Queens of Cross :: Tough Girls Lead Women’s Cycling Promotion

Colorado’s Tough Girl Cycling will host the first annual Queens of Cross in this weekend. The 2011 Queens of Cross event was created to ease the entry into the world of cyclocross racing. Cyclocross has increased in popularity in the US over the past 2 years, and for some it has become the sole focus […]

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Cyclocross Season Around the Corner: SoCal Cross Schedule, CrossVegas Reg Open

If you ever needed an excuse to go to Las Vegas, here is the best one yet! Whether you need a guise to cover up a week of hot sun, staying up until 4am and squandering your last paycheck, or you are a huge cyclocross fan looking for a Belgie-esque experience, CrossVegas is the place […]

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2011 USA Mountain Bike Marathon National Championships :: A Course Profile

      In September, Bend, Oregon will host the 2011 Mountain Bike Marathon National Championships. Marathons, typically around 100 km,  are taking mountain bike racing back to its roots: where riders had to tough out long loops, point-to-points comprised of hard climbs and technical singeltrack in real mountain settings. Not only is this a […]

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Ciao, Wahine! :: Pua Mata Represents USA at Marathon Worlds

When USA Cycling issued the first press release announcing the UCI Mountain Bike Marathon World Championship team, Pua Mata was not on the list. The winner of the 2011 Whiskey Off Road was the first candidate in many minds for a nomination. The Whiskey Off Road, contested 1 May 2011 in Prescott, Arizona, was not an official qualifier for the Worlds team, but with the likes of Catharine Pendrel (Luna Chix) and Kelli Emmett (Giant) showing up for the cash, any result would be worthy. Pua took the win in Prescott in the last minutes of the race, besting Canadian National Champion Pendrel, earning $4,000, and cementing her name as the best Marathon Mountain Bike Racer in North America.

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A Different Kind of Whiskey Tasting :: Whiskey Off Road by Alex Boone

After a two year hiatus, I decided to return to Prescott, AZ for the 2011 Whiskey Off Road marathon. A proper 50 mile beat down in the beautiful pine forest North of Phoenix, the Whiskey is a throwback to ‘old skool’ mountain bike racing; long climbs, technical descents and breathtaking mountain vistas along the entire […]

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2011 Whiskey Off Road :: Start List

Mountain bike racing is back. And it’s back big time in Arizona. The 2011 Whiskey Off Road produced by Epic Rides will likely go down as the largest cash purse for a mountain bike race in the US. A total of $20,000 in cash will be awarded to the Pros, with $10,000 on the line […]

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The Women of Mountain Biking :: Bonelli Pro XCT / US Cup Triple Crown

Story: Tonya R. Bray Photos: Corey J. Keizer The US Cup Triple Crown and USA Cycling Pro XCT Tour mountain bike races kicked off at Bonelli Park in San Dimas, California last Saturday and for most of the Pro women of mountain biking, it was the first race of the season. The southern migration delivered […]

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Bonelli Travel Guide :: Pro XCT, Triple Crown, Kenda Cup and Team Big Bear race Travel Guide 1

Over the past several years, we have seen the National mountain bike scene move from beautiful mountain resorts to small and possibly obscure towns. What used to be held in Big Bear at Snow Summit resort in Southern California– the first race of the NORBA National Mountain Bike Race Series– is now at Bonelli Park […]

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SoCal Dirt :: High School Race #1

Former SoCal League riders Zach Valdez (Hemet High School), JC Goldsmith (Hemet High School) and Mareck Mitchell (Royal High School) will join their Alma Maters for the first race of the SoCal High School Cycling League this Sunday, March 6, 2010 at Vail Lake in Temecula, California. Riders will race for points for their High […]

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Sagebrush Safari 2011 :: Snow Snaffles Race, Riders Mud On

It’s akin to being late to work. The more anxious you become, the more obstacles are thrown in your way. As we sauntered around packing in the morning, we did not know what was in store for the “easy” 3 hour drive to the Sagebrush Safari– the first of the Kenda Cup West races for […]

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