Whether you prefer road cycling, mountain biking, gravel grinding, cyclocross — even ebikes or recumbent bikes — this is the place for information on biking in St. Louis and the Midwest.

First Purpose-Built Mountain Bike Park Opens in St. Louis

Last weekend was a rad one for mountain bikers in Greater St. Louis, as dozens of riders descended on the dirt jumps and manmade obstacles at the new Eureka Mountain Bike Park (EMBP). Our area’s first municipally funded, purpose-built mountain bike park, the EMBP opened Saturday morning adjacent to The Timbers of Eureka Recreation Center near Interstate-44 and Highway 109. The park is free and currently available for use every day from sunrise to sunset.

By |2020-06-17T10:48:55-05:00June 17th, 2020|Biking|1 Comment

Pedaling the Adventure Cycling Association’s New Arkansas High Country Route

The new Arkansas High Country Route from the American Cycling Assocaition provides a wide (and wild!) variety of reasons to pedal The Natural State.

By |2020-04-24T09:20:32-05:00April 24th, 2020|Biking, Destinations|0 Comments

Missouri NICA League Launches Teams and Coaches Portal

Since announcing that MICL would join NICA last summer, the league has been creating its leadership team, identifying and certifying race venues, and spreading the word about the league at a series of “road shows” held around Missouri. The next steps are to continue to generate donations and sponsorships, and to register coaches, teams, and student-athletes for the upcoming race season.

By |2020-04-28T13:43:42-05:00April 16th, 2020|Biking, News|0 Comments

Meet the New Leaders of St. Louis’ Outdoor Nonprofits

A number of St. Louis nonprofits have started off 2020 with new leadership at the helm. We sat down with these executive directors to learn who they are, what experience and ambitions possess, and what we can expect from them and their organizations going forward.

By |2020-03-23T07:44:46-05:00March 9th, 2020|Biking, Culture, Nature|0 Comments

New Mountain Bike Park Takes Shape in Eureka

Already home to some local favorites — think Chubb Trail and Greensfelder County Park in nearby Wildwood — this winter alone the city invested close to $100,000 dollars in a new mountain bike skills park: the Eureka Mountain Bike Park (EMBP), set to open this spring.

By |2020-01-14T11:31:08-06:00January 14th, 2020|Biking|5 Comments