Singletracks recently rated Knoxville #4 on their list of 10 Best US Mountain Bike Towns With the Lowest Cost of Living
…With over 200 miles of singletrack within 25 miles of downtown, there’s so, so much more to be ridden! Charlie Morgan, Knoxville local and freelance writer for Singletracks.com, recommends checking out “Barn Burner at Baker’s Creek (Devil’s Racetrack for experts), South Loop, Ross Marble, Flow at Mead’s Quarry, and Lost Chromosome at Fork of The River WMA.”
Read the full article here »
“…With solid year-round work in land conservation and recreation promotion from local entities such as the Legacy Parks Foundation, Knoxville is fast becoming one of the hottest outdoor cities on the east coast.”
Read more: http://www.blueridgeoutdoors.com/go-outside/48-hours-in-knoxville-tn/
“While Knoxville might be best known as a college football town, a busy group of builders and riders are working to give the city a second identity as a mountain bike town by piecing together a massive system of singletrack that winds through downtown’s suburbs.”
Read more: http://www.bikemag.com/routes/urban-wilderness/#Msw4oB8PydqXmmFv.99
This Pinkbike article sums up our feelings about this great city and its inhabitants perfectly!
The people I had gotten to know over the course of my time here were so profoundly excited to show off their trails and community, and the sense of family and familiarity was palpable almost immediately. There’s something to be said about the people of a particular place making it a destination.
Read more at Pinkbike »
Located just west of the spine of the Appalachian Mountains, Knoxville is blessed with never ending ridges and valleys–AKA really good geography for trails. Thanks to the blood, sweat, and tears of some exceedingly motivated mountain bikers, this East Tennessee city of 200,000 is laced with some seriously epic riding.
Read more at MTB Project »
From the top of Pappy’s Point, you can just see downtown Knoxville’s skyline peeking above the lush green waves of rolling hills to the northwest. It’s an odd sight for a place that feels so removed, but it’s a quick reminder that—even here, surrounded by towering pines and the incessant chirping of songbirds in the heart of the city’s Baker Creek Preserve—you’re just a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle.
Read more at Roots Rated »
Roots Rated recently interviewed AMBC’s president Matthew Kellogg about our ongoing work to build and improve trails around Knoxville . Read it here »