…And Why You Can Do It!
Trail etiquette and safety are one in the same. Not only does proper etiquette allow each rider to have a comfortable ride, but other riders benefit as well from the courtesies and consideration given to those riders, volunteers or spectators involved.
I remember vividly walking through a department store when I was expecting my first child. I was appalled at a screaming two year old and thought "my child will NEVER behave like that."
This information is provided to help you decide if you are ready to undertake the 100-Mile in One-Day Western States Trail Ride ("the Tevis Cup").
Rider Health Risks in the Tevis Cup Ride