A group of volunteers is working to build and maintain mountain bike trails around Lake Como in Montana.
New trails and skills parks opened in Colorado, West Virginia, and Michigan while wildfire risk forces New Mexico trail closures.
A proposal to expand trails for multiple user groups in the Ochoco National Forest in Oregon is facing opposition from a group calling itself “Don’t Bend Prineville.”
In mountain bike trail news this week, a sinkhole finally got covered up in North Carolina, 4 new trails opened from Nebraska to BC, and a bike parks in Pennsylvania and Michigan are opening for the season.
Tremp, Spain, has a dedicated trail building association that is uniting a whole community around mountain biking.
We speak with the Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Stewardship executive director about the group’s recent name change, professional trail building, and the science behind the MTB impact on trails.
Bikepacking Roots unveils new connectors between the GDMBR and Western Wildlands routes while new trails and upgrades are coming to Canada, New Zealand, and across the US.
Trail usage spiked in the early days of the pandemic, and data shows traffic hasn’t slowed much since. And in some destinations, visits continue to grow even as bike sales slow.
The operators of Mt. Hood Skibowl in Oregon have decided to suspend bike park operations following an $11.4M verdict against them in an injury lawsuit.
A new bike park in St. Joseph, Missouri is set to open at the end of May, fitting in with a rapid growth of trails in the Midwest.
One of our favorite things about mountain biking is traveling to ride great trails all over the world. Tell us where you’re heading to ride bikes this year, or where you’ve already been!