Saturday, July 30th marked the final race for the 2011 Intermountain Cup series. Snowbasin was the final stop and the last chance to compete for the overall series tile. With that in mind, teams like and Maddog were out in full force. There were only a few points that separated them in the team competition. For many others, it was personal battle in their individual categories. As for me, […]

It’s been nine years since I’ve won the State Championship race in the mens pro field. Nine years. There have been many other wins, some close second place finishes and a handful of top 5’s; but for some reason the “State Championship” even though it’s just another mountain bike race, is a good one for the books. In fact it wasn’t until after the race while spinning out the legs, […]

The Sportsplex in Kaysville, is now signing up little groms for their Summer Camps. If you’re in the Davis County area and are looking to get some sport specific training for the little ones, check it out. They have camps for the following sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cheer, Football, Lacrosse, Multi-Sport, Soccer and Volleyball. In addition to the individual camps, they also offer Speed and Agility training that go hand in […]

The Bicycle City by Greg Sucharew, looks amazing. I think for the most part, most of us use our bicycles with an entierly different mind set but if you think about it… We all share the same feeling in the end. What an amazing tool. Check out the The Bicycle City website and watch the trailer below. Get on board! “What happens when a poor town in an impoverished nation […]

We packed up the family and headed South to St. George for a little sunshine, and time off. SDAY has spent the past few cold winter months pounding the pavement and occasionally the indoor track, in preparation for the St. George Half Marathon. This would be her first Half so she was a bit nervous. I was confident though, that all her hard work would for pay off and she’d […]

Since inception in 1994, Yess Products has been proving the cycling industry with high-end aluminum bicycle frames and parts. It’s evident that Yess Products has an extremely high level of commitment and craftsmanship when it comes to building frames and parts. They’re always looking for ways to test and gain feedback on their products. In their mind, “that’s good enough” doesn’t cut it. I suppose you need to have the […]

Looking back on another amazing season of cycling, I find myself again, in great appreciation for all those who have supported me over the yeas and continued that support for 2010. There were a number of really good events that I was able to attend as an athlete and in support to an or many athletes. There were some new adventures that had and will continue to have a huge […]

15 Nov

As I’m sure you’ve heard the news, received an email or even been a part of the initial planning… it seems as though it’s a reality. The Velo Park in Draper has been making its way through the books for some time now, and from the sounds of it, it’s going to happen. Check out the Proposed Draper_Cycle_Park_Nov_2010 here. As the cycling community in Utah grows, so does the demand […]

Tis the season for riding bikes. The fall is by far my most favorite time to ride. The cool crisp air (coming soon) mix with a kaleidoscope of colors across the Wasatch. The trails are smooth and quiet, covered in spattering of leaves that at times feel as though stuck in some wacky Skittles commercial and around every corner a heroic voice says “Ride the Rainbow.” While most are riding the […]

Waterloo Wisconsin. Home of America’s Bicycle Company whose backyard has been professionally landscaped into every little boys dream. No sandbox or swing set here, just a healthy piece of land covered in thick Wisconsin foliage and a few connecting meadows called The Farm. Within The Farm is an amazing network of trails that have been carved out to perfection. Winding tight through the trees and over strategically placed rock gardens, […]

A few weeks a go I was interviewed by Nick Smith, about being an Expert. Nick’s the type of guy who helps people find direction by setting goals and motivating them through his proven techniques and passion for life.You can listen to the interview here. Throughout the interview I was asked quite a few questions about my cycling career and what it took to become a professional. Many of the […]

JULY 3rd Last weekend started out just right. For a long time now I’ve been making an effort to include a ride up Farmington Canyon to the top of Francis Peak on the fourth of July. A few years back it was mostly a solo effort which isn’t something new. Most of the time it always is. But with the interest of some good friend who rally the troops, the […]