In Bellingham, WA, they're paying homage to builders, listening to riders and working with land managers to create an accessible trail network that has something for everybody.
Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, named the fifth most beautiful place on the planet by National Geographic, and dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by TripAdvisor, Torres del Paine is world famous among hikers and backpackers.
As is always the case, Squamish’s trails didn’t dig themselves.
Join the duo as they spend a week in the desert, enjoying the freedom and good times that only bikes (motorized or not) and zero obligations can provide.
For Mark and I, a trip to Oregon in 2016 was the epiphany to our understanding of trail advocacy and bureaucracy.
To my surprise, the first thing I noticed was the overall breathability and comfort while pedaling.
The Canadian island of Newfoundland is known for its bountiful fish harvest, warmhearted people and unpredictable weather patterns. Mountain biking, not so much.
In both geology and evolution, there is a theory called “catastrophism.”
Four months ago, Brandon Watts, Paris Gore, Scott Secco and I decided we wanted our next trip to take us out of our comfort zone. A place where every experience—from taxi rides to cow pee—would be different from those we’d known at home.
From the get-go, these shorts have been a notch above everything I’ve worn in the past.