USFS Releases new eMTB Ruling Requiring Reclassification of Non-Motorized Trails to Motorized for Access
8 Under the Radar Pisgah and Dupont Rides in Brevard, North CarolinaSponsored
Brevard, North Carolina, is the epicenter for epic singletrack in the southeast. Between Pisgah National Forest and DuPont State Recreational Forest – which together boast almost 300 miles of trail – the options are nearly endless.
City of Sedona Launches Trailhead Transit Shuttle to Mitigate Congestion and Resource Damage
Last week, the City of Sedona launched a new trailhead shuttle service to relieve overcrowded parking lots.
Trail Flow: New Trails That Opened in March Plus Millions More for Trails
The newest trail openings and trail news from around the world. This week we’re tracking projects in across the US, Canada, and Scotland.
MTB Trail Building: How to Work Around Chainsaws and Power Tools Safely
Mike and Leigh take us through all the necessary safety tips for working around chainsaws and trimmers, and explain what it means to swamp for a saw operator.
How to Find a Campsite in Moab During Peak Season
Trying to find a campsite in Moab is a dog-eat-dog world… but with these tips you’ll be well on your way to desert camping bliss!
Trail Flow Thursday: First Old Fort, NC Trails Near Completion, New Bike Park in Mid-Michigan
This week we’re tracking trail work in Pisgah, a sweet bike park build in Michigan, the IMBA Europe Summit, and bike bells in California.
The SDMBA in San Diego is Advocating for Trails and Riders in California’s Second-Most Populated County
We talk about all of the issues facing mountain bikers in San Diego county from access and trail buidling to e-bikes and wilderness.
Trail Flow Thursday: Mega Trail Builds and More Six Figure Grants
Plans for big trail builds in Arizona and Wisconsin plus more six-figure grants from North Carolina to Victoria, Australia.
How an Unsung Adventurer Named Phil put Southwest Colorado on the World’s Mountain Biking Map
Phil Vigil created his own singletrack world in southwest Colorado, leaving a world-class legacy for future generations of mountain bikers.
Are Your Local Mountain Bike Trails Crowded?
More and more people are finding time to mountain bike, and in many places that can result in crowded trails at times.