In November of 2019, Santa Cruz launched the Paydirt program, a $1M grant program for increasing mountain bike access in a number of ways. We interviewed Seb Kemp to get a better idea of what Paydirt looks like.
Southwest Utah has blown up in popularity as a mountain bike destination over the past decade, but that brings a new set of problems that trails builders must deal with.
The BLM is offering two parcels of land for oil and gas development that include parts of the Slickrock trail in Moab, UT.
Some of the best trails in the Kingdom Trails network were closed to mountain bikes in December, and there are still questions floating around as to why it happened.
Luv Trails is an app that makes it easy to give back to the mountain bike trails you ride, no matter where you go.
Every rider knows that trail maintenance is the minimum tax for the joy of mountain biking, and working on the trails that you love can also bring you bliss. Here are some of the ways that laboring on your local ribbons can benefit your physical and mental health, riding capabilities, and of course your greater community.
Congress is expected to vote on a bill this week that would preserve and enhance mountain bike trails in Colorado.
Broadening the diversity of our trail population would get more people stoked on the sport, and bring new ideas to the fore that are rooted in different peoples’ lived experiences, while refreshing outdated ones. Check out our collection of articles and resources that focus on diversifying the population of our sport.
For many trail users around the globe, Himalayan blackberry vines pose a familiar and occasionally painful nuisance. Here’s a little info on how to eradicate them from the trails and how to make a delicious sorbet from their fruit.
The prevalence of electric mountain bikes and the trails that they’re legal on in the US has only grown since their introduction, and things don’t look to be slowing down any time soon. How do trail advocacy organizations feel about these developments?
It takes more than just volunteer labor to create great mountain bike trails. A little cold, hard cash goes a long way toward new trail building and maintenance.