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Learning New Skills At The Sedona Mountain Bike Festival

Learning New Skills At The Sedona Mountain Bike Festival

| March 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

From Friday to Monday, my confidence descending increased dramatically.

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When There’s Only So Much Sponsorship Money To Go Around, What Gives?

When There’s Only So Much Sponsorship Money To Go Around, What Gives?

| March 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Tour of the Gila committed to offering a women’s UCI race in 2015, which adds $100,000 to this year’s estimated expenses.

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Fat Bikes + Snow = Fun

Fat Bikes + Snow = Fun

| January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you’ve had your fill of skiing, skating, sledding and everything else you do for fun on the snow, check out the latest ski town fad: fat bikes. Fat bikes are all the rage in ski towns. Instead of waiting until the roads are clear and the sun is shining to take your road bike […]

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What You Always Wanted to Know About Bicycling But Have Never Asked

What You Always Wanted to Know About Bicycling But Have Never Asked

| November 24, 2014 | 2 Comments

Cyclist and author Molly Hurford to share some of the pain-free cycling tips covered in her book, Saddle, Sore.

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Joys Of Bike Commuting

Joys Of Bike Commuting

| October 22, 2014 | 2 Comments

Now wouldn’t you rather be here [leaf-adorned bike path] than there [clogged highway in a metal cage]?

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How to Patch a Bike Tube

How to Patch a Bike Tube

| September 19, 2014 | 1 Comment

Ed. note: This is the fourth in a series covering common bike repairs in a mountain bike trail setting, including repairing your flat tire, fixing your dropped chain, and fixing a broken chain with a power link. Many of these repairs can be applied or adapted to road bikes as well. My favorite half-day mountain […]

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A Race Report to Inspire

A Race Report to Inspire

| September 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Future mountain bike riders (a.k.a. children) pedaled the streets of Grand Junction in 4- and 1-mile rides for charity.

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No Pedaling Necessary In Peru’s Sacred Valley

No Pedaling Necessary In Peru’s Sacred Valley

| August 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

We took in majestic views of the famous Urubamba River flowing far below and snow-capped peaks jutting high above as we rode the grassy riverside trails passing through the ancient Inca roads that carved the desert highlands and deep canyons. There were many ruins, some waterfalls, a few stone huts built sometime in the 15th century, and llamas galore along the way.

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Dear Motorist

Dear Motorist

| August 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Over the last decade, almost 7,000 cyclists have been killed. Pledge to be more aware, stop the distractions, and stay courteous on the road.

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Don’t Miss the First Ever Women’s La Course in Paris

Don’t Miss the First Ever Women’s La Course in Paris

| July 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Other than watching the race and taking in all the action, here are five ways you can participate in La Course by Le Tour de France.

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How To Fix a Dropped Chain

How To Fix a Dropped Chain

| July 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

What’s the most important part of a bike? Arguably, the chain. Read on to learn how to fix a dropped chain.

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Cyclocross: Muddy, Messy, Brutal Fun

Cyclocross: Muddy, Messy, Brutal Fun

| July 11, 2014 | 3 Comments

My legs burned, I was wheezing, and dirt covered every inch of me. I pedaled through the muddy corner toward a sudden, steep hill. I knew my legs wouldn’t make the climb. I jumped off my bike, threw it over my shoulder, and ran.

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