Entries Tagged as Mountain Bike
Two days, one night in the mountains west of Ciudad Juárez (yes, that Juarez).
Bikepacking California’s Angeles National Forest with almost no cars: up Mount Wilson, down to Red Box, camp at Valley Forge, and back on the Mt. Lowe Railroad Trail.
The Dead Horse Run Trail in Wisconsin, named for an unfortunate event from 1900 when a team of horses met their demise, crosses a great area for bikepacking.
Explore a road less traveled! The North Fork Road navigates Glacier National Park's western border and offers a unique opportunity for cyclists!
Beauty abounds with every pedal stroke. Riding the incredible car-free Mickelson Trail in the Black Hills of South Dakota is an adventure worth repeating.
This is a beautiful summer or fall-color ride over high alpine four-wheel-drive roads and an old rail trail, coupled with a wonderful overnight stay in Telluride, Colorado.
A few years ago we spent our REI dividend on a luxury item: A BOB trailer that we hoped would fuel our desire to try some overnight bike trips. Poor BOB was neglected for three years, collecting dust as he hung upside down from our garage ceiling. Our attempts to use BOB had been thwarted due to schedules, weather, or not being in shape. So, we were determined to try a bike overnight at least once this spring.