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Bikepacking the Kokopelli Trail

Bikepacking the Kokopelli Trail

Last Fall I started a “To Do List” and one of the first things on it was to bikepack the Kokopelli Trail.  Haven ridden at both ends of the trail I was curious to know what laid in between.  The Kokopelli Trail is 139 miles long and travels from Loma, CO and Moab, UT.  It consists of mainly dirt roads and old […]

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Best, Worst, and Biggest of 2014

Best, Worst, and Biggest of 2014

For a little light humor I wanted to share what I found to be my Best, Worst, Biggest and Weirdest moments of 2014.   Best Bike I rode:  Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt Discovery:  3M Scotch Brand Super 77.  We’ve all seen riders abandon the Tour.  When they do someone “Peels” their number off.  Note, they don’t unpin the number.  Have you […]

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The End of Riding Season

The End of Riding Season

It’s been a while since I last posted anything (Sept. Thomas Lakes).  It’s hard when you live in a place like this to want to spend any more time than I already do on a computer  at work, when I get home.  My life has been taken over by cyclocross season.  It ended on Thanksgiving for me but soon nordic […]

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Bessy lying down on the job.

Benefits of Being on a Bike

There are so many benefits to being on a bicycle.  Here are some of my favorites.  Let’s hear some of yours in the comments section.   Save: $ Gas Time Stress   More of: Fresh air Calories burned Eating food Drinking beer   See things like: Birds and other wildlife Sunsets at a slower pace Beautiful views New trails and […]

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LTR #2 Men's Master Podium

Something Old, Something Worn, and Something Loose.

This past saturday was round #2 of the Live Train Race (LTR) Cyclocross Series.  This weekends event was held in Palisade, CO at Riverbend Park.  The weather report for the weekend was 12-14 inches of snow depending where you you lived.  I went to bed and it hadn’t started to snow yet.  I hoped for snow as I love racing […]

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These are why you carry tweezers.

I swear I didn’t do it!

Sunday I went for a recovery ride after Saturday nights cross race. My first cyclocross race since December of 2010. (I’m kidding of course) to Sidewinder, which is in the Peach Valley. The ride was amazing but tough. 40 miles of high desert mountain biking on single track. I even managed to put my had in a cactus. Lucky for […]

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Light Wheel

Light Wheel

This picture was taken at my camp site at Heaton CG in Frisco. I picked the site for the aspens as much as the flat spots. As you can see the morning light through the trees was amazing. Scatman Get out there! Wondering how you can support the next adventure? Simply support the following and you will be. Amazon.com and […]

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Moab

Moab

I spent a few hours at the Bar M trails a few miles north of Moab and here is what I got to ride. Scatman Get Out There!   Wondering how you can support the next adventure?  Simply support the following and you will be.  Amazon.com and Backcountry.com

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Big Bear RV’S Park to Anchorage – Day 16

Big Bear RV’S Park to Anchorage – Day 16

07.16.12 Day 16 Big Bear RV’S Park to Anchorage 42.84miles, 891.3 trip miles 12.3 avg mph, ? max 3:28:54 ride time All pavement Clouds and some sun. 60’s Days of rain: 7 It was another damp morning today. My poor tent got put away wet once more under gray clouds that threatened of rain. We got a slight mist but […]

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Fairbanks Day 2

Fairbanks Day 2

07.10.12 Day 10 Fairbanks, Zero Day #1 0 miles, 511.65 trip miles o avg mph, 0 max Overcast in the 50-60′s Days of rain: 4 We decided last night to stay another day with Dave and Jill. They have been so incredibly nice to us. Our day started with blueberry pancakes, sausage, eggs and OJ. Dave and Jill had to […]

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