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Riding in the heat

There are many reasons that we say SG stands for Super Great. One of them is the fact that you can ride all year. Some people rise their eyebrows this time of year and wonder how it’s possible to ride when it’s triple digits. We know the locals are riding because we see them on the road and have a…

Service Writer Needed

We are looking to hire a passionate, customer service oriented individual. The right candidate will be able: To diagnose bicycle issues. To communicate efficiently with customers and technicians. To be detailed oriented in a busy and demanding environment. To touch type. To navigate POS system efficiently. To work 40 hours a week including Sundays. Red Rock Bicycle offers competitive wages,…

Pedaling to the Trail

Getting to the trailhead to go for a mountain bike ride can often mean loading up your bike, friends and then driving through traffic to finally get to the trail and be able to ride your bike. It’s never made a lot of sense to us to drive a car so you can ride your bike. Mostly because this driving cuts…

We’re proud to introduce the 2016 Stumpjumper

The Stumpjumper has long been a legendary  go-to bike for that do everything, ride anything rider. It’s hard to think how Specialized could have improved on the model, but we are proud to say that they have. The FSR Six Pack linkage shortens the chain stays significantly providing quick, agile handling coupled with Specialized’s stable lower bottom bracket creates a bike that can…

Let’s go bikepacking!

It’s all the rage these day, strap a few bags on your bike and head out into the wild for some adventure. The notion of leaving the 9-5 grind behind and getting lost for a couple of days under your own power isn’t a new idea, but it is one that has certainly come full circle and people are jumping…

Tour del Sol

Colt Albrecht took 2nd in the Men’s 3-4 category at the Tour del Sol representing Team Red Rock in the only stage race in Southern Utah. Team mate Brooke Mickelson placed 1st in her category and Scott Bergen rode strong to come in 4th. Corry Adams and Kellie Oliver also raced maintaining middle of the pack spots for the event. The…

Cactus Hugger Results

The second race in the Intermountain Cup, the Cactus Hugger, took place this past Saturday. The weather was perfect and Team Red Rock took advantage of their local knowledge to make a strong showing on the podiums. Parker Christensen took 1st place in the JR 13-15 category. Scott Bergen stood on top of the podium as well taking 1st place…

Team Red Rock represents SG well in True Grit

This past week the True Grit Epic was raced across some of the hardest trails in Washington County. Using everything from the Barrel Ride, Zen, Bear Claw Poppy, Stucki and Barrel Roll to make a 50 mile loop and creating one of the hardest races out there. Aptly named, this race takes some real grit. Seeing that these are the…

Getting Lost: An Ode to Paper Maps

Have you ever looked at a map, found a line that looked interesting and then attempted to follow it without any further investigation? There’s a certain level of uncertainty necessary for adventure. With modern technology it is super easy to plan out trips/rides to the a level of minutia that can make finding the unknown impossible. Our lives are planned out with…