Mountain bike trail art

If you’ve been mountain biking for a while you’ve probably seen it on one of the local trails: mountain bike art. Maybe it’s a gnarley looking tree that’s been decorated with discarded bike parts or even a trailhead info sign plastered with colorful stickers. We used to have a photo of a tree in Hawaii …

Armstrong with a little Landis on the side

I’ve been meaning to share this photo for some time now but never had a good place to do it. Singletracks is, after all, a mountain biking website and most people here just aren’t interested in roadie stuff. But now that Lance is was going to race mountain bikes, I feel somewhat justified. Floyd, on …

Jobs for mountain bikers

Don’t you wish some days that your job was to ride mountain bikes? You could open a bike shop in your town (though more than likely you’ll lose you ass) or train 8 hours a day to become a pro rider. Maybe you could start a touring company, guiding people on trail rides around Colorado? …

Forget the skis, jump on your mountain bike

We’ve been having unseasonably warm temperatures here on the east coast so far this winter (sorry Colorado bikers) and that’s meant a crazy long mountain bike season that still hasn’t ended. Here in North Carolina today it’s supposed to be in the mid-70s and New York City had it’s first November and December without snow …

Mountain bike jerks

As you know, singletracks.com is all about the trails. We love checking out new trails and always having good places to ride no matter what town we might be in. We’ve checked out trails in Georgia, North and South Carolina, Ohio, and Colorado and in the process, we’ve observed a few things about bikers and …