Mountain bike trails.

Trail Flow: Proposed Skills Park in Colorado, High Hopes for more in Tennessee and Michigan

A proposed skill park in Colorado, plans for more in Tennessee and Michigan, and an RV park threatens a trail in West Virginia.

Pisgah Trail Getting Sustainability Overhaul with Big Grant Money

Pisgah’s Butter Gap trail is set to receive a major overhaul.

The Newest MTB Trails Sprouting in UK, Australia, and the US this Week

New trails open in the UK plus plans are in the works for trails from Western Australia to Vermont.

New MTB Trails Open in the Southeast and Mystic Park Gets it Mojo Back

More bike trails are coming to the US Southeast, Midwest, and the Northwest.

Everything you Need to Know About the Cross-Washington Mountain Bike Route

The roughly 700-mile Cross-Washington Mountain Bike Route takes riders through beaches, rainforest, and plains. Here’s everything you need to know about tackling the XWA.

Arkansas Trail Building College Program Plus Trail News From Utah, Oklahoma, and Alabama

The JEM trail in Utah see management changes, a new trail in Alabama, and an Arkansas college starts a trail building certification program.

Les Gets Has No Snow, Lifts Spin for MTB Instead [Trail Flow]

Mountain bikers in France get a little more time at the park, and new trails come to Colorado and Tennessee.

Is it OK to Make Trail Edits?

Which trail maintenance tasks can and should everyday mountain bikers perform? We asked an expert trail builder.

IMBA Awards Ten Trail Accelerator Grants for 2022 Across Country

IMBA recently selected ten communities in the US for 2022 Trail Accelerator grant funding.

The Orogenesis Will be the “Longest MTB Trail in the World” When Complete

The Orogenesis Trail and bikepacking route will stretch 5,000 miles from the U.S./Canada border down to the tip of the Baja peninsula.

More Groomed Fat Bike Trails Plus an Important Trail Bill Passes [Trail Flow]

New MTB trails and trail news from New Zealand, Colorado, Wisconsin, Washington, Missouri, and Utah.

How the Colorado MTB Association Built its Steepest, Rowdiest Trail Ever

COMBA and the Boulder Mountainbike Alliance worked with the City of Black Hawk to make one of the gnarliest mountain bike trails in Colorado’s history a reality.