The Environmental Impact of Mountain Biking [Podcast #122]

We talk with Ross Martin, a PhD candidate at Texas State University, about his research into the environmental impact of mountain biking.

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In this episode of the Singletracks podcast, we talk with Ross Martin, a PhD candidate at the Texas State University, about his research into the environmental impact of mountain biking. Ross is a mountain biker and a scientist who is working to understand how mountain bikes affect everything from plants and animals to soils and society at large. We get down and dirty in our discussion on erosion, and ask Ross what he thinks about potentially allowing mountain bikes in Wilderness areas.


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