The Butcher Paper: Creature Of Habit

The Butcher Paper Creature Of Habit Kristin Butcher Bike Magazine

The Butcher Paper Creature Of Habit Bike Magazine Kristin Butcher

Kristin Butcher Is Back With Another Stellar Piece

Most hobbies have their own rituals and mountain biking is no exception. My own ritual is to stop for a hot cup of coffee on the way home. The time it takes to finish the drink is a great time to reflect on the ride, giving me the chance to lock away the memories I just made.

“Even though the ritual of warming up has been intertwined with winding threads of uphill singletrack for more than a decade, each time still results in a moment (or several) when I genuinely wonder if my legs will ever feel like anything more than lactic acid and bags of suck.”

Head over to Bike Magazine and read the latest article. Check out more articles from Kristin here and here.

Micayla Gatto Gets Creative In A New Video Titled: Intersection

Micayla Gatto Gets Creative In A New Video Titled Intersection Art Red Bull Mountain Biking

Micayla Gatto Intersection Ride Video Youtube Mountain Biking Color Art

Mountain Biker Micayla Gatto Merges Art And Sport In Her New Video

Professional mountain bike rider Micayla Gatto shares her unique story in the latest video from Red Bull MTB. Micayla uses her artistic and creative energies to drive her to excel at both her art, and her riding.  I particularly enjoyed how this video merges both art, scenery, color and action to make a very entertaining watch. Click the video below to watch, and click here for an article about the video.

Also click these posts below to watch more great mountain bike videos.

BC Trail Riding In The Heart Of The Okanagan

BC Trail Riding In The Heart Of The Okanagan Pinterest Summerland Penticton

BC Trail Riding Okanagan Summerland Penticton

Riding Trails In Penticton And Summerland B.C.

Finally! A new post. It has been a while since I have had some time to sit at my desk and write about mountain biking. I got back from a week and a half long trip to the interior of B.C., specifically the Summerland and Penticton area. The trails I rode there are not the forested, soft dirt trails of the west coast, but they had their own charm and fun to them.

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