While some may enjoy the thrill of aiming for the top of the boards, for others, wall rides are a thing to be feared. For others still, they’re a little boring and unnatural.
Take a breather this Earth Day and learn a little bit more about your surroundings with The Mountain Biker’s Guide to Nature.
Trail advocates in Sedona, Vermont, and Colorado share tips for being responsible mountain bike tourists.
New trails are opening in Tasmania and Oregon along with seasonal bike parks and trails from Italy to California.
Volunteers are working to rebuild the wildfire damaged mountain bike trails in Boggs Mountain Demonstration Forest in California.
This week we’re reporting on trail expansions in Ontario and BC, new trails in Oregon and New South Wales, and Georgia’s first shuttle serviced bike park opening soon.
Split Rock Wilds is located an hour north of Duluth, MN and boasts more than 20 miles of more challenging trails.
More riders are flocking to Bentonville, Arkansas trails and the local fire department has seen a serious uptick in rescue calls as a result.
SORBA chapters support 3,000 miles of mountain bike trails in the southeast, with even more on the way.
Trails are re-opening following seasonal closures, but mountain bikers are reminded to avoid muddy or wet conditions.
Tallahassee, Florida might be off the beaten path from other tourist hotspots in the state, but for mountain bikers the trails are well worth the trip.