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Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 19° Min 13° New 'scarface' Mountain Bike Trail to open in Thames Thames-Coromandel Council, Fuseworks October 30, 2013, 9:40 am Mountain biking has never featured prominently on the list of Coromandel Peninsula
The Salt Lake Tribune Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort wants to know what people think Wednesday when it unveils a plan to build mountain biking trails through its Gad Valley terrain...He has brought in Troy Duffin from Park City-based Alpine Trails to
And with the Steamboat Springs City Council sending the committee proposal back for reconsideration , I am afraid we could end up with duck soup. I cannot say I am fully informed of all the facts in this debate, but I can declare that I am a mountain
About six miles of new mountain biking trails are set to be built this summer at Kincaid Park in West Anchorage. The Anchorage Daily News ( http://is.gd/k5V0HF ) reports the City's Parks and Recreation Commission approved the project on Thursday
Aspen might be known for its snow, but in the summer months tourists and locals of all cycling abilities take to two wheels to climb the steep mountains and hurtle downhill at breakneck speed. The 10-kilometre journey along Maroon Creek Road from
An Oregon psychiatrist who deliberately sabotaged mountain biking trails near his home in Ashland has been sentenced to 30 days in jail and is now prohibited from using National Forest trails for at least two years, according to new reports.
With the weather warming up, it's time to pull the bike out of the garage, pump up the tires and head out for a ride. Finding places to ride, run and walk in Fayette County is getting easier since Lexington has doubled its miles of trails during the
A project to convert an overgrown railroad bed into a hiking and biking trail will honor the thousands of American Indians who died there in the 1830s, volunteers said. The Trail of Tears was part of a northern route that American Indians used when
And the trails I ride in Western Colorado are as good as anyplace you can boast about. But it's no secret that throughout much of the Western United States, many of the mountain bike trails used today were created illegally, only later grandfathered'
So what did taxpayers get for our $50 million and was the money well spent? First up, it's not John Key's original vision of a route from Cape Reinga to Bluff. That idea was given up when it was realised it would send the country broke and also