The Short Story of Trail Gentrification

Endangering The Soul of Mountain Biking A strange phenomenon is sweeping our local trail networks. Roots are disappearing. Rocks are migrating. The cuts in the side hill are getting wider. At it’s current rate of growth, every corner will be bermed by 2015, and terms like “off-camber,” or “bunny-hop,” will …

Review: Joytrax SE2 Child Carrier (BX Trailers)

A necessity for the cycling family It’s funny the things you begin to look forward to once you become a parent. Before learning that I was going to become a dad, I never would’ve thought that I’d so anticipate being one of those parents seen pulling a child carrier behind …

i'd rather be biking

I’d Rather Be Biking

I feel guilty, and maybe even a little bit ashamed. I shouldn’t feel like I hate winter right now, but I do, and It doesn’t help that all day long at work I’m listening to people say stuff like this: “I sure hope it snows.” “We need some snow right …

a pile of used bikes

A Bike Hoarders Road to Recovery

Can you really own too many bikes? I have a confession to make. I’m a hoarder. But I’m not one of those senile nuts you see on an A&E television series, buried alive under bottomless piles of useless  junk. Certainly not like them, but a hoarder nonetheless. I like to …

10 best mountain bike blogs

10 Best Mountain Bike Blogs

BikeFAT’s 10 Best Blogs About Mountain Biking There are a lot of mountain bike blogs on the internet these days, and if you are a regular blog seeker, you will have probably encountered some of these blogs already. As a mountain biking blogger, I am constantly on the lookout for …