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. Lost Coast Trail, California — June 16, 2017
  2. Should Pedal-Assist E-Bikes Be Allowed on Paved Trails? — April 28, 2017
  3. Are Trails Necessary? — April 23, 2017
  4. Trailsnet Voted One of Top Tucson Hiking Blogs — April 16, 2017
  5. People For Bikes Survey — April 11, 2017

Author's posts listings

May 14

Tucson Hiking Trails

Hiking in Tucson – 5 Awesome Adventures Hiking in Tucson is arguably some of the best hiking in the world. From lush Sonoran Desert vegetation to picturesque mountain ranges it’s easy to see what attracts hikers to this corner of the world. As you gaze upon towering saguaros and beautiful sky island mountain ranges in the …

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May 06

Haibike Electric Mountain Bike Review

Haibike XDuro Electric Mountain Bike Recently I had the pleasure of test riding a Haibike Xduro electric mountain bike. I was thoroughly impressed by its innovative engineering and functional versatility. Haibike has been around for awhile and they are one of the pioneers of the electric mountain bike. But they aren’t satisfied with creating a “decent …

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Apr 15

Pannier Backpack Convertible

Pannier on E-bike Pannier Backpack Convertible by Two Wheel Gear The folks at Two Wheel Gear have made my job easy. After spending a half hour with their Pannier Backpack Convertible I was blown away by all its amazing features. This awesome product speaks for itself. It is incredibly useful and incredibly well built. I wish I had a …

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Apr 02

Group Bike Ride Etiquette on Trails

Group Rides on Trails We’ve all seen the group rides on roads. It seems like there’s no rhyme, no reason & no rules. Cyclists riding double, triple & quadruple file spilling out into the road & completely ignoring the bike lane. But on trails, it’s essential that bicyclists heed the rules, both written & unwritten. …

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Mar 23

Homemade Backpacking Food & Trail Snacks

Budget Trail Snacks & Outdoor Food We all love our trail snacks and it’s nice to splurge on pre-packaged freeze dried backpacking meals every now and then. Nothing’s better, at the end of a hard day on the trail, than a quick & easy meal of turkey tetrazzini or beef stroganoff. But it can get …

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Mar 20

C2 Performance Tights Product Review

leg warmers for active lifestyle

Stay Warm on the Trail This Spring It’s that time of year. At the beginning of your ride, hike or run, it’s freezing cold, and you want to bundle up to stay warm. But half-way into your activity, you’re becoming overheated and uncomfortable. Should you wear shorts and a t-shirt or full-length pants and a …

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