Cycle

Putting the Colorado Trail on the Map

In 1990, Jerry Brown became the first person to bikepack the Colorado Trail. Ten years later, he returned on his bike to survey the trail and make the map that everyone—hikers and equestrians, too—uses on the trail today. Read More...

The Humble Beginnings of Mountain Bike Racing

If you’re feeling the itch to battle adulthood’s drudgery, no matter where you live, what your experience level is or what your bike looks like, go ahead and sign up for a race. It’s time to toe the line. May the trail gods smile favorably upon thee.    Read More...
Weed Patch Mountain Trail

New Backcountry Trail Opens in Hickory Nut Gorge

Weed Patch Mountain Trail is a brand new 8.6-mile (one way) romp through some of Hickory Nut Gorge’s wildest terrain, connecting Buffalo Creek Park, which already has a 3.5-mile mountain bike loop, with Eagle Rock, a climbing crag on the north side of Rumbling Bald Mountain inside Chimney Rock State Park. Read More...