The number of wildfires negatively impacting mountain bike trails seems to be on the rise, though it’s difficult to pinpoint a single cause.
With multiple wildfires in the news in 2020, I wanted to know more about the big picture. Why are these gigantic fires so much more prevalent than they used to be? The answer is surprisingly complicated.
When you’re out on the trail, wondering if it’s a willow tree the singletrack passes beneath, the first clue is water.
Do mountain bikers tend to bother animals more than other trail users? We ask Douglas Carchrie, a trail consultant at Big Mountain Scotland, who has studied how communicating conservation info can change behavior.
Mountain bikers have an opportunity to be known as stewards of the environment and to protect and enhance the places we ride.
If it looks like snow in the air and on the trail in spite of the warm weather, chances are there’s Cottonwood overhead.
The Trash Free Trails (TFT) team is encouraging all of us to get out on the trails, and stop the bike for some cleanup at littered spots from October 23-31.
The bold green leaves that cast shade on trails through the summer months will soon shift to a partial rainbow of yellow, orange, red, and brown.
We chat with a battery expert and find out how sustainable lithium e-bike batteries are, and what happens when they are recycled.
For many mountain bikers, mountain laurel is a plant that’s closely identified with some of the best mountain bike trails on the east coast of the United States.