H+I Adventures released a video about giving back to the trails they use in Scotland, so Pete sat down for a chat with their lead guide Chris Gibbs.
These two riders from Portland, Oregon, are working with Specialized to create more mountain bike trails near the city.
The SBTS Connected Communities Project Plans to Renew the Economies of Struggling Sierra Nevada Towns
The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship has officially launched the Connected Communities project - an ambitious plan which would resurrect the economy in mountain towns through trails.
Meet Charlie Sturgis, the man who helped turn Park City, Utah, into a singletrack wonderland, with more than 400 miles of legal trail.
Ed Sutton, an established mountain bike trail builder from the south, explains his process of trail building.
A look into how mountain biking has developed in the Czech Republic.
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.
What do boar populations have to do with mountain biking?
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.
Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship wins grant to link 15 communities with dirt.
2019 was a huge year for Trailforks. Here are some of the highlights.
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.
Sure, the layout of the trail could be easier, but it might not be as fun.
Are we making mountain biking too easy with so many new flow trails? The Inside Line podcast listeners respond with their thoughts.
As is always the case, Squamish’s trails didn’t dig themselves.
Over the last two decades, the riding community has quietly built an enviable trail network, anchored by the state’s two largest parks and the decade-old Conservation Futures program.
The Rogue Hoe is a classic trail building workhorse, and we’ve been a fan of this tool since our IMBA days, when we were initially introduced to it.