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Rolling into Autumn..

by: Jim Fu 2015 continues to be a year of abundance for Epic Endurance Cycling. This includes the spectacular weather and prime trail conditions that we've been able to enjoy in ...

September - 30 - 2015

by: Patti Danzig Views From a Spectator It used to be rare that I went to a race without competing.  But the fear of the technical sections of an MTB race and my newness to the sport had me take a back seat and go support my boyfriend, Kelly Feagans and his best friend Bill Wheeler in the men’s duo category at the 12 Hours of Albuquerque MTB Festival this past weekend.  We drove in from Boulder on Friday and did one loop of the course to check it out.  I’m used to open vistas and not many trees around me so  [ Read More ]

September - 15 - 2015

By: Kelly Feagans Note: Start line photo courtesy of Dakota Five-O … Over the Labor Day weekend, Bill Wheeler and I made the drive to Spearfish, SD for the 15th annual Dakota Five-O mountain bike race. As normal, the drive up was beautiful and uneventful (in a relaxing kind of way), and no chats with the Wyoming Highway Patrol this time! 😉 After arriving the Friday before race day (Sunday), we had plenty of time to unwind, get some spin time in, get checked in, etc. The town of Spearfish is a really great little town; quaint little bike shops with  [ Read More ]

August - 3 - 2015

Laramie Enduro 2015…by Epic Racer Thomas Spannring This past weekend I took a short trip to Laramie, Wyoming for the annual Laramie Enduro Mountain Bike Race. All 70 miles are above 7500′ of sea level and the total climbing is around 6900′. I raced here last year, and had a great race until I followed the lead moto bike off the trail, and ended up getting lost and riding an extra 5 miles…. This year a lead group of 5 riders formed quickly and the first 20 or so miles seemed to fly by. My Cannondale F29 was the perfect  [ Read More ]