Sunday, February 10, 2019 8:00am – 4:00pm The 17th Annual Worst Day of the Year Ride is a beloved Portland tradition benefitting the Community Cycling Center. On Sunday, February 10th, regardless of the weather, thousands of fun-loving cyclists will grab… Read More ›
The pacific northwest is known for it’s massive trail building community. This video pokes fun at the characters who spend countless hours making the amazing trails we are lucky to have in our backyard. To all trailbuilders, we love you.
Matt Patterson rides a new Tiger Mountain trail called NOTG built by Jay Gore and 100+ volunteers (including Matt) in collaboration with Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and Washington DNR. We filmed last Friday morning for a couple hours super early… Read More ›
The Cold Creek Super D in Washington is stage three of the 2018 Mountain Man Challenge. Despite the 95 degree weather, Over 40 riders came out to race and to help support local PNW trail-maintenance organizations.
Several years of planning and anticipation is finally coming to fruition as Timberline gears up to start construction of its lift-assisted bike park on July 1st. This is a 2-3 phase project, with 7-10 miles of trails on the construction… Read More ›
The first video in a new series highlighting unique individuals in the mountain bike community. The Transition Characters series is about story telling, whether it’s a sponsored rider, trail builder, employee, or community member, the aim is to highlight the… Read More ›
We provide quality mountain bike programs for student-athletes all around the state of Oregon, regardless of riders’ abilities, experiences, or backgrounds. Our first season will launch in Fall 2018! Website: http://www.OregonMTB.org Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/OregonMTB Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/OregonMTB
In the wild and rugged Canadian backcountry, our network of trails runs long and deep. Among all the places we’ve explored within Canada, the South Chilcotins have a very special place in our heart. The remoteness of its landscape and… Read More ›
How do retailers, non-profits, and an engaged Parks Department work together to create a vibrant cycling community? Watch our profile of the Issaquah, WA area to find out.