Oh yeah! That ride was epic!
But now its time for the 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 … Keep Reading
I have a thing for old trails, or in this case old roads that are being taken back by the desert.
Having spent a decent amount of time designing, building and maintaining trails in Southern Utah, I am always … Keep Reading
The Houdini is Patagonia’s featherweight, weather resistant, packable jacket. Not only does it pack into its pocket, but the whole thing is less than 4 oz. The jacket is well thought out with just the right amount of features balanced … Keep Reading
Disclaimer: This post is written in good-hearted fun with a heavy dose of sarcasm. Don’t take any of it seriously. Like seriously don’t.
An informative question and answer segment featuring retired World Class Italian bicycle racer, Rocco Vaselino
Some of … Keep Reading
“It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor … Keep Reading
The evolution of various road bike frame materials
Ask a gaggle of roadies what frame material they think is best, and you’ll receive a variety of impassioned answers; some correct, some confused, and some wrong and based upon old … Keep Reading
You’re in Southern Utah for the Tour de St. George.
But that’s over now (good job breaking a PR and raising money to help the homeless in our area—kudos to you!).
You’ve brought your family with you. … Keep Reading