Photo: In Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Hustle and Flow trail offers a gravity-based experience that's accessible to riders with beginner/intermediate skill sets. Or, if you're an accomplished jumper like 16-year-old Teddy Jaramillo, you can air it out... Read More / Post Comments
Trails Have Our Respect (THOR), in the Omaha-Lincoln-Council Bluffs areas of Nebraska and Iowa, has been active in mountain bike advocacy and trail development for many years, and tags itself as “the dirt trail advocates of Eastern Nebraska and... Read More / Post Comments
Photo: The author scans waves in Kauai, looking for a flow opportunity on a very big surfboard.
I find my flow state cruising waist-high waves on a longboard. My brother-in-law, who surfs every day, finds it on a shortboard riding overhead... Read More / Post Comments
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