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Boom! You’re a Cyclist

  Have you wondered if being a cyclist is for you: The 6 a.m. rides (in the summer)? The commuting to work 8 miles each way? The keeping track on Strava? The special clothes? But is that really what being a cyclist is about? Yes, some thrive on the competition of racing. Others love to get their 50-mile ride in early, before the heat and/or work…

Ride Report: Rainbow Rim

There are few things better than spending a weekend camping and riding with friends. Drop those two things next to one of the most spectacular backdrops in the world, and well, you have what some would call a winning combination. Our recent trip to the Rainbow Rim was that perfect combination, great friends, good rides, killer views and temperatures that…

The Dreaded High Speed Wobble

A Few Thoughts on “The Dreaded High-Speed Wobble” Most of us have experienced this terrifying phenomenon at least once while descending. Today we’ll take a look at what likely causes it, what probably doesn’t cause it, how to avoid it, and how to survive it when it happens. You’re at the top of Snow Canyon just passing the north ranger…

Pedaling 6.66 Miles In Satan’s Breath: Four Things You Can Do To Keep Riding in the Heat

Our trusty Sales Manager, Scott, was riding home yesterday, for just a few miserably hot miles towards Ivins (6.66 miles, actually), with the hot wind of hell blowing into his face, and we at the shop thought it was time for a pep-talk on hydration. With possibly the best spring I’ve seen in the 18 years I’ve lived in Saint George–cool temps,…

Red Rock Adventure Company

Adventure is one of those words, that despite being in the dictionary, can be particularly hard to define. Everyone has their own version of what it should be. For some it’s that epic, once-in-a-lifetime trip that involves serious mental anguish and high chance of failure. And for others, it’s just taking an alternative route to the grocery store. We’re not here to tell you that one…