The Trail Agents program in Colorado enables volunteers with the right training to carry out trail maintenance on their own, when they’re out for a ride or whenever they feel like getting some trail work done on their own.
Singletracks is partnering with Trail Care to make it easier for mountain bikers to support trail groups financially.
My good friend and longtime Singletracks contributor, Jim Hodgson, recently produced this entertaining and thought-provoking video about the need for cycling infrastructure as it relates to the current bike boom.
As the population and interest in outdoor recreation grows, Colorado mountain bike trails like those at Apex park are feeling the strain.
The Colorado Mountain Bike Association (COMBA) has partnered with Golden, Colorado bike shop Pedal Pushers Cyclery to help fund mountain bike specific trails on the Front Range by raffling off a sick Transition Patrol.
While not everyone is involved in maintaining their local bike trails (yet), many of us have opinions about what to do with autumn leaves.
If you’ve been holding out to take a chance on just the right bike, this Industry Nine/Cane Creek/REEB mashup could be the one for you.
The proposed USFS e-bike directive classifies eMTBs as motorized which could lead to trail funding and user conflict issues.
The California Mountain Biking Coalition (CAMTB) has teamed up with sponsors to support mountain bike trail builders in the state with a unique twist on the fundraising raffle.
The Specialized Bike Outride program is expanding and they are adding five new Riding for Focus programs in the Four Corners region of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado.