Even I’m sick of hearing myself say it, but here goes: advocacy means more than digging in the dirt.
Too often mountain biking advocates preach dirt and dirt alone: you need to design trails, build trails, maintain trails, and for crying out loud…... Read More / Post Comments
If I had a piece of tofu and tried to make chicken parmesan, I’d have a disappointed dinner party.
If I had sandy soils in relatively flat terrain and I tried to build steep trails, I’d end up with erosion gullies, sand pits, and maybe a few... Read More / Post Comments
Seven years ago, mountain biking at Fort Yargo State Park was restricted to sewer lines and old maintenance roads. But, a lot has changed since 2004 thanks to Steve and Randy Gordon, two local mountain bikers who wanted to see better mountain biking... Read More / Post Comments
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