like it should be in a BMX magazine really."
The jumps are just mounds of dirt, but they need constant maintenance to remain safe, solid and usable.
It means hours spent moving the soil, wetting the jumps and smoothing the tracks.
Mr Blakely hopes the money will also help the BMX track progress.
The kids want to build new jumps, but there's no more dirt they can use at the track. A $2000 boost from the GoFundMe could get them the dirt they need.
Josh Boykett has been using the tracks for about 10 years. Now 22. he has two young children himself, who he'd like to see involved in something similar.
There was a big sense of pride in the place among those who work on the jumps, he said.
He'd estimate that at least 25 hours of manual labour would be done at the track each week, all by volunteers.
"It's probably 20 kids that are trying to make something out of piles of dirt and we've gotten to a point where we can't progress any further without any help," Mr Boykett said.
"Everyone that's down there is just trying to make the best out of what we've got and do something that everyone can enjoy and appreciate and actually use."
You can donate at the Strathfieldsaye BMX dirt jumps GoFundMe page.
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