- Created: Tuesday, 21 January 2014 17:01
- Created: Thursday, 16 January 2014 22:10
At the edge of Joshua Tree National Park is a small chunk of public land that locals have known of for years. Once known for primitive camping and dark pullouts 'Sector 6' now offers a little bit of everything for the desert savvy rider. It's not a place you'll see anyone else, but nonetheless you'll appreciate the amount of work that's gone into this place as you ride clean singletrack through the sand.
A collection of riders is emerging in Joshua Tree as people come together to buff out horse trails and reclaim dirt tracks. There 's no doubt a trail network will emerge at the edge of the park.
On this early winter day, local shop owner Jima Reed, rides the lap he knows so well. It's intricate singletrack and rock weaving amongst yuccas and joshua trees. The terrain is grand and truly park-like. This is not fast lap, there's just too much to see.
- Created: Monday, 08 April 2013 18:18
Tour De Palm Springs
February 10-11, 2012
Well this years Tour was one for the records. The wind whipped across the valley leaving racers in the dust...literally Bicycle shop was there too, committed to helping racers anyway we could. Wrenching on bikes in 40mph wind gusts made it an interesting day for the crew, but we loved every minute of it.
- Created: Monday, 08 April 2013 18:16
There's a new Downhill run on Copper Mountain, follow the ridge all the way down... check it out! Thanks Zacks and Spooner!
Stop by the shop to get more details of nearby trails. Have a trail you want to share, Let us know!