MTBers ultimate garage gym!

Over the past few weeks things have been changing faster than ever.  Anyone who rides their bike aggressively has had a tumble or two.  In the past six months, I’ve had a healthy dose of crashes. Luckily I’ve been able to avoid significant injury on most of those. I fully believe that a big part…


I headed to sunny Sedona, AZ for this month’s Patreon tutorial. Here are my top tips for riding Sedona, AZ like a pro!

PURA VIDA: The incredible riding scene in Costa Rica

THIS IS LOCAL LOAM Community. The Central American community. The enduro community. While a few days is nowhere near enough time to really understand a new culture, that one theme kept coming up during our trip to Costa Rica. Just how did this overriding sense of community grab me, you ask? I had never been…

YEEHAW: This is Local Loam AUSTIN, TX

Texas, the second largest US state, has less than 4% publicly accessible land. This creates a substantial challenge for mountain bikers. But we’re nothing if not a determined and crafty group and we’ve found a few unique ways to shred Texas on two knobby tires.

ABOVE LA: Riding the RIPMO in the City of Angels

The riding in the San Gabriel mountain range in LA is unbelievable! We rode up to Mount Lukens- the highest point in LA at 5’066 ft. This edit is a favorite from a bit back, and this bike is still a favorite of mine- and many others- today.

LOCAL LOAM: Riding Mt. Lemmon with TORCA

Tucson has been all over the mountain biking media as of late. Nearly every major outlet has posted content from the area. During my own Tucson pilgrimage in December 2018, I saw for myself just what makes this riding so special.

Legal steeps on Galbraith!

The trails has a great penchant for being treacherous in both the dusty summer conditions as well as in the greased lighting winter rains.

Did we pull it off?

A Galbraith mountain classic, Unemployment Line trail is an amazingly flowy sequence of perfectly built jumps. A true MTB flow trail!