races & events
A Bill in Michigan Could Expand Equestrian Opportunity at the 'Expense' of MTB Access
Copper Harbor's Closed Trails Reopen After Land Acquisition
Trail Flow: Bike Parks Investing Millions to Expand
Tickets, Fines, and Protest Rides: Pleasanton, California Mountain Bikers are Ready for Change
Making Singletrack Legal: The Threat of 1,000€ Fines and The Politics of Barcelona's Collserola Park
Colorado Springs Backpedals on E-Bike Pilot Program
Public Land Solutions Takes a Pragmatic Approach to Recreation and Trail Development [Podcast #288]
A Lawsuit That Challenged MTB Access in the Tetons Has Been Dismissed
The World of Mountain Biking, with Gareth from MTB Tribe [Podcast #260]
The Kids are All Fast: How Aging Mountain Bikers can Support the Next Generation
eMTBs are Not Allowed On Non-Motorized Trails in Tahoe Nat'l Forest. Again.
BC Parks Closes Entire Park System Until the End of May
Electric Mountain Bike Trail Access and Adoption [Podcast #236]
In this podcast episode I'll share two recent stories about e-bike trail access and a study that looks at the health benefits of riding an electric mountain bike, and how riders' perceptions change (or don't change) after riding one.
As the Rumor Mill Turns, Mountain Bikers Still Have Plenty of Questions about the Kingdom Trails
Some of the best trails in the Kingdom Trails network were closed to mountain bikes in December, and there are still questions floating around as to why it happened.
Santa Cruz Bicycles Will Put $1M Towards Mountain Bike Trail Access Over Next 3 Years
Santa Cruz Bicycles makes a bold move and says they'll put $1M toward mountain bike access over the next 3 years.
Survey: Should Trails in Wilderness Areas be Open to Mountain Bikes?
We would like to hear your thoughts on whether singletrack in Wilderness areas should be opened up to bikes, or if they should preserve their current "hikers- and equestrians-only" status.
National Bike Month Advocacy Opportunity: Partnering With Other Trail Users
Mountain bikers, united with other low impact trail user groups, can greatly improve outdoor access and trail conditions.
Controversial Connector Trail for Mountain Bikes Near Boulder Moves a Step Closer to Reality
A trail connecting Eldorado Canyon to Walker Ranch in Boulder, CO has been in the works for more than a decade. The project is close to finally becoming a reality despite some local opposition.
Mountain Biking on Public Lands During the Government Shutdown
Tips to keep in mind when mountain biking on federal land during the partial government shutdown.
The Balance: Sir, This Mountain Biker Requests Permission to Use a Motor
Matt takes a look at the culture surrounding eMTBs in mountain biking and attempts to answer what it means to be a mountain biker.
Oregon Timber Trail is a State-Spanning Bikepacker's Dream
The Oregon Timber Trail (OTT) is a nearly 700-mile-long, mostly singletrack bikepacking route spanning the state.
eMTB Acceptance Creeps Past 50% Among Younger Riders, Those Who Have Tried It
Results from our 2018 survey provide an interesting look at what readers think of eMTB.