Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Quaking Aspen Trail, Zuni Mountain Trail System, Gallup, NM

 

The Quaking Aspen Trail snakes through aspen groves and slickrock drainages, as well as weaves through mixed pine forests and tackles a few short, sporadic technical sections along the way. This 3.5-mile trail is more descent-oriented in the counter-clockwise direction, … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Rattlesnake Ridge, Oak Mountain State Park, Alabama

 

Rattlesnake Ridge Trail can be an entertaining and sometimes challenging ride with skills testing opportunities on “obstacles of fun” encountered along the trail. Rattlesnake Ridge Trail offers mountain bikers an ample range of trail settings from narrow and serpentine to … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Orange Loop, Lake Stanley Draper Trail System, Oklahoma City, OK

 

The Orange Loop is a one-mile trail allows riders to travel along sweeping, red-hued singletrack that weaves through tight copses of trees and open sections alike. Red Rock Hill is encountered on this loop, standing out for being in the … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride, Oak Mountain State Park, AL

 

Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride lends tires blissful singletrack with a snug, tree-hugging turn from time to time, mixing it up a little bit. When ridden in a counter-clockwise direction, the trail is a smooth, flowing, enjoyable experience. Mr. Toad’s Wild … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Back in Black Trail, Lake Stanley Draper Trail System, Oklahoma City, OK

 

The Black Loop, “Back in Black,” is a mile-long trail that is a little slice of awesome in the heart of southeast Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Black Loop trail provides riders with a jump line, elevated skinnies, and plenty of … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Berma Trail, Zuni Mountain Trail System, Gallup, NM

 

When ridden in the downward-sloping, clockwise direction, the Berma Trail is a 3.3-mile straightforward singletrack through ponderosa and mixed pine forest with many wide open sections to accelerate in, and plenty of water bars and rollers to send or pump … Continue reading