On this Episode
Todd Branham lives, works, and plays in the Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina as a professional trail builder. He also directs the Pisgah Stage race, a 5-day, fully-supported mountain bike race that showcases 140 miles of the best singletrack in the forest.
I ask Todd to share his tips for designing and building great trails and about what makes the mountain biking in Pisgah National Forest so special. Todd talks about why building flow trails is so important, and spills the beans on some under-the-radar trails in Pisgah few will ever ride, but more should.
Support this Podcast
- Review the Singletracks podcast on Apple Podcasts for the chance to win a free hat. Or drop your feedback in the comments below!
- Make a donation to help sustain future episodes.
- Become a Singletracks Pro Supporter.
Never Miss an Episode
- Listen on Spotify
- Listen on Apple Podcasts
- Listen on Google Podcasts
- Listen on Stitcher
- Listen on Overcast
- Get the RSS Feed
- View all Podcast Episodes
I definitely agree that all trails should have flow, however, not all trails should be flow trails.