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Womens Cycling Tag

Motivational Monday is an on going series highlighting stories of women like you and me.  Rebecca Fahringer is a 25 year-old cyclocross racer for the Jam Fund. A little about myself I am actually having an identity crisis. I am an unemployed, ex-student cyclocross racer. I started doing...

  [gallery type="rectangular" ids="14165,14166,14169,14170,14171"] Last weekend I had the opportunity to frolic in the mountains with my wife and a couple of friends. We had perfect timing to see the Aspen's leaves changing and somehow lucked out all weekend on gorgeous weather. If you are ever looking for...

One reason I backed away from the ad agency life was to slow down, be less competitive and rely less on those "Type A" personality traits. I really want to remember to enjoy the scenery around me! With that in mind, I had a very difficult debate with...

Back in mid-July, Emily and I finally made the quick trip to Buffalo Creek for some mountain biking. This trail system has a lot of hype around it and within a few miles of our route I realized why. ...

1,000 posts since starting this site in July of 2009 and I find it very fitting as I will be going back in to the bike shop life this coming Monday as the general manager of all things management at Salvagetti Bicycle Workshop here in...

Yesterday was the final stage of racing at the 2014 Breck Epic for Amy Thomas. Catch all of her stage recaps here! It's really hard to believe today was the last day. While I am relieved to no longer sleep in compression tights and eat boatloads of sugar throughout the day, I am really sad it's over. This week of riding I will never forget, in part to not just the amazing amounts of hard riding, but to this great community that has formed over the week. I hope to ride again with so many new friends.
Daily race reports of the 2014 Breck Epic from Amy Thomas of the Yeti Beti MTB Team. It took 5 days but it finally hit me. I am tired. Stage 5, Wheeler Pass, is a deceivingly hard stage. On the course profile map it looks like a giant kidney bean over the Ten Mile Range between Breckenridge and Copper Mountain. At "only" 28 miles and @5000’ climbing, you expect the day to finish easy peasy. What the map fails to show is that most of that climbing comes in the first 7 miles and tops out at 12,460’ at the summit. Only 5 of those miles are rideable.