In its third year, the Steamboat Springs Enduro-X mountain bike series has downsized while at the same time growing larger than ever.
Two new trails are being built on Emerald as you read, and they are direct results from that 2A ballot initiative vote that allocated accommodations tax funds for trails.
Major traffic reroutes and delays will continue today as 2015 USA Pro Challenge cyclists make two laps through Steamboat Springs as part of Stage 1 of the race.
Results for Steamboat Stinger mountain bike race, Aug. 15, 2015
In a town known for its powder skiing and winter Olympians, all this pedaling around begs the question — is cycling good cross-training for ski season?
Kevin De Mesmaeker only dreams one dream at a time, so while visions of champagne on the Champs-Élysées and Tour de France yellow surely dance in the imagination of many cyclists, he’s focused several steps lower.
Russell Finsterwald isn’t used to 50-mile mountain bike races. Then again, races that length — like Saturday’s fifth annual Steamboat Stinger — are relatively uncommon.
Routt County's Coal Mine Loop is a great local road riding challenge
The Coal Mine Loop, the setting for Monday's Stage 1 of the USA Pro Challenge, is a beautiful local challenge for road bikers. It's a gritty and exhausting test for one sports writer.
Jim Schneider and Kara Stoller, co-chairs of the Local Organizing Committee, welcome visitors and locals to enjoy the Steamboat Springs stages of the 2015 USA Pro Challenge.
The fifth installment of the Steamboat Stinger, organized by locally owned Honey Stinger, is back this weekend in Steamboat Springs, looking to create even more buzz than it has its previous four years.
While hiking up to the Royal Arch in the Flatirons of Boulder two weekends ago, I decided it was time for me to push my boundaries a bit. It had been 29 years since my husband Mike and I had last done a real backpacking trip, so we decided that’s how we’d spend our 30th anniversary weekend — hiking up to Mica Lake in the Mount Zirkels Wilderness Area and camping overnight.
Nearly 150 locals traipsed westward to attend the outdoor industry’s biggest annual get-together — the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market Tradeshow — including at least seven outdoor manufacturers as well as buyers from local retailers, manufacturers’ reps, public relations experts and more.
Something very special happens when you gather more than 80 outdoor industry folks, throw them on bikes and ask them to ride over 360 miles from Steamboat Springs to Salt Lake City, Utah.
Thursday Race No. 8 11 Novice Place, name Xander Brown Brooks Overstake Ian Heydon Rune Freckleton