Mountain bikers may have moved one step closer to being able to ride on designated Wilderness lands. This week, the House Natural Resources Committee voted to pass H.R. 1349. The bill would restore what Congressman Tom McClintock (R-California) calls the original intent of the Wilderness Act to allow bicycles and other forms of human-powered locomotion
If you have a passion for mountain bikes and crushing it in the sales arena, join the Vital team in Irvine, California, more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/bRzkTBAReFc/Vital-MTB-Is-Hiring-Ad-Sales-Rep-Wanted,1124 by reynmanphoto Looking for Road bikes, check it out here for more details.
The Trans Sierra Norte is a multi-day enduro mountain bike race that rips through the Oaxacan highlands offering more than 30,000 feet of elevation gain/loss–and ends on the Day of the Dead. The post MUST Watch: Ride of the Dead – Enduro Racing on 1,000 Year Old Trails appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News.
GT has always been active in the highest levels of racing. At GT they’re saying goodbye to a few of their athletes and one team mechanic. To honor Brook MacDonald, Sam Dale, Jackson Frew, Anneke Beerten, and Ely Woods, they’ve put together a quick goodbye video thanking them for the good times and the years
Hold onto your seat, the speed these two carry may blow you away. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/SmrarPisPIY/bturman,109 by Nighthawk_85 Interested in Mountain biking, click here.
A story of a first ride, and the subsequent initiation into the family of mountain bikers. The post Mountain Bike Roots (And Not the Kind that Snag Your Tires) appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Mountain Bike Roots (And Not the Kind that Snag Your Tires) by rtadlock If you are interested in Mountain
We’re curious about your trail bike wheel size choice and whether you’re a flip-flopper or a committer. more » http://feeds.vitalmtb.com/~r/VitalMtbSpotlights/~3/A5PaAfJCsIU/Has-Anyone-go-from-27-5-to-29er-and-then-back-to-27-5,9993 by Patty Mooney Interested in Road bikes, continue reading here.
Seeing your local forest like this can be devastating. Photo courtesy of Tamba In 2007, the Angora Fire destroyed 250 homes along with a beautiful forest and trail network. 10 years later, the trails have risen from the ashes. See how TAMBA.org along with the Forest Service and countless volunteer hours made that happen. Click