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For some reason, racing spring runoff down a stream on a bicycle — as the rush of water alternates between roaring and gurgling, placid then volatile — gives me a distinct thrill.
One of the longest winters, thanks to a pandemic, is finally over. Folks have been sequestered. Trips have been on hold. The Coeur d'Alene Resort is bridging the gap between spring and summer.
If you're in the market for a bike, you might have to wait a while.
It is true that I like backpacking. It is also true that I like bike riding. By most processes of logic, we would assume that I would like, if not love, bikepacking.
Late December is an inherently social season. Religious gatherings, caroling and family reunions are part of the holiday experience. However, the novel coronavirus has eliminated the familiar. Indoor interaction for those beyond members of the same domicile is verboten.
Shafer Canyon Road rises from the Utah desert like a coiled snake, six switchbacks and 1,200 vertical feet of sandy, sunbaked malice poised between us and lunch, beers and one final killer view.
Over the last year, we've had amazing times outdoors, thanks to our RV.
Staff and wire reports
I think most of us are trying to wrestle with a few new dynamics in our world. Things that never were (masks at the grocery store) are now fashion statements (mine are printed with trees and bears). Our friends are on ends of a spectrum of fear or denial that has us questioning our relationships, re-evaluating trust, and isolating for reasons separate from germ spread.
Doug Peterson remembers coming home from work and walking around to the backyard, drawn by the joyful sound of teenage laughter, and finding that his son’s friends had set up the family trampoline by the swimming pool.
The Spokane County and the city of Spokane agreed to purchase two parcels of land at Beacon Hill, which will protect a mountain biking trail from future development.
The PeopleforBikes ranking of cities' bicycle systems placed Spokane at 37th, noting the city had some ground to make up to ensure riders in all areas of the city had equal access to transit options. That's the goal of the city's amendments to its Master Bike Plan, which are currently open for comments and should come before the Spokane City Council by the end of the summer.
What’s an aging cyclist to do when the hills get too long and steep – even if it is the same hill as it was 25 years ago?
In celebration of National Trails Day on Saturday, join Evergreen East on a socially-distanced trail building project at Mica Peak.
Going outside might be just what the doctor ordered.
Chris Conley is Evergreen East’s new president.
For decades, Beacon Hill, Spokane’s beloved mountain biking area, has lived on borrowed time.
Spokane’s annual bike celebration returns Sunday.
Jane Patten took this photo of Linea Jantz riding on Mount Spokane’s Trail 140. Colorful fireweed lines the trail.
It’s hot. My lungs are burning. And everything I thought I knew about fitness is expiring on the waves of ragged breath.