Biking

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COPMOBA meeting a wealth of information

By Julie Norman

I mountain bike two to three times per week most months of the year. I write this column, which is almost exclusively dedicated to biking, and I help produce our RIDE magazine each year. Yet, until Aug. 10, I had never been to a Colorado ...


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Get Out and ride

By Julie Norman

I thought about titling this, “How I spent my summer vacation,” but then I realized our trips this year started back in May, which is technically spring. It’s been quite the season of touring and checking out new bike trails ...


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Trail ready for riders

By Dale Shrull

Bob Nicholson and Terry Klishbaugh looked perplexed. It was a puzzle and the piece wasn’t quite fitting like they hoped. The piece in question was a large flat rock, and the puzzle they were working would be a rocky stretch of a trail ...


Get Out! Brain games reinvigorate tired trails

By Julie Norman

Do you find yourself in the doldrums of summer riding the same trails over and over? Have you ridden Horsethief Bench or Pet Y Kes so many times you start to wonder if you could, in fact, do it with your eyes closed? If so, you need to try ...


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On a quest for the perfect trail

By Dale Shrull

Where to ride? It’s the question every mountain biker has asked. Great trails and fun riding is always the quest. It’s the equivalent of an angler’s favorite fishing hole, but for mountain bikers, they seem to be less ...


Get Out! A few places to go for longer rides, fewer people

By Julie Norman

When we’re planning weekend or after-work rides, one of two questions often pops up: How can we avoid the crowds? Or, how can we make that ride longer? Here are several ways to do both. At Kokopelli Trails If you’re looking to ...


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Five ways to get out and ride

By Julie Norman

Spring has sprung, with windy days and unpredictable temperatures. None of that, however, will keep us dedicated mountain bikers and hikers off of the trails. We’ll be out there, wind or no, every weekend from now until it snows again, ...


Get Out! Building a trail a way to give back to bike community

By Julie Norman

A few weeks ago I got to be a part of an amazing trail-work day. I set out that morning with plans to help build the Time Machine trail, in honor of Tim Sewell, and the Curt’s Lane reroute. When I arrived at Lunch Loop, lots of people ...


COPMOBA: Coming Attractions

By Julie Norman

Here are some coming attractions for this year by COPMOBA chapter: Grand Valley Chapter April 11 and 12 Time Machine Build Day (3 Sisters Park) Upper Curt’s Lane Re-route (Lunch Loop) Spring/Summer Numerous maintenance days throughout ...


Grand Junction, Fruita and Palisade Mountain Biking Maps

By Julie Norman

Mountain biking maps for Grand Junction and Fruita’s world class Kokopelli, 18 Road and Lunch Loop can be found in this year’s RIDE magazine and also by clicking the individual links below.  These maps are great for pulling ...


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