High on Mountain Biking | the trail adventures of a mountain biker

HDR Mountain Bike Photo Compilation

Part 1 of my HDR Mountain Bike Compilation . . … [Read more...]

The real history of Mountain Biking

1800's The 25th Infantry U.S. Army Bicycle Corps stationed at Fort Missoula, Montana set out across the country on their bicycles in 1896-7. Lt. James A. Moss led the company of black soldiers on several obstacle intensive test runs of the iron two-wheeled alternative to horses for transportation. Their greatest trip covered 1900 miles to St. Louis, Missouri, returning to Missoula by train. The 25th Infantry gained fame and was nicknamed the Buffalo Soldiers. In 1896 the 25th Infantry rode, … [Read more...]

Moab MTB Shuttle Share

Every year I spend a couple of weeks grippin' the Moab slickrock. This year I will be spending the whole month of October in Moab. Usually I have my own personal driver who drops me off, and picks me up on the trails that are not loops, or if there is too much road cycling involved. Trails such as Porcupine and Gold Bar are difficult without a shuttle. Anyway, this year I will be on my own, and looking for anyone that is looking to share the pick up and drop off. There are shuttle … [Read more...]

HDR Mountain Bike Photography

This year I have started shooting HDR images on the trails, personally I am really intrigued by this method, and I actually like the outcome of the photo's. For everyone that has never heard of HDR photography, just google it for plenty of info, but in short it means the following.. In image processing, computer graphics, and photography, high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminances between the lightest and darkest areas … [Read more...]

Welcome fellow High on Mountain Bikers

Welcome to this new blog of mine, I will soon be starting my 2009 USA Mountain Biking Tour. If you know of any Trails that HAVE to be done, please let me know. … [Read more...]