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.

"Climbing up at the far end - "Springs" section." Trail: White Mesa Bike Trails, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Photo: Jerry Hazard.

"Sharp Point - Albany, Western Australia." Photo: Dave Polette.

Photo courtesy of Projekt Roam.

"Dave RS ripping it up down the Lancaster Black Diamond Trail in Perth Western Australia!" Photo: Jon Lloyd.

Rider: Geoff Gulevich. Photo: Margus Riga.

Sibillini vertride! Italy. Photo: Sergio Barboni.

Rider: Wade Simmons. Photo: Margus Riga.

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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.

7 thoughts on “Week in Review: Mountain Bike PODs

  1. Hey, I live in Colorado and try to ride almost everyday. Have you had the chance to ride in CO? I live in the front range so I get to shred the hoggback, white ranch, mnt. falcon and tons of other trails all within 10 minutes of my home. What is the riding like in Georgia?

    • Yep, I’ve lived in CO before and travel there as often as I can!

      The riding in north GA is pretty good: lots of climbing, just not as long of climbs as in the colorado mountains. The Georgia clay offers excellent traction when dry.

      I’d rather live and ride in CO though!

    • White Mesa is like really like riding on a Star Trek set, the geology is so varied. One of my favorite get-a-way-from-some-of-it-all places for sure!

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