Author's details

Name: Kevin
Date registered: November 14, 2011


I am a lover of trails and a consummate traveler. In addition to sharing a network of trails on the internet via, I also host trail tours at Find out more about trail vehicles & personal transportation vehicles at

Latest posts

  1. Thanks for the Trailsnet Donations — March 24, 2017
  2. Fell Running on Lake District Trails — March 17, 2017
  3. Improve Your Mountain Biking Skills — January 14, 2017
  4. West Coast Trail in Canada — December 29, 2016
  5. Shoes For Trail Running — December 19, 2016

Author's posts listings

Oct 17

Virgin River Trail in Utah

shadow of trail rider

Paved Trail in Southern Utah When I first got the idea for Trailsnet, one of the early trails I rode was the Virgin River Trail in St. George, Utah. In fact, I rode it so early, I hadn’t even gotten the website up and running nor had I started using GPS to record trail information. …

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Oct 09

iZip Zuma Electric Bike Review

Currie Technologies Currie Technologies makes a wide range of electric bikes from affordable models with lead-acid batteries starting just below $1,000 to higher end electric bikes with Lithium-ion batteries that sell for around $4,000. Currie Technologies sells two lines of electric bikes: the iZip electric bike (reviewed here) and the eFlow electric bicycle. Currie also carries a line of …

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Oct 06

Fall Colors on the Trail

beautiful fall foliage along trail path

Fall Leaf Viewing by Trail It’s time for our annual list of great autumn leaf viewing trail choices. First we’ll start with the benefits of viewing fall leaves from the trail rather than the road. Slower pace allows for much more relaxed viewing. Less hectic means less dangerous. Get your exercise while viewing the fall …

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Oct 05

Essential Clothes for Surviving Outdoor Emergencies

glove in snow beside trail

Outdoor Survival Tips for Trail, Road & Home When it’s time to hit the trail, always plan for the worst while enjoying the best. Even if it’s sunny and warm when you leave the trailhead, there’s no guarantee it will stay that way. And it’s better to be over-prepared than under-prepared. Here are some great …

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Sep 26

Don’t Own a Bicycle? Ride a Boris Bike.

London's Big Ben Tower

Biking in London, England If you’ve ever wanted to take a bicycle ride on a Thames River bicycle path or an urban bikeway through the heart of London, you don’t have to worry about bringing your own bike with you to England. Thanks to a forward-thinking London mayor and a community that’s supportive of alternative …

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Sep 24

Ridekick Electric Bike Trailer

Ridekick battery and display panel

Make Any Bike an Electric Bike If you’d like the benefits of an electric bike while still retaining the benefits of your regular bike, then the Ridekick is the perfect solution for you. Ridekick is an electric trailer that you hook to your bike; the trailer then pushes your bike whenever you need a little …

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