The Trans-Cascadia is a race held in the backcountry region known as Cascadia. Located in the Pacific Northwest, Cascadia is a bioregion made up of Oregon, Washington and British Columbia. Founded in 2016, Trans-Cascadia Inc. is a non-profit that seeks to promote and build sustainable trails in the region, with a 4 day race as their flagship […]
San Francisco’s McLaren Bike Park Project hits a major milestone this month, as construction documents for phase one are currently out to bid.
Since we’ve revamped the pump track at Ventura Park, it has been gratifying to see all the local kids and riders riding and enjoying it. Any time we have our tools out and are grooming the track, we’re approached by local residents that thank us for our efforts, or inquire about how they can help. […]
The Bell Built Grant Program has been successful from a marketing perspective, bringing attention to grass root efforts of participating mountain bike clubs throughout the US. However, after the initial ho-rah, you often don’t hear updates, so it’s great to see this edit of the recently completed Bell Built Project in Knoxville, TN. The video of the […]
Over 100 riders converged at Stub Steward State Park this weekend for what has become an annual event dubbed “Stubfest”.
A new group of riders have banded together to develop single track riding opportunities in the Astoria, Oregon area. They’re off to a good start with a pump track in Seaside Oregon.
Finding suitable riding partners can be challenging but we’re working with the Northwest Trail Alliance to build a women’s riding community and already having epic adventures. This month: Tiger Mountain.
Sandy Ridge is the go-to riding spot for Portland riders; over 70 riders turned out to prep their favorite trail for the wet season.
Dirt roads are not trails. Period. By any sane definition of the term, a trail is a path or track and is by its very definition, a narrow space. It seems so logical, right? Any mountain biker gets it: Single track is a narrow trail. Double track is two narrow trails, as left by the passage […]
Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day is a yearly event taking place in communities all over the US. The local events range in size from a few kids and families to large gatherings consisting of local bike clubs, retail shops, schools and bike friendly companies. Here in Portland, #TKMBD was hosted by the Northwest Trail […]
Portland and the Bay Area have a lot in common when it comes to limited access to trails for mountain biking. Although both areas have a significant amount of green space and trails, due to anti-mountain bike factions with considerable political influence, there is a serious lack of close in recreation opportunities for mountain biking on narrow […]
There are some exciting new developments in the southwestern Oregon region known as the Rogue Valley.