Riding by instinct in the Pacific Northwest, the Sight Unseen series captures Pivot Cycles’ athlete Brice Shirbach’s passion for riding blind, with stunning “one take” edits from the PNW and the Colorado Front Range.
The group formerly known as Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBOSC) has formally changed their name to the Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Stewardship (SCMTS) as of April 13, which left a bad taste in some supporters’ mouths.
The Repairing Existing Public Land by Adding Necessary Trees (REPLANT) Act of 2021 seeks to access existing funding for reforestation projects in the US.
Kimberley, BC claims it will be “the first community in North America to embrace a purpose-built trail network for e-bikes and adaptive e-bikes.”
The Backcountry Bike Challenge is designed to inspire mountain bikers to get out in the backcountry while helping to support the organizations in charge of maintaining those trails.
Van-lifers and car campers heading to Crested Butte this summer may find some of their favorite camping spots and pull-offs are no longer available for use.
“The goal was to build a U.C.I. XCO World Cup style cross-country course here in America,” according to Ty Cady.
A lawsuit filed by a hunting group which challenged mountain bike access in the Bridger-Teton National Forest (BTNF) has been dismissed.
How do I get mountain bike trails built in my area? To answer this, we reached out to trail building and advocacy professionals at both the local and national level to put together a basic outline of the process.
Lake Baikal in Siberia is the largest freshwater lake in the world — about 650km long and 70km wide. Gaëlle Bojko decided to bike across it in winter.