Mountain Bike

  • VIDEO: Patuxent River Park & Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary CADT by Bike

    This video and photos are from the Critical Area Driving Tour that follows a one-way route from the Patuxent River Park to the Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary. The CADT is open to...

  • Cedarville State Forest

    Cedarville State Forest, April 2013

    Legend says there is an Indian Burial ground in Cedarville State Forest, but to date it has not been found. The headwaters of the Zekiah Swamp are located in Cedarville. The...

  • Torrey C. Brown (NCR) Rail Trail in November

    November is absolutely my favorite time of year to ride this trail. After the leaves are mostly gone from the trees presents a great opportunity to see all this trail has...

  • Terrapin Nature Park & Cross Island Trail – Kent Island, MD

    Combining the oyster shell trails of the Terrapin Nature Park and the asphalt Cross Island Trail offers a great opportunity to experience some diverse bike trail conditions in the same outing....

  • Cedarville State Forest Mountain Bike Trails

    Some photos from this weekend’s ride on the trails and forest roads in Cedarville State Forest in Brandywine, MD.

  • VIDEO: New Downhill Beginner Trail at Wisp Resort

    There is a new downhill beginner trail at the Wisp Resort. Find out more information about Mountain Biking at Wisp at this link: http://www.wispresort.com/wisp/info/s.mountain-biking.aspx Wisp – Smooth Operator on Pinkbike

  • VIDEO: Extreme Mountain Biking

    This is definitely NOT in Maryland but it is too good not to share on a rainy, stormy weekend.

  • Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail

    After a great ride on the Northern Central Rail Trail (Torrey C. Brown Rail Trail) a week or so ago we decided another trip was in order.  This trip started once...

  • NCR (Northern Central Railroad Trail)

    The Northern Central Railroad Trail (NCR), aka The Torrey C. Brown Trail, is a wide stone dust surface trail extending 20 miles from the Hunt Vallery area all the way to...

  • St. Mary’s Lake Loop

    Roots. Lots and lots of roots. That about sums up this trail. That’s not to say it isn’t a great trail to ride – just be prepared for roots. The St....

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