Summit-X Enduro Benefit Race: Downhill biking results for Aug. 24, 2014
Those with mortal lungs were milking freshies on the 4.25-mile Morning Gloria, Steamboat Springs' newest mountain bike trail. You only get one chance at a first impression and Morning Gloria’s was...glorious.
Sunday's Summit-X race at Steamboat Ski Area drew dozens of downhill riders as the unofficial International Mountain Bicycling Association World Summit closing ceremony.
Rank, Peak, Elevation, Range of Colorado 14ers
Some must-know things about 14ers from Denver mountain meteorologist Chris Tomer.
Everyone who has conquered 14,000-feet elevations has their reason — and their story — behind what brought motivated them to climb Colorado’s tallest peaks.
Allure of Colorado’s 14ers captivates hikers near and far, leaving them wanting more
Rock climbing in Steamboat is one of the many adventures that people can take part in. Reporter Audrey Dwyer wrote about her experience climbing the Bob Grey Tower.
In correlation to the International Mountain Biking Association World Summit, Steamboat's High School League Mountain Bike team will host a movie night of a film that shows what it takes to compete at the high school level.
In the end, the top two men’s racers in the Town Challenge mountain bike series couldn’t have asked for anything more, dashing together for the finish with everything on the line.
The IMBA World Summit will settle down Wednesday for a long weekend of riding and talking about bikes in Steamboat Springs.
Kelly Boniface was new to mountain bike stage racing, but that didn't keep her from a fourth-place finish last week at the Breck Epic.
After 15 years of providing equine therapy to those with special needs in the region, the Humble Ranch Education & Therapy Center will turn much of its operation over to the Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports organization, the groups announced this week.
The newest trail on Emerald Mountain, the $160,000, 4.25-mile Morning Gloria trail, is ready for riders.
Hundreds of metal thumbtacks were strewn across a half-mile bicycle route stretch before Sunday's Steamboat Triathlon, causing as many as 28 flats and stirring up a group of cyclists already angry about the ongoing problem.