We’ve been getting a lot of emails asking how the trails are holding up to the relentless round of storms rolling through. If the camp was this weekend we’d be in trouble – next weekend it would likely be good to go based on the 7 day forecast (sunny and 50’s). Yesterday we even ran […]
Merry Christmas to all We are enjoying a desert Christmas here in St George like no other before… We still have angels this Christmas Come visit but leave your mountain bikes at home.
Old man winter is rearing his head in St George. We don’t see him often here. Big icicles on the moto. Neighbours rallying and salting up the sidewalks Busting out the puffy. It is actually snowing in this pic. Little tiny flakes floating around. We have 2 more days of snow in the forecast! This […]
Boys came to town with their colorful ponies For some Jem action and blue skies 3 GDR finishers (1 former record holder, one last year), 2 Alaskan smitten enduros, 1 stand-up comedian, lots of big wheels with big travel. The riding was fun, the weather to die for. But we didn’t. Then it was dinnertime. […]
We did it. We finished Trans Rockies on single speeds. Wow that was hard! We even pulled off a second place on stage 4 and a third place in the GC at the end of the week. Now we are tired… More later.
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Lime Kiln is a place in the Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument that has been calling for a while. The Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument is 30 miles south of St George and covers over a million acres. It is huge and remote. It has no food, supplies, camping, lodging, first aid etc. Nearest is St George. A […]