Watch: High Speed Shred on the Gnarly Holy Cross Trail – Grand Junction, CO

Watch: High Speed Shred on the Gnarly Holy Cross Trail – Grand Junction, CO

Nate Hills & Co. shred the gnarly Holy Cross trail in Grand Junction, Colorado. The post Watch: High Speed Shred on the Gnarly Holy Cross Trail – Grand Junction, CO appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Watch: High Speed Shred on the Gnarly Holy Cross Trail – Grand Junction, CO by lydia_shiningbrightly More about

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Tour Divide Racer Eddie O’Dea Has Raised Over $17,000 for High School MTB

Tour Divide Racer Eddie O’Dea Has Raised Over $17,000 for High School MTB

Eddie O’Dea is an accomplished ultra endurance racer from Georgia who has set records in the Trans North Georgia, the Huracan 300, and other events. He’s currently racing the pinnacle of all bikepacking races–the Tour Divide–in an effort to raise money for the Georgia Interscholastic Cycling League (the Georgia branch of NICA). Assuming he completes the

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NICA high school mountain biking more than just sport

NICA high school mountain biking more than just sport

Editor’s Note: This post and all photos are courtesy Trek Bicycles. The original feature story can be found here. Trek donates $ 1 from the sale of every Bontrager mountain bike tire to the National Interscholastic Cycling Association. Trek is proud to support NICA’s mission to help kids build strong bodies, minds, and characters through

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New England high school MTB League growing rapidly

New England high school MTB League growing rapidly

The league has grown to encompass 330 riders from 29 high schools in four New England states. Editor’s Note: Thanks in part to organizations such as the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, there has been explosive growth in high school mountain bike racing all over the country. There are competitive leagues in Arizona, Colorado, Utah, California,

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“UnVailing” the Aspens in Colorado’s High Country, Part 2: An Epic Ride in Vail’s Backcountry

“UnVailing” the Aspens in Colorado’s High Country, Part 2: An Epic Ride in Vail’s Backcountry

For day two of my aspen weekend in Vail, the goal was to get well out of town and hit some new-to-me and rarely-ridden singletrack. My map study had revealed an epic loop, rideable from town, which would include exactly that, along with a couple more popular local trails. But it was only accessible by

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