The 3 Best MTB Road Trips to Take in the US Right Now While Gas Prices Are Low

This feature at Blankets Creek is fun to test your skills…and courage!

Gas prices in the United States haven’t been this low in almost 7 years. Let that sink in for a minute. If you’ve been thinking about taking a mountain biking road trip but have been putting it off for one reason or another, now is the time to fuel up your vehicle, load the bikes on …

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Spring Break Singletrack Trek, The Sequel, Part 5: Price is Right for Mountain Biking

Taking advantage of a "huckortunity" on Shamrock and Roll

On day seven of the Second Annual Ultimate Spring Break Singletrack Adventure, we had to bid adieu to St. George, which may well be my all-time favorite mountain biking destination.  However, that doesn’t mean we were abandoning killer singletrack.  I had heard stories of trails around Price, Utah, which would only be about an hour …

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Off the Beaten Path in Steamboat: Seedhouse Loop, North Routt National Forest

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During my visit to Steamboat Springs Ski and Bike Kare in a futile attempt to get the Superfly repaired after that fateful ride on Emerald Mountain, I got to chatting with a few of the local guys. One dude named Bryan volunteered to take me on a ride on some of the lesser-known trails located …

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Spring Break Singletrack Trek, The Sequel, Part 3: Little Ride at Little Creek and Riding the Broken Mesa

Mntbikedude rides a rock bridge on the northwest side of Little Creek Mountain.  Unfortunately, we'd cut our ride shortly hereafter.

Day Three of the Second Annual Spring Break Singletrack Trek would be the one which we chose to ride a trail which would be a repeat, at least for Mntbikedude and I; Miniskibum had yet to experience the wonders of  Little Creek Mountain.  On previous trips to St George, I had multiple runs, one with …

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