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RIDIN’ HIGH

By Matt Meyer

In any racing sport, the same rule is taught to young racers over and over: Never look behind you. But Grand Valley BMX rider Steven Adams broke that rule when he peaked to see the gap between him and the field.  “Well, I wanted ...


BMX racing brings quintet of cousins together

By Matt Meyer

Alex Serrano’s orange bike frame was barely visible just out of the starting gate. As he rounded the first corner of his race, though, he became the easiest rider to spot. Serrano quickly pulled away from the competition and easily ...


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Mountaintop experience

By Dennis Webb

ASPEN — For fans of the sport, no place is a bad place to watch a bicycle race. But for some, nothing beats the top of a mountain pass. “The finishes and starts are really exciting but this is where the fun is,” said April ...


Whiteleys finish first, second in Lucas Oil Nationals

By Staff

Jim Whiteley and Annie Whiteley nearly joined each other in the winners circle for the second time. The YNot Racing team drag racers from Grand Junction each reached the final of the NHRA Lucas Oil Series Nationals last weekend in Brainerd, ...


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Looking forward

By Dennis Webb

ASPEN — Coloradan Tom Danielson badly wanted to look back to see whether other cyclists might catch him as he pushed to the finish line of Wednesday’s stage of the USA Pro Challenge bike race. “I was like, ‘I’m ...


Timeout, Aug. 22, 2012

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


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Tejay takes over

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MOUNT CRESTED BUTTE — Tejay Van Garderen hoped his time would come. For the first time in his young professional cycling career, after the second stage of the USA Pro Challenge on Tuesday, Van Garderen could raise his hands in ...


CMU cycling coach says getting a stage of race in GJ would be ‘huge’

By Nick Walter

MONTROSE — Rick Crawford, Colorado Mesa University’s cycling coach, watched the start of the USA Pro Challenge’s second stage in Montrose and couldn’t help but see growth in the event, and what a stage in Grand Junction ...


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RMO drama comes down to 18

By Staff

The 18th tee box at Tiara Rado Golf Course was a happening kind of place Sunday afternoon. The elevated, mowed-down oval of grass sitting only 310 yards from the final pin ended up being the deciding factor as the 74th annual Enstrom Rocky ...


GJ native Montgomery enjoying time at RMO

By Staff

For Monte Montgomery, the Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open is much more than just a golf tournament. It’s a perfect excuse to come home. While the Grand Junction native has been making the trip every year since moving to Las Vegas in 1990 to ...


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