Kingdom Trails – In a Picture

Kris The smile of joyful satisfaction – the after effects of blazing down trails, inches from a teammates wheel, with nothing on my mind except the line ahead and the dare to lay the bike over just a little more though the next corner. Smiling, encouraging faces always greeted me as we re-grouped between runs. … Continue reading “Kingdom Trails – In a Picture”

New Jersey’s First Professionally Built Flow Trails Come to HIgh Bridge

JORBA has some exciting news! Something is decidedly NOT rotten in the state of New Jersey. High Bridge, NJ has approved adding directional, progressive, family-friendly, skill building bike trails to an existing system, leveraging proximity to the High Bridge pump track, Columbia Trail and Nassau Trail systems to further establish High Bridge as a destination mountain bike … Continue reading “New Jersey’s First Professionally Built Flow Trails Come to HIgh Bridge”

The NICA race at Chester: No children were included in the writing of this blog

-by Norm Zurawski NICA has been a great vehicle for getting kids out of the house and on their bikes. As I’ve gotten more involved in this scene, I want to get even more involved. But as a boat needs water, a train needs rails, an airplane needs air, and the tires of your bike … Continue reading “The NICA race at Chester: No children were included in the writing of this blog”

Stewart PI Mousetrap – the MTBNJ Blurbs

Glenn Going in to this race and knowing the race course required a lot of consistent and almost constant power. My expectations were to just do better than the previous year.Finished 8th on the day 8 spots better than 2018. It was another “wet race” although it didn’t rain during the race the previous night’s … Continue reading “Stewart PI Mousetrap – the MTBNJ Blurbs”

Stewart from the Promoter’s Lens

With that, the 2019 MTBNJ race promotion season has ended. Despite summer being over a month away, our race promotion season is now 3 races down, and we’ll be winding down the rest of the year going to Kingdom Trails, doing group rides, enjoying the summer, and jumping into some mountain and/or cross races as … Continue reading “Stewart from the Promoter’s Lens”

Stewart PI Mousetrap: The Sales Pitch

The 2019 version of the Stewart Poison Ivy Mousetrap is coming down the mountain with rapid speed, and now is the time to take a good, hard look at what this race is all about. First and foremost, if you want to register you can do so here: https://www.bikereg.com/stewart-pi-mousetrap If you need convincing, here is … Continue reading “Stewart PI Mousetrap: The Sales Pitch”

Iron Furnace – the MTBNJ Blurbs

This weekend was the MASS Endurance Race – The Iron Furnace at Wawayanda State Park.   It’s a badass race that’s overshadowed a bit by its bigger brother, the Bearsct 50.   But the Iron Furnce is still no walk in the park, because riding those wet roots and rocks is a challenge no matter what.   On … Continue reading “Iron Furnace – the MTBNJ Blurbs”