Trailblazing (and Biking) For Wildlife Preservation The Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicylists Work for Preservation Trailblazing (and Biking) For Wildlife Preservation The Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicylists Work for Preservation
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Trailblazing (and Biking) For Wildlife Preservation The Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicylists Work for Preservation

by Amara Holstein

April 21, 2011


In southern Arizona’s Sonoran Desert, there are some 300 miles of singletrack trail systems that weave their way through the mountains and wilderness. Hop on a mountain bike, hit a trail, and you can encounter some of the most diverse landscape in the country. “It’s a huge range of outdoor experiences,” says Brian Vance, President of Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicylists (SDMB). You’ll ride over sharp volcanic rock, weave through huge boulders and saguaro cacti, and pass desert tortoises, gila monsters, wild pigs, and bobcats along the way.

 


 


 

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