I’ve never taken a guided bike trip before, but I have done guided climbing trips down in the southern states. I’m also a trained (and working) canyon guide/backcountry camping guide. It’s so nice to just go and have a local expert take care of all the little details. But not just that, when you’re going into a different area that you’re not…[Read more]
I’m glad you agree that the DH world cup racing is safe where it is. And I’ve been living in the rocky mountains for the last four years. I actually haven’t even had a DH bike for that time. But this past Christmas I just pulled my old O-cup race bike out of my parents shed. I’m excited to have it in the mountains this year. That also make me…[Read more]
I just read the news. CRC has canned their downhill team to put a focus on enduro.
Could this be the first sign of the DH apocalypse? Maybe, maybe not. Enduro bikes and the sport in general are much more affordable to the public. A DH bike is pretty much limited to bike parks and shuttlecocks, and that adds a lot of cost to the already expensive…[Read more]