A congregation of 150 Moots bicycle owners and other cycling enthusiasts explored Routt County’s less-traveled roads and agricultural heritage Saturday.
Saturday, about 30 other riders tried both their balance and their patience in a bike polo tournament on Yampa Street, the unofficial continuation of one of Steamboat Springs’ most unofficial sports.
Eight miles is barely a warm up for Steamboat Springs runner Devon Olson. It’s enough to get the heart rate up and the muscles loose, but otherwise, it hardly registers on the scale he’s used to.
Saige Lottes and Riq Rogers helped lead the way for the Steamboat Springs Swim Team last weekend at a big event in Aspen.
One-third of the way through the season, the Steamboat Storm baseball team is all even.
While Friday’s meet did mark an end to the camp, it doesn’t mean an end to the summer track opportunities for Steamboat youth.
Wednesday Novice Men’s 19-34 Place, name, total time 1 Britton Ratliff 37:45
Coed Thursday City Spurs- 13, Blind Squirrels- 1
When Steamboat Springs yogi and all-around cool guy Charlie Chase asked me to try a crow pose while on a stand-up paddleboard last week at Fetcher Pond, my immediate thought was, “This is it. This is when I finally go for a swim.”
The Howelsen Hill Trail Race is the first off-pavement race of the season with Emerald Mountain's trails just dry enough for runners. There are still some wet spots, though, forcing the race officials to tweak parts of the course.
Wednesday’s course started gradually up from the base of Howelsen Hill, but soon had riders sweating profusely. Sweeter terrain awaited on the descent, however, including a glide over the brand new NPR trail lower on Emerald Mountain.
The summer pro series gets underway Friday
Frederick Melton “Foghorn” Clancy was a famed rodeo promoter and announcer in the early- to mid-20th century, a capable orator who could entertain crowds from horseback.
We’re right in the middle of the third annual bike week, and things are just heating up in Steamboat Springs.
June 14 SOB- 8, I Got the Runs- 10