ALTA, WY — The dust has settled on the 2015 Teton Dirt Classic, part of the 6th Annual Wydaho Rendezvous at Grand Targhee, and the results are in. The race consisted of two stages: 25-mile cross-country race on Saturday that climbed 4,200 feet as well as a 9.9-mile super-D race on Sunday with 4,000 feet of descending.
CHARLEMONT, MA – The Schafer family had a vision to turn Berkshire East Mountain Resort into a premiere New England mountain bike destination, and what began as "a walk in the woods" became the Thunder Mountain Bike Park in less than 10 months. Take a look at the result of what the riding looks like thanks to the efforts of Ropeway Construction, Gravity Logic, Sky Trac Quad and the staff at Berkshire East Mountain Resort.
WHISTLER, BC – The iconic Dirt Merchant and A-Line in Whistler Mountain Bike Park flow pretty damn well, but Yoann Barelli's runs on a cyclocross bike just takes it to another level. Where's the hand-ups and waffles?
ANGEL FIRE, NM – With no fanfare, the mooring lines from my life in Texas were released and I set sail with my truck, my bike, an MTBparks Pass and not much else. A mountain bike tour of the Rockies was my broadcast message to everyone. Lessons in self-discipline and camping were to come. The highways served as canals to my target destinations. It was time to go off the edge of my personal map.
ALTA, WY – The 6th Annual Wydaho Rendezvous Teton Mountain Bike Festival runs Labor Day Weekend, September 4 through September 7, 2015, and brings to the Teton Valley a weekend of mountain biking activities that will cater to all levels and kinds of rider.
JACKSON HOLE, WY - MTBparks.com—the most comprehensive online guide to North American bike parks—continues a banner second season for the MTBparks Pass, in which more than 30 mountain bike parks across the United States and Canada have joined the program to offer pass holders free lift tickets and a wide range of other deals for one low price. To celebrate, the site announced a Fall Ride Special promotion, giving riders access to the growing collection of North America’s Best Bike Parks participating in the 2015 MTBparks Pass program for only $99.