freeriding

Post Canyon- Hood River, OR’s Freeride Haven

Hood River is known as one of the sweetest destination for Portland area trail shredders. Whether you are looking to rack up shuttle runs, pedal some flowy single track, or develop your freeride skills, the Post Canyon area has something for you. Reaching the trail system means navigating a hour long stretch of the I-84 freeway, […]

02.19.2011 Oregon Trails Read the full story →

Dialing in new lines in the Mid-Penn; Bay Area, CA

It doesn’t feel like there is a lot of new single track trail action going on here in the Bay Area, so in moving back here I haven’t had my hopes up. With that said,  you can imagine that when I met up with the local homies at their spot in we now refer to […]

01.14.2011 Bay Area Read the full story →

Is this the perfect All Mountain / Freeride Trail System? Squamish, BC

The Half Nelson Mountain Bike Trail in Squamish, BC is the jewell of a trail system that adrenaline seeking mountain bikers here in Nor-Cal can only dream of. Often likened to a downhill pump track, the riding experience is similar to the intermediate level jump/ flow trail Crank it Up in Whistler. Sadly, there aren’t […]

12.17.2010 Blog Read the full story →
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Woodward MTB Park in Fresno

On my way south through California, I’ve been making it a point to stop by and check out the status of a number of bicycle skills parks. Although it has been ridiculously hot, it hasn’t stopped me from taking the long way on my trek south to check out a few public riding spots I’ve […]

10.11.2010 California Bike Parks Read the full story →

Whistle Bike Park sets opening date

The bike park at Whistler is set to open May 15, 2010. If you have yet to make the trip to what is undoubtedly the mecca of the freeride set, here is a quick glimpse at what you have been missing. If you have, hopefully it brings back some incredible memories, and gets your blood […]

03.17.2010 Fresh Tracks Read the full story →

Building and riding at the Marmot Dam Trails – Updated w/BLM Response

(updated – scroll to bottom for latest info) As a mountain biker that admittedly has a love for gravity fed experiences first and foremost, learning about the up and coming Marmot Dam Trail System was nothing short of a treat. I’ve missed the last two underground DH races at the Marmot Dam trails, so I […]

03.02.2010 Blog Read the full story →

First look at the NW School of Freeride

Portland and northwest area freeriders, downhillers and dirt jumpers have yet another destination to add to the list for weekend shredding. With 80 acres of private bike park action, NWSoF offers the biggest bicycle skills camp in Oregon. Based at the popular Windells Snow and Skate camp, these guys are also working to build downhill […]

01.21.2010 Blog Read the full story →

2010 Black Rock Trail Work Days Posted

BRMBA has posted their major trail work days for 2010 on the site. You know you love Black Rock and all the radness that it is. They just had their January build day this weekend, so make sure to put the March and May build days on your calendar. We’ll be Portland natives by then, […]

01.19.2010 From the world-wide web Read the full story →

Black Rock: Oregon’s Freeride Destination

The Black Rock trails have become a popular destination for traveling downhillers and freeriders from all over, with the growing reputation as the best freeriding Oregon has to offer. Along with the Post Canyon Trails in Hood River, riding Black Rock is now a “must do” for riders traveling north on their regular pilgrimage to […]

09.17.2009 Fresh Tracks Read the full story →

Pacifica: the Bay Area’s Best Freeriding Secret

On a recent trip to the San Francisco Bay area, we had a chance to play at our old stomping grounds in Pacifica. A small surf town located south of San Francisco, Pacifica is especially known in the bike community for its network of trails that overlook the Pacific Ocean. As the Bay Area is […]

06.17.2009 Fresh Tracks Read the full story →