Week in Review: Mountain Bike PODs

Every day of the week we feature an excellent user-submitted mountain bike photo as our Photo of the Day. Just in case you missed one or two from the past week, here are the seven most recent PODs that we’ve published. To view a larger version of the image, just click on it.

"Paul chillin' out (literally) on the long climb on Belcher trail at White Ranch Open Space today (12/23/12). The winds were gusting so strong it knocked us off the trail several times. The trails at the top were covered in a foot of snow...and we had a blast ripping downhill in it though." Photo: Brandon Solari.

"Darcy going sideways." Photo: beach_boy86.

Reversi su Claymore. Italy. Photo: Sergio Barboni.

Trail: Twin Buttes, Durango, Colorado. Photo: norski.

"Throwing 3s. Rider: Eric Hillen." Photo: beach_boy86.

"Camino a Punta Corral, Tilcara, Northern Argentina." Photo: Francisco Jose.

Trail: Chuckwagon, Sedona, Arizona. Photo: norski.

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About Greg Heil

My name is Greg Heil, and I am the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com. I've been mountain biking seriously since 2005, and I love to travel and ride new trails. My travels have taken me across the United States multiple times. To date (November 2013), I have ridden hundreds of different trails in 18 different states, and am adding more singletrack to my trail resume every year! I enjoy all types of mountain biking, from ultra endurance cross country all the way up to chair lift-accessed downhill runs.

2 thoughts on “Week in Review: Mountain Bike PODs

  1. As usual, love the Sedona pic. Wife wants to visit family in Tucson over spring break–even if she flies, I drive and stop in Sedona on the way–fingers crossed. Never been on Chuckwagon–looks most excellent!

  2. I couldn’t agree more, skibum. Every time I see a Sedona pic, I want to plan a trip to Tucson to visit friends with an extra stop in Sedona. Just beautiful trails and scenery up there!

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