Moab on a Budget

Words and Photos by Mike Smart Moab, Utah claims home to some of the most iconic mountain biking in the United States. With Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park accommodating 1.5M and 750k visitors, respectively, annually, it’s no wonder this destination has become so popular. Each year I take …

Mining for Skills with Kirt Voreis as He Shreds a Desert Landscape

You want to do a wall ride? You need basic skills. You want to roll off steep obstacles? You need basic skills. You want to ride steep terrain? You need basic skills. You want to corner in control and at speed? You guessed it, you need basic skills. Kirt Voreis …

Searching for Dirt Treasure in California: Nate Adams and Kirt Voreis Hit the Road

Nate Adams and Kirt Voreis, along with sidekick, Harrison the dog, hit the road in search of sublime singletrack and dirt jump fun in California. For more info on the bikes Nate and Kirt ride go here:  RIP 9 RDO and here: JET 9 RDO

Ditch Work? Ditch School? Heck Yeah! Kirt Voreis shreds at #vitalditchday

VitalMTB celebrates the opening of shred season each year by inviting their friends to ride at Snow Summit for a day of jumps, scrubs, trails and whips. Here, Kirt Voreis gets after it on his RIP 9 RDO on the Party Wave trail with VitalMTB staffer, Josh Nevelson. A closer …

Kirt Voreis and the Legendary Jackalope

Jackalope? What’s that? As a kid on my first drive across the U.S. with my folks, there was talk about something called a jackalope. Postcards at Wall Drug showed images of a rabbit with antlers. Did this thing really exist? Or shall we ask, “Does this thing exist?” All you …