Just a few years ago, the only sound you might hear coming from the Hayden Speedway on a Saturday night would be the wind rattling the old metal bleachers. But things have changed, and the roar of the engine and the crowd has returned to the once forgotten track.
National champion skier Lars Hannah is headed to start school at University of Denver after soaking up a Scandinavian ski camp earlier this month.
Four Steamboat Springs skiers were named as a part of the U.S. Telemark Team this week by the United States Telemark Ski Association, continuing the town’s strong traditions in Telemark racing.
To show Routt County Riders’ genuine appreciation for Steamboat Ski Area's donation to the organization, we’ve planned a "Twilight Takeover" for the final Thursday Twilight Biking night of the summer, and we’re encouraging anyone who enjoys riding trails throughout Routt County to head to the gondola, purchase a bike park ticket and enjoy this great amenity.
Steamboat Springs professional cyclist Amy Charity said her experience riding in the inaugural women's USA Pro Challenge was a cycling highlight.
Results for Week 10 of the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo, plus season-long champions
Week No. 10 BAREBACK RIDING Place, name, locaiton, horse, points, prize Micky Downare, Hartsel, CO, Katy Perry, 80, $451.20 Zach Curran, Riverton, WY, Show Off, 75, $338.40 AJ Colletti, Pueblo, CO, Casey’s Shadow, 73. $225.60
Stage Classification Place, name, team, from John Murphy UHC USA Taylor Phinney BMC USA Lucas Sebastian Haedo JHB ARG Travis Mccabe SSC USA
Rawhide, one of Steamboat Bike Park’s most difficult downhill mountain bike trails, is no joke. Starting from the top of the gondola, the trail is a viciously fast descent through aspens, with a few switchbacks and plenty of rocky obstacles waiting to surprise you.
Loveland to Ft. Collins
Steamboat Springs cyclist Amy Charity got a strong start to the women’s USA Pro Challenge on Friday and Saturday and after Stage 2 of the three-day stage race, she sat in 25th place.
Sal Malone just gets it. The Steamboat Springs resident turns 10 on Monday, but his lack of years doesn’t keep him from understanding the big picture and importance of Saturday’s STARS Biking the Boat Charity Ride.
Exactly a year ago, Tammy Jacques was coming down the last hairpin turn on her mountain bike at Beaver Creek when she got a flat.