Wendy Engelberg is the founder of Girlz Gone Riding, a mountain bike group working to get more women riding and enjoying themselves. We talk about how to lead a group ride and how we can all be better ambassadors for our sport.
Broadening the diversity of our trail population would get more people stoked on the sport, and bring new ideas to the fore that are rooted in different peoples' lived experiences, while refreshing outdated ones. Check out our collection of articles and resources that focus on diversifying the population of our sport.
One library in Maine aims to address the affordability issue in mountain biking by loaning bikes and other outdoor gear in a system similar to the gear-loaning programs at many US colleges and universities.
Kate Weatherly has earned a step on the World Cup podium to open her 2019 season, after claiming her second New Zealand National Downhill Championship Title. We will likely see the Kiwi shredder spraying more champagne as the season continues.
In this Over a Beer column Greg looks at the arguments that some people give for discriminating against one type of mountain biking or another, and points out the beauty of mountain biking's diversity.