Ready to Rip: Regional Bike Parks

Ready to Rip: Regional Bike Parks

Right off the bat there were a couple of things about my visit to the Louisville Mega Cavern bike park that had me awestruck. First, other than a couple of employees, I was the only person in the massive 320,000-square-foot space. (It was a weekday in late September,...
Bikepacking Made Easy

Bikepacking Made Easy

This story beings simply enough, with three friends who despite decades of mountain biking experience had never been bikepacking before. The idea to try “the rugged cousin of bike touring” was sparked at the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) 2016...
Trail Profile: Cliff Cave Park

Trail Profile: Cliff Cave Park

Standing in front of Cliff Cave, the namesake feature of Cliff Cave Park, you’d never guess one spot could hold so much history. Peering in through its gated entrance gives onlookers only a vague idea of what lies within. While there’s no proof all the stories that...
Road Trip: Lake of the Ozarks

Road Trip: Lake of the Ozarks

Spending weekends at the Lake of the Ozarks is a Missouri tradition, a rite of passage. The state’s largest lake destination is well known for its floating parties and resort attractions, but there’s a lot more to experience within the 1,150 miles of shoreline than...
Polo, City Style

Polo, City Style

Ask anyone on the street what they think of polo, and they’ll likely reference the sophisticated sport played first among Persian royalty and officers over 2,000 years ago. It’s swank, it’s exclusive and it’s not something most of us watch on the big screen at...