Mountain Biking in Virginia – Virginia Is For Lovers

Rubric: Other | 30 Apr 2014 | no comments yet »
Mountain Biking in Virginia – Virginia Is For Lovers

Virginia inspires mountain bikers to new heights of awareness and exhilaration. Sometimes you just have to stop the exercise and breath in the beauty that surrounds you. Shenandoah Valley Valley sites lead to mountain trail access in the Shenandoah Valley. The best example is the Sherando Lake Loop in Augusta County’s Sherando Lake Recreation Area, part of George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. For the serious mountain bikers, this is the place to go for almost 20 miles of singletrack trails and dirt/paved roads. At one point, as bikers ascend from Sherando Lake through Big Levels toward Bald Mountain Overlook, the trail challenges bikers with more than 1,000 feet of vertical ...

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Mountain Biking Trail | Riding a Mountain Bike

Rubric: Other | 16 Apr 2014 | no comments yet »
Mountain Biking Trail | Riding a Mountain Bike

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Trail Mountain Bikes – Reviews, Comparisons, Specs – Vital MTB

Rubric: Freeride | 24 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Trail Mountain Bikes – Reviews, Comparisons, Specs – Vital MTB

Trail Mountain Bikes How to choose a trail bike Trail Bike Buyer’s Guide Trail bikes (commonly referred to as “all-mountain bikes”) work well for many applications. They usually come from the manufacturer with two or three front chainrings, and may or may not have a chainguide or bash guard. This configuration provides suitable gear range to allow you to climb to the top of the hill and earn your descent. To be classified as a trail bike, frames and forks have anywhere between 4.5 and 6-inches of suspension travel, which is enough to have a fun ride down, even in the rough stuff. Both 26” and 29” wheel sizes are available. Depending on the components spec’d, most trail bikes ...

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Mountain Biking The Colorado Trail

Rubric: Other | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Mountain Biking The Colorado Trail

Mountain Biking The Colorado Trail The Colorado Trail is popular with mountain bikers and the great variety along the Trail interests a broad range of cyclists from beginners to hard cores. Families with young kids enjoy biking from the Denver trailhead at Waterton Canyon where there’s 6 miles of gentle gravel road along the serene creek that is closed to automobiles except those of land managers. Upper echelon mountain bikers find tremendous challenge on many CT segments, including the 75 miles from Molas Pass to Durango. Probably most of the cycling done on The Colorado Trail consists of day rides and the most popular sections seems to be those near Denver and Durango, the segments ...

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Mountain Biking – Spirit Mountain

Rubric: Freeride | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Mountain Biking – Spirit Mountain

Mountain Biking 10/13/13 TRAIL REPORT: The Mountain Bike Trails are officially CLOSED for the season. THANKS to everyone who came out and rode with us. It was an epic way to kick off our inaugural season. We all had a blast! You can still ride the trails for a while, if you use Happy Camper as an uphill climbing trail. In the meantime, we’re already hard at work on a new trail to open next spring, and are planning to make next summer even bigger and better! SUMMER CHAIRLIFT HOURS: FALL CHAIRLIFT HOURS: *Sept. 5 through Oct. 13, 2013 Thursday – Sunday Noon – 6pm HELMETS: Spirit Mountain does require helmets to be worn while riding on our Mountain Bike Trails. Please come ...

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Kick-ass trails to mountain bike in the U.S. – The Globe and Mail

Rubric: Other | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Kick-ass trails to mountain bike in the U.S. – The Globe and Mail

Kick-ass trails to mountain bike in the U.S. Add to. My cycling daydreams usually involve penny-farthings in Victorian England, so I contacted three south-of-the-border pedal experts for some more useful advice. The United States may be the home of the automobile, but it’s also streaked like a muddy downhill racer with great mountain biking options. “Utah has a huge variety of riding opportunities and there are trails almost everywhere you go,” says steely calved Dave Iltis, editor of Cycling Utah magazine (cyclingutah.com ). While he agrees that hot-spot bike town Moab is a big lure, it’s not the state’s only option. “Park City is the world’s only IMBA [International Mountain ...

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