After two years, the Steamboat Springs Teen Council finally sees Steamboat's very own Slackline Park open.
As with any sport, having the right equipment and learning from a professional make all the difference.
Before moving to Steamboat Springs, mountain biking was just something the guys liked to talk about for reporter Audrey Dwyer. Now, Steamboat Ski and Bike Kare's Tuesday night clinics have quickly helped her learn to love the sport.
There was no break for riders Wednesday as they assaulted the entirety of Mount Werner is one of the toughest Town Challenge races of the season.
To many cyclists and fans, July is the month of the Tour de France, one of the largest sporting events. Here is a collection of interesting facts and figures about the world’s most famous bicycle race.
Steamboat Bike Park Manager Trevyn Newpher took home a win in the first Enduro-X series race of the season in the professional open men's class.
The annual Tour de Steamboat — complete with a long list of riders who each has their own unique story for entering the event — went off without a hitch Saturday, with roughly 700 cyclists benefiting four local groups.
Captain of the Boat Race Series results for July 16
Steamboat Ski Area social media specialist Nicole Miller begins a five-installment quest to learn the art of downhill mountain biking at the ski area's downhill park.
The label “one of the longest-running gravity mountain bike races in Steamboat Springs” isn’t overwhelmingly meaningful. But, that’s what the Enduro-X series is, after debuting last year and returning this weekend to start Year No. 2.
If you arrive at this beautiful place deep in Dinosaur National Monument and find yourself being hunted by insects as relentlessly as I was, here's how to survive and still have fun.
Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim results for July 14
With gold medalists and first timers, the Behind the 'Boat water sports camp is still a hit.
By the end of the week members of the PedAll Peaks expedition will be on their way to the Sangre de Cristos where the Crestone Needle awaits them, and then it’s on to the 14,000-foot peaks of the San Juans.
The predators become the prey when fishermen like Craig Preston cast into Stagecoach Reservoir southeast of Steamboat Springs. “I think it’s the big-fish allure,” Preston said. “The chance of catching that monster.” And the big fish are definitely out there. The official state record pike was pulled out of Stagecoach in 2006 by Thornton resident Tim Bone, who was using Powerbait with the intention of catching trout.