Air Rescue on Trail 100 Phoenix AZ

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 »

What To Know When Transporting Your Bike For a Trip

Cycling around the Grand Canyon may be grand, but cycling to the Grand Canyon may not be as feasible from where you are. The same goes for other amazing trails across Arizona, with more than 100 miles of park and mountain preserve trails around Phoenix alone, according to the city’s website. Even if you’re going for a closer jaunt around town, such as a ride along Tucson’s Rillito River bike path or a long cruise… Read More »

Things you might not know about Mountain Biking

Riding a bike has been a major part of our childhood’s for as long as anyone can remember. You will always remember the first time you rode one, the first time you managed to ride on two wheels without assistance, and the bumps and bruises it took to get there. Then the mountain bike came along and enhanced our experience of the bicycle forever. Whether you are thinking of doing something more physical than playing… Read More »

Buyers Guide to Mountain Bike: Components and Accessories

Getting home your first mountain bike can be an incredible feeling. However, if you are going to get it the first time, it’s a tough job to do. Though you will hear a lot about getting so and so brand from your friends, but until and unless you have an idea about the basics of mountain bike, it’s difficult to have it. The only way is to sit, relax and work out your need and… Read More »

Selecting the Right Mountain Bike

Buying a mountain bike may be an ardent task if you are not familiar with what to look for. You need to consider a number of things while choosing the best bike for you. From the brand to the cost to the features, everything is important. Here are some useful guidelines to follow while selecting right mountain bike. First thing you need to decide is your budget. There are different types of bikes by various… Read More »

Mountain Biking: Tips for Beginners

Introduction Mountain biking is an exciting and exhilarating sport enjoyed by many people across the world. It is an interesting sport because you can enjoy cycling on different kinds of difficult terrains. If not done properly, it can be dangerous too. If you want to become a mountain biker, you have to consider various things to be safe and improve your performance. The best way to learn more about the sport, is to go through… Read More »

Trek Dirt Series Mountain Bike Camps – Fruita, Colorado

Trek Dirt Series Mountain Bike Camps – Fruita, Colorado September 24-25, 2011 The Trek Dirt Series has recently opened registration for their women’s specific and co-ed mountain bike skills camps, offering confidence building and inspiring learning opportunities throughout Western Canada and the US. The camps are open to beginner, intermediate, and advanced riders, and cover techniques from basic front wheel lifts and switchback turns to technical climbs, descents, and drops. The program includes skill development… Read More »

Danny MacAskill – Way Back Home

Way Back Home is the incredible new riding clip from Danny MacAskill, it follows him on a journey from Edinburgh back to his hometown Dunvegan, in the Isle of Skye.

Don’t Miss Out on Mountain Biking in the Moonlight

Every summer, Maricopa County Parks and Recreation put on night rides at McDowell Mountain Regional Park, Estrella Mountain Park and San Tan Mountain Regional Park. These rides are great! Make sure you bring a high powered light, helmet and plenty of water. Also, make sure you bring a little cash with you, because each park has a vehicle parking fee. These aren’t guided tours, but the trails are marked well and volunteers will sweep the… Read More »

White Tank Regional Park Mountain Bike Ride

Had a great mountain bike ride today on the competitive loop out at White Tank Regional Park with Ben and Wyll. The trail is in very good shape. We rode 21 miles which was 3 laps non-stop. It took me about 7 miles to warm up, feeling very sluggish at the beginning. Both of Ben and Wyll are very strong and fast. If you chase those 2 around, it will only make you faster. I… Read More »