Lockdowns, public lands closures, supply chain disruptions and travel restrictions took a toll. But many outdoor retailers still had a great year.
High-quality trails take expertise and meticulous work. Professionally built trails can cost up to $70,000 a mile.
Bikes and parts could cost 15% to 25% more — if there's even inventory to sell, that is.
Businesses that sell outdoor gear, from bikes to kayaks, have been doing well in the pandemic, but other parts of the outdoor recreation economy have struggled.