Ready to Ride? 3 Trail Selection Tips for Beginners

 

You have the bike and the gear, and you’re itching to get out and ride! But before you do, there are a few things you should know when it comes to selecting the right trails. You may think you’re in … Continue reading

Bike Parks: Plainfield, IL, Elkridge, MD, and Manhattan, NY

 

Check out the series pilot for more information about bike parks in general. Plainfield Bike Park, Plainfield, Illinois Designed, built, and funded by volunteers, the Plainfield Bike Park has jump lines for all skill levels, as well as a pump track and … Continue reading

Bike Parks: I-5 Colonnade and Duthie Hill, Seattle, WA

 

Check out the series pilot for more information about bike parks in general. I-5 Colonnade Bike Park, Seattle, Washington The I-5 Colonnade bike park in Seattle was the first of a new breed of urban mountain bike skills parks that has been … Continue reading

Bike Parks: Fresno, Elk Grove, and Albuquerque

 

Check out the series pilot for more information about bike parks in general. Woodward Mountain Bike Skills Progression Park, Fresno, California This 10-acre progression park in Fresno helped pioneer bike park building in California and across the continent. Expertly designed … Continue reading

Bike Parks: Hinton, AB and Burnaby, BC

 

Check out the series pilot for more information about bike parks in general. Hinton Skills Park, Hinton, Alberta One of the first municipally owned bike parks, the Hinton Skills Park was donated by the Town of Hinton (TOH) to the … Continue reading

Bike Park Spotlight Series

 

Freeride mountain biking has exploded over the last 10-15 years. What started out as a few renegade downhillers dodging trees close to becoming (shock!) mainstream today. While in times past dirt jumping and freeriding used to require the construction of … Continue reading