This Op-Ed represents the opinions of The Trust for Public Land. On average in January, nearly half a million people visit our national parks every day. This year, as a result of the federal government shutdown, now the longest in our nation’s history, park-goers have been greeted not just by nature’s majesty, but by mounting […]
Whether you’re looking for an excursion along coastal bluffs or hoping to head to the hills, the Bay Area has a trail for you. With hundreds of hiking opportunities within striking distance of San Francisco, tourists and locals alike will love the variety of trails to choose from. Offering a unique variety of terrain, the […]
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of pedaling fast on a bicycle—legs burning, sweat dripping, wind nipping against your skin—when suddenly, a voice shouts from behind: “On your left!” And a fellow cyclist cruises past with hardly any visible effort, leaving you in the dust, perplexed, until you realize the “ah-ha” detail—they were riding an […]
BC Bike Race began as a vision from two passionate mountain bikers who wanted to share British Columbia's riding culture with the world. What they created has been referred to as “the best week on a bike.” BC Bike Race 2018 was no different.
A properly working suspension setup makes a huge difference. Yanick the Mechanic, the main wrench for the cross-country World Champion Nino Schurter, has lots of tricks to guide you through the suspension setup process.