Photo Blog: Day 12: Singletracks Group Ride at South Lake Pueblo, and Bonus Miles North of the Lake

 

After getting snowed out at the beginning of the month and subsequently postponing and moving our ride, Saturday, April 12th rolled around, and we were finally able to meet up for our Singletracks Colorado group ride at South Shore Lake … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Brewer Trail, Sedona, Arizona

 

For a quick jaunt, Brewer Trail serves up quite a dose of fun when ridden in the downward direction. On this trail, riders will encounter slickrock, chunky red rock with loose traction, and fun, flowing dirt sections, providing a fast … Continue reading

Top Five Trails to Ride at the 2014 Fruita Fat Tire Festival

 

The 19th Annual Fruita Fat Tire Festival is happening April 24-27th (register here). Although not overly-crowded, expect hundreds to gather and partake in the bike demos from top manufacturers, libations, live music, and vendors. For my top 10 tips for … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Spencer Mountain, Whitefish, Montana

 

The Flow Factory Trail at North Spencer Mountain Trailhead in Whitefish, MT is a thrill ride of a slopestyle/slalom-type trail, incorporating natural features in the middle of the forest. It flows through bermed corners, jumps, drops, and rock features, keeping … Continue reading

Day 2: Exploring the Whipple Trail System and Midland Hills Trails in Buena Vista, Colorado

 

If you read my work religiously, you’ve probably heard me say this multiple times before… and now you’re going to hear me say it again: if there’s one thing that keeps me coming back to the sport of mountain biking … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Prison Camp, Tucson, AZ

 

Prison Camp is one of many mountain bike-worthy multi-use trails found within the Mount Lemmon Trail System in Tucson, AZ. When ridden as part of the “Lemmon Drop,” the Prison Camp trail portion of the ride is a mostly descending … Continue reading

Projekt Roam’s Weekly Wander: Aerie Trail, Sedona, Arizona

 

Aerie Trail‘s red ribbon of Sedona singletrack sweeps through pinions and juniper as it carves around Doe Mountain. Aerie Trail provides a roughly five-and-a-half-mile entertaining loop with quick, punchy ascents and descents intermingled with fun, scenic traversing and a few … Continue reading