KEYSTONE, CO – When Nate Hills and crew were in town for the Big Mountain Enduro this summer, they didn't waste the opportunity to get some "Follow Cam Friday" footage at Keystone Bike Park. Take the ride as these guys shred the Colorado gnar on single-crown enduro rigs.
MASSANUTTEN, VA – Massanutten Bike Park dropped the rope today on All or Nutten, its newest black tech trail. The 0.7 mile trail splits off the resort's World Cup track and descends along one of the mountain's natural spines offering views that threaten to steal focus from the raw off-camber corners and drops, according to Scott Wootten, Massanutten's lead bike park supervisor.
WINTER PARK, CO –Trestle Bike Park has announced it will open three new trails this weekend, the first to officially open under the Phase 2 Backside Expansion announced last year. Upper Boulevard, Spicy Chicken and Dyno Bones will be accessible via the Olympia lift beginning Saturday, September 3, and remain open for the rest of the 2016 season and beyond.
WEST DOVER, VT – Mount Snow is hosting its 22nd annual Brewers Festival Saturday and Sunday, September 3 and 4. The annual festival features more than 100 craft beers and ciders from more than 50 breweries, food and live bands. While we can't think of a more fun day on the mountain than bikes and beers, we urge you to drink and ride responsibly—or save the suds for the end of the day.
VERNON, NJ –When nine-time X Games BMX gold medalist Scotty Cranmer visits Mountain Creek Bike Park with his little brother and a friend, the BMXers are a little thrown off by how "soft" downhill bikes are, but it doesn't take them long to learn how to send it.
MARSHALL, NC –What happens when a flatlander from Florida hits the moutains of North Carolina and shuttles the eff up at Bailey Mountain Bike Park? Find out in this latest entertaining—and occasionally cringe-worthy—episode of "Bike'n with Bobo" as he gets out of his element and samples the mountain salad.
ALTA, WY – When we headed to Grand Targhee Bike Park last year for opening weekend, we lost out on first-chair bragging rights to then 13-year-old local ripper Nick Dunn. We have the honor of saying we saw him hit the signature Buffalo Drop for the fist time, and in this follow cam edit from Jeff Brines, it's clear he hasn't slowed down at all in his 14th year. He's no slouch on skis, either.