A moderate ride through a picturesque, high-mountain meadow.
The Winsor Trail always gives you a bit of everything, from smooth glides to bone-jarring rocks, from gentle slopes to brake-screeching pitches, from rich aspen forest to thirsty pine woods.
The White Rim Trail clings to the precipitous canyon walls on narrow shelf roads, following the Green and Colorado rivers in a loop through the national park.
In the often overlooked city of Ogden lie two exhilarating and challenging segments of the Skyline Trail infrequently traveled and waiting to be explored.
Challenging, dramatic slickrock will make Moab riders envious.
A great weekend destination for mountain bikers of all skill levels.
A mountain biking gourmet finds everything he needs for a weekend quota of fun in Prescott, Arizona.
From the extinct volcanoes that loom on the West Mesa to the rugged terrain of the Manzano Mountains, Albuquerque offers plenty of places to spin your wheels.
The maze of single-track in the
Mt Elden/Dry Lake Hills Trail System is some of the best fat tire terrain in the Arizona.
Both serious athletes and average riders will enjoy miles of trails for all skill levels.
The route to the top of Mount Lemmon, outside of Tucson, is a dramatic
example of a sky island's unique environment.
Mastering this mountain bike amusement park is about balance, not brute strength.
A canyon riding sampler southwest of Moab, Utah.
New Mexico 67--an unlikely mountain bike route to a late-nineteenth century ranch town.
A three-day bike tour through scenic Arizona with only the bare essentials. How to go weightless.
Estrella Mountain Regional Park offers 30 miles of little-traveled
trails and some spectacular desert scenery. The cool of winter is the best time to ride.
A moderate to difficult route in Taos country.
Bike camping with a bike trailer--an-easy-to-go, easy-to pack way to pedal your load and enjoy the sites.
The Olympic Peninsula coastline is an ever-changing exhibit of nature and a place for endless exploration.
California sojourn: a face-to-face rendezvous with the oldest living thing on the planet -- the bristlecone pine.