A recent study found that about a quarter of people in the United States are not able to enjoy outdoor activities without having a backcountry bike.
The National Bicycling Association (NBA) has a goal to make backcountry biking more accessible, but the NBA’s chief executive officer said the group is focused on educating people about the benefits of biking to make it a reality.
“The number one challenge is the cost,” said Steve Smith, NBA CEO.
“Bikes are expensive, and the costs of the bike itself are high, so the average person who wants to do this in their lifetime would have to spend $30,000 or more on the bike, plus another $10,000 to rent the bike.”
Bikes can be expensive, but they can be an affordable way to get around, he said.
“People who want to do it on a budget and not necessarily a super high budget are going to do a lot of things, and you can’t do it all.
You can’t go for a ride every weekend, but you can do it in the summer and on weekends.”
But the cost is there, and there are several options for people who want a little more comfort and freedom on their backcountry bikes.
Bikes range from the inexpensive and practical to the more expensive and expensive-looking.
In fact, there are so many options available that there’s no shortage of bikes to choose from.
There are plenty of options for the average user: the budget-minded or the commuter looking to spend a little less.
The following list of the top-rated backcountry bicycles will get you started in the right direction.
Bike of the Week Bobby, a folding bike that can be purchased in both regular and folding configurations, was designed by Burt Rutan and is now sold by the Bikes for Humanity nonprofit.
In the spring of 2019, Bobby, the newest bike on the list, made headlines when the National Park Service and the U.S. Forest Service jointly launched a campaign to sell more bicycles to the public.
The NBA is using the campaign to help educate people about bikes.
Burt Rutano, the founder of the company, said he designed the bike after he was stuck in the middle of a mountain bike ride when his bike broke down.
“I’ve never ridden a bike like this before, and I’m going to try,” Rutano said.
The new bike has a 700cc engine that can handle speeds in excess of 30 mph.
While the Bicycles for Humanity campaign is focusing on educating about biking to the general public, the Nba’s Smith said the NSA is also working with other bike manufacturers to help people with specific needs get the bikes they need.
Smith said the most common questions people ask about bikes are, “Can I ride it?” and, “Is it comfortable?”
When people ask those questions, he says, they are looking for a bike that will allow them to ride on a range of terrain, including trails, hills and off-road roads.
A variety of bike brands are available to buy, from the more affordable options to the pricey ones.
Nba’s Bikes For Humanity bike comes in a variety of colors and models, including white, green, brown and purple.
The Bikes campaign also offers an online program where people can find the best and most affordable bike they can afford for a specific ride.
The Bikes program is a great way to learn about different bike models and find the one that’s right for you, Smith said.
For people looking to buy a bike, Smith suggests they shop online.
Bicyclist.com has a number of options to help you find the right bike for your needs.
If you’re ready to start riding your new bike, Bikes has an online bike sale where you can buy a new bike at a great price.
It’s important to note that the NLA is a nonprofit, not a corporation.
Biker.com, the organization that sells the bikes, is a not-for-profit organization, which means the organization does not take a cut of sales.
Even though the Bids for Humanity bike sale is a non-profit, it is still supported by the NTA, which is the federal government agency that sponsors the National Parks Service.
Because of that, the bike sale will be held at the same time that the National Bikes sales are held.
At the end of the sales, the bikes will be donated to local charities.
One of the things that makes backcountry riding so enjoyable is that you get to do things you wouldn’t normally be able to do, said Rob Clements, who is the co-founder of the Bikers for Humanity group.
But the NMA’s Smith says there are still plenty of people out there who want backcountry cycling, and