Phil Vigil created his own singletrack world in southwest Colorado, leaving a world-class legacy for future generations of mountain bikers.
More and more people are finding time to mountain bike, and in many places that can result in crowded trails at times.
Ground breaking planned for trails in FL and SC, clubs in Colorado and New York are partnering with IMBA, and Pisgah SORBA is hiring. Plus, more trail news from around the world.
We tagged along with a pair of longtime MTB trail builders to learn how eliminate puddles by cutting and maintaining drainage on singletrack.
That giant drop or rock garden at the start of the trail is there for a reason, and it’s becoming a standard part of trail building.
We learn about the work NEMBA is doing to grow and improve mountain bike trail access in New England.
This week we learned about major bike park investments in Utah and BC, expanded off-road bike access in Missouri, 55+ miles of trails approved for Pine Valley, UT, an impressive Pisgah forest cleanup, and much more.
After decades of battling for access, and being ticketed and fined for riding singletrack trails, Chris Beratlis along with other members of the mountain bike community in Pleasanton, California are fed up.
The mountain bike trails at Devil’s Den State Park in Arkansas offer a new, uniquely awesome and natural experience.