On a hot and humid day in late May, the 2009 version of Bump N’¬†Grind went down in its typical tight and tough competition. Riders from all over the United States and some from as far away as Isreal, South¬†Africa, Australia and Poland showed up to tackle the course. The pro race took on whole new twist as, for the first time, they raced on a 5.3 mile course for multiple laps. It was a great chance for spectators to see a kind of race not seen on the trails of Oak Mountain State Park. Riding for Team Sho-Air, Australia’s Sid Tamberlay fought off aRead More →