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Considering the sparse options for urban mountain biking in Portland, a significant investment is being made in the area, with volunteer trail builders donating thousands of volunteer hours into the emerging trail system.
Cam Zink's Sensus grip brand has a program dedicated to developing progressive mountain bike trails.
To earn an IMBA Ride Center tag next to your city’s name, it takes even more than just having a good trail network and a brewpub down the road.
Park City prospers amid a wealth of trails.
Iconic Moab mountain bike trail protected from Oil and Gas Lease.
To get a better idea of the intricacies of the Paydirt program and to see how much interest Santa Cruz has garnered with the launch, I reached out to their brand manager Seb Kemp.
Joe Vadeboncoeur was with Trek Bicycles for 30 years and worked in many capacities there, including the development and growth of e-bikes.
Abby addresses many of the concerns about the trail access at Kingdom Trails in Vermont.
Oil and gas lease threatens legendary Moab mountain bike trail.
Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship wins grant to link 15 communities with dirt.
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.
There are few topics in the world of mountain biking more controversial than electric mountain bikes.
The Tribune says the area has a “very low potential for producing energy.”
Near the end of December, three out of 97 land owners in the Kingdom Trails network in East Burke, Vermont decided to end access for mountain bikers on the trails that run through their land.
The area is known as the Lost Sierra, a land rife with mystery, folklore, legend, swimming holes and, now, choice singletrack.
New England's preeminent festival nixed amid trail-access controversy.
It feels amazing to zero in and forget anything but the trail, but that focus is one reason mountain bikers can sometimes be accidental assholes.
Three land owners in East Burke, Vermont have cut off access to mountain bikers, limiting use and connectivity in the popular Kingdom Trails network.
A new nonprofit aims to make it happen.