Snow Capped

Posted by on Oct 28, 2010 in Outdoor, Photos | No Comments

Hello Snow!

Posted by on Oct 27, 2010 in Ski | No Comments

That first shocking snow of the season. Some say “no!” Other’s say “yes!” As for me? “Let it snow! Let it snow!”

Cross Logic (UTCX 4)

Posted by on Oct 25, 2010 in Bike, Races | 7 Comments

Cyclocross defies logic. It seems inconceivable that one could ride so fast*, and through such heinous conditions, on what amounts to a technologically deficient bike. And yet… there it is. Fast. Amazingly so. And incredibly fun. It is almost as if the ‘cross bike is the natural and obvious design for off-road riding. Not necessarily […]

Falling for Singletrack

Posted by on Oct 21, 2010 in Bike, Photos | 2 Comments

It won’t last. Storms are brewing. Get it while you can.

Learning Curves

Posted by on Oct 19, 2010 in Bike, Races | One Comment
Learning Curves

Cyclocross is wholly different than anything I’ve ever tried before. How so? There is no place to hide. Weaknesses are laid bare with alarming clarity. And while that can be true of mountain or road racing, the small and fast nature of ‘cross courses mean that spectators are going to see the flailing and mashing […]

UTCX 3 (Photos)

Posted by on Oct 18, 2010 in Bike, Races | 3 Comments

A few of my favorites from UTCX 3 2010 at the Utah State Fair Grounds.

SugarCross (Photos)

Posted by on Oct 15, 2010 in Bike, Photos | 2 Comments

SugarCross, Hipstamatic style:

How To: Return to the Office

Posted by on Oct 13, 2010 in Bike, How To, Moab | 8 Comments

We’ve all had to return to work after a great weekend of racing or riding. And we’ve all had a coworker ask that inevitable question: “How was your weekend? ” After a brief pause, as you try and determine the best way to answer the question, and upon realizing that there is no possible way […]

The 24 Hours of Moab: Impressions

Posted by on Oct 11, 2010 in Bike, Moab, Races | 4 Comments

Some things never change. The 24 Hours of Moab is one of them. Of course, there are subtle variances of minutia and nuance. In the weather. In the field. But those fade into the background of what is, and has been for 16 years, a gathering of enthusiastic, high-spirited people who love mountain bikes, the […]

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