Biking

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Mastering Moab

By Staff

Training camps were always some of my favorite times as a professional cyclist. It was a time to hang out with your teammates and ride a bike for five to eight hours a day without the stress of racing. Last weekend, some local friends and ...


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Get Out! Bringing the essentials in a pack an important part of riding

By Julie Norman

One of the first things I grab before any bike ride is my backpack. I fill the hydration bladder with enough water to get me through the ride, plus a little extra. This usually means one liter for a short, after-work ride, or at least two ...


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Collegiate cycling can last a lifetime

By Scott Mercier

Today is the final race for the Colorado Mesa University Class of 2013 Cycling Team. Patric Rostel is the last of the four-man dynasty to graduate. With Conor and Kevin Mullervy, Richard Geng and Patric, the team won back-to-back team time ...


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Trail work to open new multiuse loop

By Dave Buchanan

Take a hike, build a trail, feel good about yourself. Do all three Saturday and Sunday by volunteering to work on a new loop trail in the Bookcliffs area north of Fruita. The trail is planned as an alternative ride for mountain bikes, dirt ...


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Get Out! If local bike trails are loaded, try these road trips

By Julie Norman

Spring is here, and the local bike trails are packed with riders. Locals, tourists, beginners and experts are out enjoying sunshine and singletrack. In these early spring months when bike trail traffic is at its peak, we like to take a break ...


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Get Out! Building a trail is an
 eye-opening experience

By Julie Norman

If I’m being honest, the first reason I decided to volunteer for COPMOBA’s recent trail building day was to alleviate a sense of guilt. I write about trails, I bike trails and I even run trails sometimes, but have I ever helped ...


Doctor’s orders: Get out and ride!

By Scott Mercier

Colorado is a treasure chest for those who love the outdoors: hunting, fishing, rafting, cycling, hiking, mountain biking, skiing and many others. But this is also a bit of a Pandora’s box, too, because it is rare to meet someone from ...


Weekend of work planned for Three Sisters bike trails

By Dave Buchanan

The long-term development and restoration of the popular Three Sisters bike trail complex along Monument Road continues this weekend and you’re invited to help. Mesa Land Trust, in partnership with the City of Grand Junction, Bureau of ...


Mountain bikers to celebrate new trail at 18 Road

By Duffy Hayes

Another season, and another new trail is planned at the popular 18 Road system north of Fruita. The mountain bike community will converge at 18 Road on Sunday to officially name and cut the ribbon on the latest addition to the network. This ...


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Get Out! Breaking out the bike

By Julie Norman

Anticipation. That’s the feeling that comes over me with the first ride of bike season every year. Butterflies start fluttering about in my stomach, and I start thinking about every drop and ledge on the route I’m about to tackle. ...


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