Lock your Bike -Extra Security Tips

Many people actually do not lock their bikes or they use only conventional bike locks. Many bikes can be easily stolen because of this. The conventional bike locks uses key or a code, mostly these locks work properly and keeps your bike safe from thieves. Keep your bike in a safe place when you are not using the bike. In … Read More

The best places to Bike across Zion’s Area

The installation of the system of Zion Canyon Shuttle has enabled Zion Park to be very friendly to biking. It is now possible to pedal across the Scenic Drive all the way up the Canyon’s zion and beneath the sheer cliffs. This is where the Virgin River goes through the Narrows and a watery corridor that is sand- witched between … Read More

Mountain Biking , St. George, Utah

A totally different experience can be gained by biking fanatics when visiting one of St George, Utah’s biking trail – the Gooseberry Mesa. This place offers a highly challenging yet enjoying ride for bike enthusiasts whole year through but a pretty nice visit from mid-February until November. Gooseberry Mesa is a miles away trails which runs through slickrock situated above … Read More

Advice for Bike Lovers at Zion National Park

Introduction Even if bikes are not allowed on almost all trails and although cross country is also not allowed within the boundaries of the national park, Zion is rated as one of the best national parks that are bike friendly. Running a little below 2 miles alongside the Virgin River, the Pa’rus Trail is very friendly to bikes along from … Read More