The members of Steamboat Springs' trails committee are Chairman Scott Marr, David High, Jon Wade, Pete Wither, Dan Bonner, Harry Martin and Gavin Malia.
The Steamboat Springs City Council has signed off on the first round of trail projects and improvements that will be funded by the lodging tax. Here’s a quick look at what’s coming so far.
When Bureau of Land management officials first saw Routt County Riders’ new trail building machine way up on Emerald Mountain, they pulled out their cameras and immediately started snapping photos of it. “That’s really nice,” BLM civil engineering technician Gordon Gardunio said as he looked at the path the machine had left behind.
Nearly 100 riders took to the ranching community's often unridden roads Saturday morning for the first-ever Moots Ranch Rally, a non-competitive ride to benefit the Community Agriculture Alliance.
Backpacking through Colorado's Great Sand Dunes is tough, and every ounce you carry makes it tougher.
Brad Bingham missed the last two years of summer mountain biking, but he's healthy again this season and hoping to tighten things up in the men's pro/open category when the Town Challenge race series returns today.
Moots is combining biking with Routt County's prominent agricultural heritage this Saturday with its first-ever Ranch Rally, a 50-mile non-competitve ride with proceeds benefiting the Community Agriculture Alliance.
There is a cycling discipline gathering nationwide attention, and Routt County is a perfect area for this back-road exploration called gravel grinding.
If you're tired of getting stopped by traffic on the Yampa River Core Trail or if you're just looking for a change of scenery during your afternoon workout, Diane White-Crane has some good news for you.
In a cattledog’s life, running around herding cattle for hours at a time doesn’t suffice as work. It’s their idea of fun.
The nonprofit Push America's annual Journey of Hope cross-country bike ride made its regular Steamboat stop at Horizons Specialized Services on Friday evening, sharing a dinner of conversation, connection, laughs and, of course, a little dancing.
Friday's Adventure of the Week feature is the start of something good.
Rocky Mountain National Park is obviously a hot spot in the summer. The park's west side offers some unique perks from its often-crowded eastern edge, however.
The Thursday night USA BMX summer racing series may not have drawn huge numbers in week one, but it gave riders young and old a chance to compete with eight more to go through June, July and August.
With Father's Day in the near future, here are a few events you can take part in for a great weekend.