Keep Single Track Single!

Nothing beats riding a swoopy single-track trail and feeling the g-forces as you navigate the narrow trail across the landscape!

It takes acquired skill to ride fast on a single-track trail.  If you find yourself wobbling on and off the trail, slow down until you can remain on the single-track trail.  When rookie riders wobble off the single-track trail, the trail widens.  The trail widening grows, and the once fun single-track trail becomes boring, unsightly, and increases the damages to the natural resources.

When you come up to others on a single-track trail, please do not veer off the trail to pass them. Slow down, stop if you have to say hello, and pass each other.  This is a great way to meet other riders or hikers and help build a positive community around the Nambé Badlands!


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