A few weeks ago a couple of friends (both who are named Chad) were going down one of the most remote and technical trails in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve when Chad went head first over the handle bars and piled himself into the rocks. I received a call from Non-crashed Chad to help carry him out. While in route, we decided the best plan was to call 911 as Crashed Chad was immobilized, in a… Read More »
This is a video of a recent video of ride by Sean Hahn of West USA Realty on Trail 100 in Phoenix Arizona. The Phoenix Mountain Preserve is the largest urban park in the United States. There are hundreds of miles of trails on over 7000 acres. Sean can be reach at 602-361-6047.
View Larger Map Surrounding the base of 2,608-foot Piestewa Peak, the Phoenix Mountains Park and Recreation Area and Dreamy Draw Recreation Area are gateways into diverse desert that offers everything from fantastic views to secluded valleys. You don’t have to fight crowds on the Piestewa Peak Summit Trail to enjoy the area — the area boasts dozens of miles of trails to enjoy the glory of the Sonoran Desert in relative solitude. An assortment of… Read More »
This is a fun singletrack ride in the middle of Phoenix located in the Phoenix Mountains Preserve. This is a pretty easy to moderate trail consisting of rocky, rolling singletrack with some steep climbs. A good 21 mile out and back ride from the Tatum and Tomahawk parking lot. Most of the trail is clearly marked with posts with some tunnels that go under the freeway. There are plenty of other trails that branch off… Read More »
This is a technical singletrack loop with some very steep up and down sections located in the Phoenix Mountain Preserves. This trail is for advanced riders who like to bleed and leave their skin on rocks once in a while. It can be incorporated into your Trail 100 ride (see above description) or done as a 4.8 mile loop from the Dreamy Draw Recreation Center. As always with rides in the Phoenix area, the views… Read More »
View Larger Map Cave Creek Regional Park Located north of Phoenix, this 2,922-acre park sits in the upper Sonoran Desert. Ranging in elevation from 2,000 feet to 3,060, this desert oasis provides any hiker and equestrian majestic views. The Go John Trail loops around a mountain to provide the illusion of being miles away from civilization. In the 1870s, fever stricken gold seekers staked their dreams on the jasper-studded hills. Guided trails to these sites… Read More »