This week we’re reporting on trail expansions in Ontario and BC, new trails in Oregon and New South Wales, and Georgia’s first shuttle serviced bike park opening soon.
Split Rock Wilds is located an hour north of Duluth, MN and boasts more than 20 miles of more challenging trails.
More riders are flocking to Bentonville, Arkansas trails and the local fire department has seen a serious uptick in rescue calls as a result.
SORBA chapters support 3,000 miles of mountain bike trails in the southeast, with even more on the way.
Trails are re-opening following seasonal closures, but mountain bikers are reminded to avoid muddy or wet conditions.
Tallahassee, Florida might be off the beaten path from other tourist hotspots in the state, but for mountain bikers the trails are well worth the trip.
After the contentious closures that shut down some of Copper Harbor’s most beloved and advanced trails for the entirety of the 2021 season, the Danimal and Flying Squirrel trails are set to reopen this summer.
Brevard, North Carolina, is the epicenter for epic singletrack in the southeast. Between Pisgah National Forest and DuPont State Recreational Forest – which together boast almost 300 miles of trail – the options are nearly endless.
Last week, the City of Sedona launched a new trailhead shuttle service to relieve overcrowded parking lots.