If you’ve ever been on MTBProject.com you’re probably well aware that there are user generated “rides” in addition to just trail guides. Rides consist of a grouping of trails that bikers submit, and I’ve found them extremely helpful when visiting a new area. But here in Steamboat, one of my all-time favorite rides is
Last weekend was the Tour de Steamboat. For those of you who haven’t heard about it or read any of my other blogs (!!) it is a completely volunteer event where all the profits stay in the Yampa Valley. There are four different rides that take participants all over Routt County, over Rabbit Ears,
Happy 4th of July. July is my favorite month because it’s tour season. Tour de France, Ride the Rockies, Triple Bypass …. the list goes on but my personal favorite is the Tour de Steamboat. Why? Well because it is a local non-profit event that donates all it’s proceeds directly to Routt County beneficiaries.
Wow I am not sure anyone can begin to fathom the amazing pool of women we have in Steamboat Springs. Tonight we had over 50 women from various socio-economic backgrounds; work areas and skill levels attend our Steamboat Ski and Bike Kare Women’s Group Ride for Steamboat Bike Week. It was a phenomenal turn
In the Midwest, where I grew up, all trail-oriented athletes agree there are two seasons: Birkie training and Chequemegon Fat Tire 40 training. When one ends, the other begins. The Sunday after the Birkie is day one of cycling season. Same goes the day after the Chequemegon. Off comes the storage wax, boots are