Ian Eagle getting loose in Placitas! I never get sick of that backdrop… Want to ride this trail? Check out my latest Featured Trail article on the Chalk Dust trail in Placitas, NM.Read more "Photo of the Week"
The Chalk Dust trail in Placitas is one of the oldest trails in the area, and one of the most unique as well. It is located on the north-eastern boundary of the Placitas trail network. The beginning of the trail starts off with a flat section of doubletrack. It crosses a small steep wash and […]Read more "Featured Trail: Chalk Dust, Placitas, NM."
Paul Sabia leads Daniel Rhodes through a mega chunk section of the Blue Ribbon trail in Tijeras, New Mexico. This section of trail no longer exists, as it was rerouted in late 2016. Never take your trails for granted! If you want to ride the Blue Ribbon trail, it is still a great […]Read more "Photo of the Week"
Nate Williard finds the balance point with a nose wheelie down a granite roller. Trust me, it is way steeper than it looks. Want to ride here? This zone isn’t really mapped, but I can tell you it is somewhere between Indian School and Copper trailheads in the South Foothills trail network. […]Read more "Photo of the Week"
Matt Brigance rides the Central Spine at White Ridge. This is perhaps the most exposed trail in New Mexico, and always offers stunning views, especially at last light! After we shot this photo, Matt and I set up our lights and did a night ride around the White Ridge main loop, which I highly […]Read more "Photo of the Week"
Trail 365 runs the entire length of the Foothills of the Sandia Mountains, and is arguably the most popular trail in the Albuquerque area. Not all sections of this trail are created equal, however. The section that drops South from the last saddle (pictured above) has the most to offer for riders seeking gravity fueled […]Read more "Featured Trail: 365 FOO Drop and Sidewinder, South Foothills, Albuquerque, NM."
Matt Brigance corners into a tight chute on the King of the Mountain trail, located on the backside of the Sandia Mountains. This trail is primarily used to climb up to Sandia Crest, but it is pretty fun both ways. Golden Eagle is another option for the way down if you are looking for a […]Read more "Photo of the Week"