Bedrock and Paradox

Posted by on Jun 2, 2016 in Bike, Bikepacking, Moab | One Comment
Bedrock and Paradox

Bikepacking helps a person appreciate the simple things–smooth trail, tailwinds, shade, and a general store with generous hours.

The White Rim – Again

Posted by on Mar 25, 2014 in Bike, Moab | No Comments

I’ve ridden the White Rim many times. It can be mundane. The route can be tedious. It’s always challenging. It’s just a dirt road. Dirt roads are boring. But I always return for another lap. I can’t stay away. The annual rite ushers in springtime, race season, and long dusty days chasing long dusty trails.

Circling the La Sals

Posted by on May 30, 2013 in Bike, Moab | No Comments
Circling the La Sals

In our ongoing efforts to prepare for the Colorado Trail Race, Ty and I rode around the La Sal mountains. It was a solid loop, in some amazing country.

“The Most Beautiful Place On Earth”

Posted by on Apr 16, 2013 in Moab, Outdoor | 3 Comments
“The Most Beautiful Place On Earth”

I spent a couple of days in Moab. Which isn’t really remarkable. I’ve done that many times. But this trip was different. I didn’t have a bike. Just a camera. I finally made good on countless promises, made while pedaling across the sandstone: “Someday I need to leave the bike home, and just shoot photos […]

Moab: Rekindled

Posted by on Jan 3, 2012 in Bike, Moab | 3 Comments
Moab: Rekindled

I love Moab. But recently, it had been relegated down the list of my favorite places to ride. I had simply grown tired of Moab. Yesterday that changed. 43 miles of redrock and singletrack rekindled the flame. My new favorite trail? Deadman’s Ridge. Connect it to the Sovereign singletrack, and you have an epic, beautiful day. […]

How To: Ride the White Rim in a Day

Posted by on Apr 26, 2011 in Bike, How To, Moab | 7 Comments

Want to ride the White Rim in a day? Here’s some information to help get you on your way.

It’s the Bratwurst, Stupid!

Posted by on Apr 25, 2011 in Bike, Moab | 10 Comments

RAWROD is a great weekend. And this is why.

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