FEATURED RIDES

Featured Ride: Womble Trail, an IMBA Epic

February 3, 2016 Justin Steiner 0

The famed, 35.5-mile Womble sits just west of historic Hot Springs, Arkansas. This IMBA Epic ride gains just a touch over 4,000 feet of elevation across its 95-percent singletrack route. If you’d like to ride

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Featured Ride: Olleros Downhill near Lima, Peru

January 13, 2016 Justin Steiner 0

For this week’s Featured Ride, we’re taking you to Peru in the southern hemisphere. Though this might seem like a great winter destination, this ride is actually available during the local winter season, May to November. This

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Featured Ride: Paradise Royale Loop

January 6, 2016 Justin Steiner 0

This mountain-bike-specific trail system in the Paradise Ridge area of the King Range National Conservation Area is the result of a partnership between the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the International Mountain Bike Association

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Featured Ride: Bull and Jake Mountain—IMBA Epic

December 9, 2015 Justin Steiner 0

As we discovered during our spring break trip to Mulberry Gap just outside of Ellijay, Georgia, the mountains of Northern Georgia are an underappreciated hot bed of incredible mountain biking. This region’s combination of significant tracts of public

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Featured Ride: Big South Fork IMBA Epic

November 4, 2015 Justin Steiner 0

The massive 125,000-acre Big South Fork (BSF) National River and Recreation Area, which sits roughly 80 miles northwest of Knoxville, Tennessee, was one of the first National Park Service units to embrace mountain biking back

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Featured Ride: Phil’s World near Cortez, CO

October 21, 2015 Justin Steiner 0

The Phil’s World trail system, near Cortez, Colorado, is a worthy destination for a multitude of reasons. First, the riding is absolutely amazing. Second, this riding area illustrates what can be achieved when local advocacy groups are

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Featured Ride: North Umpqua IMBA Epic

September 9, 2015 Justin Steiner 0

This 69.5-mile trail segment certainly lives up to it’s status as an IMBA Epic. Don’t let that mileage turn you off though, as the North Umpqua Trail (NUT) can be ridden in segments or in