Race :: 2013 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo

I was fortunate enough to receive an invitation to ride with the Skratch Labs team at the 2013 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo. The people who make up Skratch Labs are an amazing and like-minded group of people. I enjoyed every moment of the weekend. Even the drama. A 24 hour race is rarely chaos-free. And this was no different. Our race started as any team would wish, sitting … [Read more...]

Sea Otter Classic 2012 :: Mountain Bike Racing Revival?

Pros Return to Long Course, Amateurs: No License Required for Mountain Bike Races The Sea Otter Classic is the largest cycling festival in the world, hosting 5 days of expo, Pro racing, amateur racing and fun rides. In 2012, the Classic will run April 19-22 at the Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, California. Sweeping changes are on tap for the 2012 Sea Otter … [Read more...]

Women of Cyclocross in Boulder :: A Corey Keizer Gallery

On October 29, 2011, the US cyclocross peloton descended upon the Boulder Reservoir in Boulder, Colorado for day one of a Boulder double header cross weekend. The Colorado Cross Classic hosted the UCI Elites for a UCI C2 event. Current US National Champion Katie Compton took the top prize for the day, followed by Caroline Mani, French National Champion and National Cross … [Read more...]

The Real Women of Interbike :: Cross Vegas Elite Women Gallery by Corey Keizer

Our photog Corey J. Keizer was on hand at Cross Vegas 2011 to catch the real girls of Interbike in action in the crankbrothers ladylucx race. Katerina Nash (Luna) took the win with Amy Dombroski (crankbrothers race club) showing great form for second. Enjoy the show! … [Read more...]

$30,000 Cash Purse for 2012 Whiskey Off Road :: Press Release

$30,000 Cash Purse Announced :: 2012 Whiskey Off-Road Mountain Bike Event in Prescott, Arizona (Las Vegas, Nev.) Sept. 13, 2011 – Imagine one of the largest one-day cash purses in mountain biking history.  Sinuous flowing single track trails though the Prescott National Forest. Live music. Southwestern hospitality. And the history of cowboys, miners, gamblers and brawlers … [Read more...]