Mountain Biking Lake Tahoe

Looking down on Lake Tahoe from the Flume Trail.

Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America, and with a depth of 1,645 feet it is the second-deepest lake in the United States (behind Crater Lake in Oregon). If you’ve ever been to Tahoe, you know: this lake is absolutely gorgeous! The water is so clear that you might have a hard …

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The Great Western Road Trip, 2012: Recap

Most of the stops on our journey.

One of the main things that stokes the fires of my mountain biking passion is travel. While mountain biking is exponentially more interesting than road riding, if I had to ride the same trails day in and day out (and year in and year out) I could easily imagine the flames dying down to low, …

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MTB in SoCal: General Impressions + Turnbull Canyon and Fullerton Loop

Jamis Dakar 650b Pro on the Fullerton Loop

During our 2 week stay in the Los Angeles area this past summer, I had the opportunity to ride numerous trails all over the region. To be frank, while I added and/or reviewed every single trail that I rode, many of them aren’t even worth writing about. Overall I found SoCal mountain biking to be …

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