I did a top five list of my favorite channels about mountain biking last year. I wanted to update that list but I also wanted to add a little something to it. Check it out. Add to the list!
I've always used a hydration backpack. But I thought it might be time to try something new. So, I picked up the Osprey Seral Lumbar Hydration Pack. Let's face it, its a fanny pack. I never thought I would like it... but maybe it I've changed my mind....
Another chill day of riding mountain bikes in Bentonville, Arkansas. Slaughter Pen Trail System is one of the most amazing places mountain biking that you can imagine. It starts in the middle of town and goes on forever.
A beautiful afternoon mountain bike ride in Bella Vista, Arkansas. Bella Vista and Lake Bella Vista is just a few stoplights north of Bentonville. It's the home of the Back 40 Loop and something like ten billion miles of connecting trails.
Sedona, Arizona's Templeton and Easy Breezy trails are a blast to ride on the mountain bike. They are not difficult trails but still have some very challenging sections that are fun to session.
Plus, I also had a little drone drama with the Mavic Air. But more about that in the video.
Sedona, AZ is just a dream come true when it comes to mountain biking. Serene and beautiful with countless miles of trails. In this video I'm riding the Slim Shady Trail. A trail that is a blast to ride in whatever direction you want to go.
It’s colder, the days are way shorter, and I’m not able to get out on the trail as much as I’d like. So that means dragging the trainer out of the closet. It’s not my favorite, but with these few tips I’ll show you how to make it a little better.
The Angel Fire Bike Park in New Mexico is beautiful and this trail was the highlight of the mountain for me.
There was snow, mud, rocks, jumps, and green chili. What’s not to love?!
The temperatures are dropping and the days are getting shorter, but that doesn’t mean you should stop riding. Check out one of the first videos I made for Lunch Ride detailing what and how to wear what you might already own to get backs on the trails and have a cozy ride.