If ridden north to south from Elder-Fehn Trail, it is a nice, 1.1 mile, mostly downhill connector to the Catamount Trail (road). It is 100% singletrack with nice dirt – some scree (not deep) and some slightly organic. Speed is moderate but the flow is good. Pretty area and has a couple of good views. …
The Elder-Fehn Trail falls within the Catamount Ranch Open Space owned by Teller County. It is part of a larger network of trails that lay on multiple recreation areas and ownerships, including The North Slope Recreation Area (owned by Colorado Springs), BLM land, and USFS land. Elder-Fehn itself has a lariat configuration and is 4.9 …
The folks at Arapahoe Basin going to do their best to keep things light at the Reverse Enduro MTB Race on July 31, encouraging riders to wear costumes and to hit the Brewfest afterward to keep the good times rolling.
From Georgia to California, it was another big month for mountain bike trail openings. From re-builds and re-openings to massive new networks, there is a lot more to explore this month.
It’s not just mountain bike trails that suddenly became more crowded during the pandemic. Many areas are reducing or eliminating informal camping spots.
Colorado Springs quietly unannounced their decision to allow class 1 e-bikes on natural trails via their website recently.
Phase 1 opened May 29, 2021. 6,000 feet of descending that connects the top of Grand Mesa to the town of Palisade.
April showers bring May flowers, and new mountain bike trails too, apparently! Here are 12 trail projects that opened this month for riders to start exploring ASAP.
Maryland Mountain in Black Hawk, Colorado will open with 12 miles of trails for hiking, running, and mountain biking, with four mountain bike specific, downhill-only trails complete by 2022.
Once completed, Durango Mesa Park could be one of the largest dedicated cycling venues in the world, hosting World Cup MTB races and recreational mountain bikers alike.