About MeI travel with my wife, Diane, our three rescue dogs (plus a fussy cat) around the country in a creaky RV, searching for singletrack nirvana. We love to ride and meet folks everywhere and are the producers of Trail TV, which can be seen here on Singletracks.
My Bikes 2
Chuckanuts Leg Buster via Strava
Galbraith in Bellingham via Strava
Missoula Misery via Strava
Phillips 2 Phillips via Strava
Jackson Hole High Life via Strava
FOCO Fun with Burnsey via Strava
Ah, my friend, what sage advice. Believe me, life goes fast. Sometimes, as I'm traveling around the country I wonder where the hell 30 years went. It goes fast, that's what I know. And while you are here, you should make yourself happy doing the things you love, help other people, and stop worrying about…
Happy Jacked/Death Crotch via Strava
Ouch, my legs. Gowdy Super Hurty via Strava
I hit these trails years and years ago before they were "official" and have some great stories about riding through that area on a pink school bus with 10 other mountain bike geeks like me. The locals materialized out of the woods and were really warm, friendly and quite bad ass when it came to…
Had no idea of your varied adventures, Jenny. Great stuff.
tacos de martes via Strava
Dog Bait at Blue RIver via Strava
Hotter n Hell Humpday @ Swope via Strava
Blue River Bachanalia via Strava
Good thought. Had I done that versus on the rocks, we might not have spent a quarter of a century waiting for her to get back on the bike.
Hi Mongwolf, fingers crossed that you'll get your wife out there. I think you're right, each individual responds differently to mountain biking. That's why I think it's a good idea to let them have a little bit of fun before you add in some different or harder work.
Hey Triton, Diane definitely benefited from a course and the bigger tires. I think both provide a mental edge in addition to the physical implications. Thanks for weighing in.