The 2016 Singletrack 6 kicked off on the southeast side of Fernie in the Castle and Ridgemont trail networks. The stage started with TransRockies' traditional downtown roll-out before tackling the classic Hyperventilation climb and the enduro-style timed descent on Hyperextension. From there it was on to some more prime BC new trails: Kush, Kushier, and Kushiest.
Riders then headed back on the classic and super-flowy Coal Discovery trail, with one more climb up through Sidewinder, Eric’s and Kid’s Stuff. The day finished up with a challenging run down Hessian and Broken Hip into the finish at the Fernie Aquatic Centre.
Fact: The Front Range is getting crowded and something needs to be done to accommodate the rapid influx of hikers, mountain bikers, and runners sharing the existing trail network. In response to a bit of a growing crisis, Jefferson County, Colorado is trying something new: designating two popular mountain bike trails as bike-only for a one-year pilot program. Just outside Denver, Jefferson County manages nearly 50,000 acres of open space, hosting 7 million annual recreational visitors.
If you've got FOMO about missing the Innsbruck Crankworx, we feel you. But Instead of dwelling on it, we’ve curated some the best moments from the festivities—it's almost as good as being there. The only thing we're missing is the Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn. Don't know what that is, look it up, it's awesome. Not only was the Innsbruck DH course a favorite among racers, but on Sunday, it was running at warp speed. Many prominent UCI racers joined the fun thanks to a gap in their