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The Written and Un-Written Etiquette of Mountain Biking

“It’s kind of nice to know that no matter where you ride your bike on the planet, you already have a shared understanding with your fellow riders.” -Sandra Walter, Liv Racing



Walter, S. (2020, July 6). Mountain Biking Etiquette. Liv Cycling. Retrieved From https://www.liv-cycling.com/global/campaigns/mountain-biking-etiquette/25335?fbclid=IwAR3bwqgNp2fKefyg4iK3o49Q11t9jph5i-ahgwbLAdc8J8lInEOejBdiJLY

https://www.liv-cycling.com/global/campaigns/mountain-biking-etiquette/25335?fbclid=IwAR3bwqgNp2fKefyg4iK3o49Q11t9jph5i-ahgwbLAdc8J8lInEOejBdiJLY

If you are new to mountain biking or simply looking for a reminder to etiquette while out on the trail give this article a read. As we approach mid-summer in a year with more and more people riding bikes, we could all use a good reminder of what is and is not accepted while out on the trail. The mountain biking community has not always had the best rap among other trail users and proper trail etiquette can go a long way to bridging the gap.