Today, listener mailbag, then I break down IMBA's puzzling decision to submit testimony opposing the amendment to the Wilderness Act, HR 1349, which would allow bikes in areas designated as wilderness.
Ernie Rodriguez, President of MORE and IMBA Board Member joins me in studio to talk about chapter relations with IMBA, some new trails opening, in the MD/VA/DC area, and more!
Mid Atlantic Off Road Enthusiasts President Ernie Rodriguez in studio to discuss his appointment to the IMBA Board of Directors, chapter relations, and new initiatives locally and nationally for trail advocacy.
Let's talk about e-bikes, body armor, and helmets today, ok?
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Eugene Lee, far right, Corey Vezina, middle, and me on a snow trip in 2008. You'll be remembered, my friend.
In today's show I talk about The Bike Lane and their trademark defense against a Leesburg brewery, and a grandmother that has been killing it on the BMX race circuit.
Today I talk about deciding when you can do bigger drops. First I break down a GMBN video on giant drops, and later I cover the cool story of the Golden Giddyup, an event and group that rebuilt trails in Golden, Colorado after the devastating 2013 floods.
Congrats to all the racers of the SM100. Hear what its like to photograph it, and also how to approach sessioning on technical trail features so you get the most out of it!
I break down an article about how poor rehab of sports injuries can lead to osteoarthritis, why a bike bell is a good idea, and more on today's show.
In today's show I break down the bee sting incident a bit more, give my take on why you should carry a biking backpack, talk about a bone fragility study, and chat briefly about Transition's new bike geometry philosophy.
Shimano announced a 4 piston XT caliper, Spank announced a foam filled rim, and I met some show listeners for backcountry riding with friends old and new. The Hud had a nasty bee sting reaction, too!