Cards and flowers are nice, but get mom something she really wants this year.... BIKE GEAR! Your mom is amazing, and she deserves an amazing gift. Here are outside-the-box suggestions on what to get for Mother's Day (bike edition). Recycled Bike Tube Purse Throw in a few tire levers with your spare change, and hit the road. A mixture of fashion and function, this minimalist bag is made of recycled bike tubes! Moab Bag Co. Makes bags in all shapes and sizes from coin purses to tool bags. … [Read more...]

Mud season got you down? Hop out on any of these trails this May, and start getting in shape for this upcoming race season. Boulder – Walker Ranch Walker Ranch is great for groups of riders with varying abilities. Located near Boulder, this trail is open for spring riding and a great place to train for mountain bike race season. No matter which direction you go, you start with a fun and fast descent into a canyon. Beware, there is a section where you must carry your bike either up or down … [Read more...]

The 1st Annual Copper Crush, July 30th We are excited to bring this spectacular new venue to the RME Series. Copper Mountain Resort has rolled out the red carpet for us, bringing in live music, gourmet burgers, craft beers, family activities and of course an exciting racecourse that will delight sweet singletrack aficionados. Register to race & retreat here.  Bring the family up for the weekend and get out of the city heat. The list of things to do here is endless, and it will take all … [Read more...]

The Breck 100 is a long time staple of the Rocky Mountain Endurance Series, and it is widely regarded as one of the hardest 100 mile bike races in North America.  With nearly 14,000 feet of high altitude climbing in Breckenridge, Colorado, it takes a special mountain bike racer to pull off a win here.  This year, Bryan Dillon of Topeak Ergon would clinch the victory for the pro men with a time of 8:29:14, and Sari Anderson would claim the pro women's victory.   Josh Tostado, “Mr. Breck … [Read more...]

The Warriors Cycling team headed out to Peaceful Valley Scout Ranch earlier this week to do some trail work and pre-ride the course.  I must say that this was my first time at the ranch and I was absolutely blown away by the beauty, trails, and environment.  Wildflowers were abundantly sprouting on the rolling ranch land and the ponderosa pines are always impressive. One of my favorite things to do is volunteer with my local mountain bike club on their trail work nights.  The feeling of … [Read more...]