31 Jan Gordon’s Haiku

We finished off the keg of Gordons yesterday.  It was a sad moment, the end of a glorious keg.I felt inspired to write a poem in it's honor, but a Haiku, not a regular poem, because I didn't want to try too hard.The Gordons is...

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27 Jan TR450’s, Sierra Nevada, bike blogs….

Tony was on the phone today with Transition, the anxiously awaited TR450 is now shipping.It's a hot bike we've been excited about for a while.  Check it out:http://www.transitionbikes.com/Bikes_TR450.cfmWe will have them in the store shortly.In beer news, I've had recurring conversations over the past few...

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22 Jan Dawn ’til Dusk Registration Forms are here!

Yesterday we received our Dawn 'til Dusk registration forms, so come on by and sign yourself up!You can fill out the form and pay us here at the shop.  The race is $70 a person, and $50 if you were signed up last year.  You...

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20 Jan Trail Conditions Report: North Foothills

I got out on Sunday for a solid 3+ hours of singlespeed hammering with Marc and Scott.  We started about 8:30, went for an "extended" North loop, and then headed to the South foothills for another very long loop.  Managed to get to the Tram...

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12 Jan Is it summer yet?

Well, I wish I had some trail conditions to tell you about, or some sweet winter-friendly singletrack that I just discovered.  But I just got on the bike today for the first time since last Monday, and it was the road bike (not that there's...

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04 Jan Trail Conditions Report: South Foothills

Rode the South Foothills today with Danny for a couple hours (he decided it would be good to ride a bike in the dirt once or twice before racing 24hrs in Old Pueblo).Anyhow, it's a bit wet. If you want to ride it, I...

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02 Jan Trail Conditions Report: White Mesa

Just wanted to let everybody know, White Mesa is rather snowy right now, but still perfectly ride-able.Went out there today with a couple of friends. There were snow bluffs pretty consistently, usually a couple inches deep, but we could ride through almost all of them,...

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