Photo Gallery: Oklahoma biking – Not as flat as you think
Washing up in the plains of Oklahoma
Photos and words by Dylan H. Brown
In the center of Tornado Alley, where the ground now rumbles because of unknown reasons–some say Fracking, some say nature–are hidden gems. Red-sliver pearls in a sea of green.
They appear magically, as if placed there accidentally. But upon further investigation, this is certainly not the case.
The Oklahoma Earthbike Fellowship (OEF), along with various other groups, have razed the soil, raked out the shrubs, and its members have broken their backs creating a network of trails that seem so far out of place that it’s simply hard to believe.
In one of the flattest places in the country, a contingency of riders have built a network of trails that even the most jaded of riders can appreciate.