The SJ Brooks scholarship puts bikes and gear in the hands of BIPOC riders in an effort to diversify cycling.
The current pandemic has given the sport of mountain biking an unexpected opportunity for growth and improvement.
The skills park will be built along the Millcreek path at a cost of about $60,000, and will be geared primarily toward younger riders.
Across all social media platforms, BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) cycling athletes are protesting police brutality, institutionalized racism, and the discrimination they experience in their daily lives.
There is an unspoken rule in the mountain biking community that all things on a bike, including the person riding it, must match.
Pride Rides not only breaks down social barriers to mountain biking, they remove the economic ones as well.
After sheltering in place for two months under some of the most restrictive measures in the world, Gerow finally goes for a mountain bike ride.
Imagine the possibilities! Depending on your perspective, this could be a good thing… or a bad thing.
What once was “that crummy fire road” or “that boring bike path” are now lifelines for mountain bikers, nuggets of normalcy to be treasured and appreciated.