In early May of 2016 Ryan Delany, then Prince William County Parks and Recreation Trail Manager, reached out to Martín Fernández, of the Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts, about the possibility of leading an effort to revitalize the existing legacy trail system at Locust Shade Park in Triangle, Virginia. Martín took the project by the reigns, and over the course of the next 5 years, with help from other volunteers and Prince William County staff, set out to transform Locust Shade’s trail system into a regional mountain Biking destination.
About Martin Fernandez
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Entries by Martin Fernandez
Just got a mountain bike? Here are a few regional destinations – from easy to hard – that will help you build your MTB skills.
I was fortunate to have video guru Drew Geraci of District 7 Media put together this short profile of me. In it I talk about my books and my passion for riding trails.
Tips for getting ready and riding the MoCo Epic or any other long distance bike ride like the Tour deFall Line or Patapsco 50k
I spent the evening with Will Niccolls, host of the Angry Mountain Biker, to talk about mountain Biking in the Washington DC, Maryland and Baltimore regions
A conversation with James Stoup, developer of Yazda and Trail Status, on what prompted him to pick up and move to Colorado and develop his apps.
Over the past few weeks I reached out to two local photographers who specialize in Cycling Photography to talk about their craft, how they got into shooting, and what they love about documenting cycling and the athletes that practice our sport.
This past weekend was the 2106 MORE Winter Party/Meeting and a handful of us had a chance to explore some of the urban trails around Rock Creek along Silver Spring, Maryland.
An interview with Jim Harman, founder of EX2 Adventures on what’s in store in 2016 for adventure racing around DC.
Interview: Mountain Biking in the DC Region would not be what it is today without the efforts of MORE’s current President: Ernie Rodriguez.