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Moab: Kane Creek-Pritchett Canyon Bikepack

The desert has always drawn me and repelled me at the same time. I grew up spending time in the mountains where there is abundant water, shade, and cool temperatures. And I continued my pursuits in the mountains as an adult, the Wasatch and Uintas, the Tetons and Wind Rivers, and the Colorado Rockies. But […]

Kane Creek/Pritchett Canyon Overnight

Originally posted on Joe Cruz:
Usual great breakfast at Moab’s Eclecticafé—well it’s Joel’s second breakfast—we’re sunburnt murmuring the contentedness of the last three and a quarter days gallop, squinting at Jeep traffic and people and ceramic wear clatter around us. J and I only have a couple left before we leave, so I’ve proposed something dead…

Part 3.

https://joecruz.wordpress.com/2015/04/18/kokopelli-trail-pt-3/

Part 2 of Joe Cruz’s Kokopelli ride.

https://joecruz.wordpress.com/2015/04/16/kokopelli-trail-pt-2/

Kokopelli Trail, Pt. 1

Originally posted on Joe Cruz:
Set off into a radiance and wind afternoon, an hour normally associated with a quick circuit to be back before evening, so there’s a sense of, not mystery but its gentler cousin, unusualness. The timing is just as anticipated, picked up Joel from the Grand Junction Airport at 11:30, lunch,…

Bikepacking in Utah Canyon Country Video

Here is a nice video of bikepacking in the desert. This is a nice time to be down there, not too hot, lots of water around, not too cold with our mild winter. Now just need to find some time to get away. http://bikepackersmagazine.com/bikepacking-fatbikes-utah/

Frosty Fat Bike Race Series #4: Powder Mountain

Saturday, February 7, was the date of the fourth race in the Frosty Fat Bike Race Series. The venue was fantastic—Powder Mountain ski resort in Northern Utah. The course was designed and built specifically for fat bikers, with large berms, jumps, and lots of ups and downs. In fact the US Cycling Fat Bike National […]