About MeMy name is Greg Heil, and I am the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com. I've been mountain biking seriously since 2005, and I love to travel and ride new trails. My travels have taken me across the United States multiple times. To date (April 2017), I have ridden well over 650 different trail systems in 20 different US states and 6 foreign countries, and am adding more singletrack to my trail resume every year! I enjoy all types of mountain biking, from ultra endurance cross country all the way up to chair lift-accessed downhill runs.
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I think this is the best trail review I've seen on the site:
"Great place besides the guy in the white Hyundai he is married and has kids he is handicap, this guy is always there with different women when he isn't with his wife. He had the nerve to ask me something today I told him off!"
If you could ask the highest-level leadership of IMBA one question, what would it be? Add your question here, and I'll try to get some of these answered in an upcoming podcast!...
Buzzfeed does World Cup DH!
Thanks for all the love guys! Warm fuzzies :)
Hmm this is quite an interesting topic. Glad I spotted it! I'll share a couple thoughts, and while I don't think it's my job to defend what Brian is doing, I may...
Pilot Rock is a rowdy, very rock 2.5-mile descent from the Laurel Mountain Trail down to the dirt road. Hang...
OK maybe this is a bit off-topic for an MTB forum, but I was wondering: what's the most you'd be willing to spend on a commuter-specific ebike?
I'm currently looking into ebikes for...
Good question! I gotta get this figured out :)
Here are some things on my to-do/wishlist:
Interior British Columbia
And other stuff closer to home, including:
Two Elk, Vail
The Whole Uncalada, Montrose
Honestly I think that most people will never have a clue who built the majority of the trails that they've ridden. Sure, in a local community you might figure out who built...
Ah Teddy Roosevelt. So much wisdom! Thanks for sharing John!