When our writer first heard about trails being built on a mountain that captivated him in his youth, his imagination ran wild. He went to find out how residents of a small town are hoping trails bring revival.
We spent the weekend riding and socializing with Bell's new Joy Ride Ambassadors. These eight women from Tennessee to Alberta will build a community of female mountain bikers within their respective locations.
“Adventures of Slowmo Bro” is a video series produced for the National Interscholastic Cycling Association that features professional mountain bikers teaching lessons on trail etiquette and trail maintenance.
Philip Keyes examines a groundbreaking law article that documents the legislative history of the Wilderness movement, and exposes why mountain bikes were never intended to be banned from these precious areas.
For Dirt Rag's first personality issue, we put Amanda Batty on the cover. Her interview is a no-holds-barred discussion of the sexism, misogyny and double standards often found in cycling and its media.
The Appalachian Mountain Bike Club is building a bike park with a range of trails that will appeal to a variety of riders, highlighted by a proposed gravity trail that will feature rock gardens, drops, and constructed features.