Poll: How Do You Get To Non-Local Trails?

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This week’s Singletrack Poll Question that we want to ask you: How do you get to non-local trails?

Now, we’re not necessarily talking about international riding trips, but rather rides that are beyond easy riding distance from your house. Perhaps the next county over, or at the other end of the country. For these rides, do you typically make use of your car? And if so, do you use roof racks or a rear-mounted rack? Or do you squeeze your bike and all your gear in the boot? Or maybe you don’t have a car, and you’re able to bum a lift in someone else’s car?

Canyon have the most coveted race truck
Do you have a purpose-built adventure wagon to get to far-reaching trails?

Or do you use public transport instead? Perhaps a train or a bus?

We’d love to know how you get to your non-local trails, so pick the option that best suits you below. Can’t see the poll for some browser-related technical reason? Then click here to submit your answer!

How do you get to non-local trails?

  • In a car with bikes inside (38%, 331 Votes)
  • In a car with a rack (30%, 257 Votes)
  • In a panel van/MPV/camper (22%, 187 Votes)
  • It always varies (5%, 44 Votes)
  • We ride everywhere (2%, 21 Votes)
  • On the train (2%, 18 Votes)
  • In a pickup (1%, 11 Votes)

Total Voters: 869

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Mavic - Eurobike 2016
Ye Olde Bike Racks.
Vito Van Packing
Do you have a van like the Singletrack test crew?
Or is train-power your preferred method of accessing new trails?
We don’t really recommend this.
air new zealand flight plane jet
Private jet perhaps?
Heli biking ago-go!
Or is helicopter more your style?
Everyone on the bus!
Everyone on the bus!
Then again, some riders do choose to ride EVERYWHERE. We refer to these bikepacking adventurers as the “Hermit Crabs” of the bike world.
pedal car
Is there an alternative mode of transport that we haven’t listed in this week’s poll? Submit your suggestion below! Photo: eBay Listing.
pedal car
Technically it is pedal power…Photo: eBay listing.

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