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Ride Report – Oak Grove Overnighter

The Plan Day 1 Meet at Red Rock Bicycle at 8 AM. Ride from the bike shop to Oak Grove, hopefully arriving before dark. Must arrive at Oak Grove. Camp at the base of Pine Valley Mountain. Maybe drink some beer if our beer drop actually arrives. Sleep. Route Significant Details The Oak Grove Campground at the base of Pine Valley…

Thunder Mountain-Not Just at Disneyland

Are you looking for a sweet ride at elevation? Do you want a mix of climbing, downhill, and exposure that will make you wish you’d worn your brown shorts? Are you ready to see some other-wordly terrain that will make think you’d gone to a-better-than-Disneyland place for over 15 miles? If you answer yes, you want to go ride Thunder Mountain, which sits at 8000 feet of elevation, will be a lot cooler (take extra…

New Roubaix, Demo one Today

The new Roubaix and Ruby were released a few months ago ushering in a whole new world of smoothness. We’ve had these in the store since then and the response has been fantastic. The word on the street is that they do exactly what they said they would. Not only is it a fantastic race bike for rough terrain, these bikes smooth out…

Keeping Things Totally Rad: The Dixie Mountain Bike Trails Association

It was some kind of nightmare. You load your bike, get all your gear, fill your Osprey with water, stash your Stingers (Pink Lemonade, of course), and drive to the Kentucky Lucky Chicken trailhead. Which isn’t there. Next thing you know, you somehow find yourself riding JEM, looking to hit More Cowbell, Deadringer, Goosebumps, and Crypto. What the . . ….

Just Ask Rocco, Volume III

An Informal Question and Answer Feature with Retired World-Class Italian Bike-God, Art Critic, Philosopher, Musician, Epicurean, and Narcissist, Rocco Vaselino Greetings, my American friends, and, especially, you road biking enthusiasts.  Since moving to Southern Utah a few years ago, I must say I have enjoyed riding in the fine weather, exploring the many interesting chip sealed roads, gasping through thick…

Prospector: Feed Your Soul!

  Pensively looking out my window at another, albeit rare, rainy Southern Utah day that I cannot mountain bike, I think about my rides on Prospector and how much I enjoy riding that trail. Prospector is a fun trail that has something for almost everyone. It is generally flowy and fast, with some technical parts (but not enough to make one…

#comfing the Goose

Comfing. Some people get it and some don’t, but when people call from Georgia asking about it, you know at least it’s a thing. When the idea was originally pitched by Judd, there was always one ride in particular that was required for this craze. And that ride was the Goose. I mean take a bunch of bikes designed to cruise…