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Do you love bikes? Do you have excellent customer service skills and want to build your career in the cycling industry? We are looking for a full time, Master Mechanic to add to our staff. Needed job skills: Touch type. Efficiently navigate POS. Excellent customer service. Detail oriented and able to complete tasks efficiently without mistakes. Knowledge of all current…

Three Peaks Revival

There was some serious racing that happened at the Three Peaks Revival. The Revival is a festival weekend with a n 8-hour race hosted on Saturday. As it’s first year and with weather that was less than agreeable, we had  a great, core group of riders and racers who showed up for the group rides and the race. The weekend…

Trust Me: You Want To Eat At Even Stevens

Oh yeah! That ride was epic! But now its time for epicness of a gastronomic sort. And the age-old debate begins: “Where do you want to go?” “I don’t know. Where do you want to go?” “I don’t know.” “Well, I don’t know. Umm. . . Where do you want to go?“ “I don’t know. Where do you want to…

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…

Red Rock Rattlers

If there is one thing that this world needs more of, it’s kids on bikes. Get them out from behind those screens and into the great outdoors enjoying fresh air, their friends and a little exercise for good measure. We started the Summer Shredders, just for that reason, which was an overwhelming success. Thank you to everyone who attended. After…

The Bike Family

Our friends and family lovingly refer to us as “the bike family.” Our garage is full of bikes, helmets and every gadget under the sun associated with bike repair and maintenance. We have two special drawers in the kitchen dedicated solely to water bottles, a plethora of spandex and a closet full of cycling-related t-shirts and jerseys. So, yeah…I guess…

Lil Shredders Kids Camp

I admit I was a tad bit skeptical about a bicycle program and children in the summer… Isn’t that a parent’s job? Summer is too busy and too hot here in St. George??  But the more I thought about it I realized they were the perfect audience.  Children are the future. This might be their first and only introduction to the…

Strava

Frivolous Distraction, or Useful Social Platform and Training Tool? Road cycling has always been fraught with technical controversy, for as long as I can remember. Back when we all rode 5-speed freewheels (not cassettes, mind you), the newfangled 6-speeds came out. Riders were divided and highly opinionated as to the efficacy of this new “gimmick.” Soon after, some of us…

Life at 10 MPH

Introducing a new series It’s race season – the Tour de France, triathlons, Crusher in the Tusher – all of this would make you think that the only good use of a bicycle is to race! In fact, as we look at our life on the bike, racing and training for events has been a primary focus, maybe too much…