The big bike and trail run issue is here! It’s time to dust off those bikes and hit the trails, and we have all of the info that you need to start biking season off right. From exploring the Arkansas Valley on two wheels, to the bikes and gear that we’re stoked on right now, to epic tales of life-changing biking moments, it’s all in our latest issue. Read on or pick up a copy on stands now.
Editor’s Letter: We Need Half Earth
Make it Happen
Eat, Sleep, Play: Santa Fe, New Mexico
Famed for arts and food, New Mexico’s chill capital city also has one of the best trail systems in the country. If you want a mountain bike escape that delivers plenty of culture when you are out of the saddle, point it south and prepare your tastebuds for Southwestern treats.
Local Hero: Brady Robinson
Splash into Spring
Better Weather Beers
As balmy temps return to the Rocky Mountains, the time is now to search out fresh new brews to pack along on your outdoor adventures. Here, we introduce you to four craft concoctions that pair perfectly with spring weather.
Dig Into the Grind
Arkansas Valley Singletrack
You do it over 23,000 times per day, but how much do you really know about breathing? Dig into these numbers that will tell you more about how your respiratory organs get the job done out on the trail, in the water and on your bike.
Straight Talk: Cat Bradley
The Crested Butte/Gunnison TrailQuest
Starting from Skratch
After a 300-pound boulder shattered his leg, Dave Mackey—one of the world’s elite long-distance, off-road runners—had to work hard to learn how to recalibrate to his new life and return to the sport with a prosthetic limb.Now, the 48-year-old is on track to reclaim the joys of running again.
The New Mexico Travel Guide
Eight Bikes That Turned Our Cranks
The Big Extras
An Ass For Every Saddle
Hear This: A Spring for Strings
The Great Divide
Elwayville: Spring is For Skiing!