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Mountain bike race...CAMPY'S first trip! by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:50am We set out early on sun morning. Karel and I woke up at 5:30am and after having my morning cup of coffee, I prepared our cooler of fruit, yogurt, water bottles and PB&J sandwiches. However, before we set out for our 3 hour trip, I wanted to get in a quick 30 min run. I just love early morning running outdoors! After my run from 6:30-7 I packed ... Read on »
Mountain Bike Race Virgin No More by Flatoutjim Posted Mon 01 Jun 2009 12:00am If you are getting bored loggin those miles on the road or tri bike, and want to mix it up a little, try a mountain bike race. I was a mountain bike race virgin until tonight. As it turned out, it was a very convienient excuse to get in a hard ride because there was a kids ride before hand, and the B-Ling was all over it. So we showed up ... Read on »
Video: Levi Leipheimer wins Leadville 100 mountain bike race & smashes Armstrong's record time by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 14 Aug 2010 1:26pm There's probably going to be some bragging and trash talk tonight between the two American star riders on team RadioShack because Levi Leipheimer, not only won the Leadville Trail 100 mountain bike race today, but also smashed Lance Armstrong's time from last year by 12 minutes. Leipheimer, in his mountain bike race, crossed the ... Read on »
Mountain Bike Race and HIM Preview by Mark Olivieri Posted Thu 12 Jul 2012 11:42pm Nothing, in my humble opinion, gets you ready for a HIM like going out and racing your first mountain bike race, ever, accompanied by your eight year old who also went out there for his first attempt. It might not have been what my coach would have like me to do, but I do not have a history of being an extraordinary rule follower. Let's face ... Read on »
Mountain bike race. by Tymom06 Posted Tue 27 Aug 2013 7:31pm This past weekend I participated in  Flagstaff's Old Fashioned Mountain Bike Race . Let me first say, I finished... and boy was I glad I finished.   The race was a little over 10 miles but I think I walked my bike the majority of it. The first part of the race started out really great. I ... Read on »
Leadville Trail Mountain bike race 2008 by Jarral R. Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 4:30pm Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race 2008 The Leadville 100 is a bike race held for the last 15 yrs in Leadville, CO starting at 10,200 ft and climbing to 12,600 ft with lots of climbing in between..... I did it in 2006 and came in 32 place with a time of 8:32. This year I wanted to try and break the 8 hr mark. I just missed it ... Read on »
Musings a Week Before Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race 2009 by Jarral R. Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 4:30pm Leadville trail 100 mountain bike race is officially less than a week away. If you don't know about this race it is just over 100 miles-50 mi out and back. Starts at 10200' in Leadville CO. Climbs 12000-14000 ft depending on who's map you look at. Has nice scenery and there are >1300 starting this year including Lance Armstrong. It is billed as bei ... Read on »
The most amazing, death defying, extreme backcountry mountain bike race you will ever behold! by Jarral R. Posted Wed 13 Jul 2011 12:15am Note to reader; some of the following may be knowingly told as a half truth or even complete fabrication. Some will not. This was also written after a trip to the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, WI. The Colorado Trail Race is the most horrific, daunting and thrilling mountain bike race you will ever witness. 480 death defying, jaw dropping mi ... Read on »
Lance Armstrong wins Crested Butte Alpine Odyssey mountain bike race by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Aug 2011 10:24pm Lance Armstrong wins the Crested Butte Alpine Odyssey, qualifies for the 2011 Leadville 100. ​Look out, Leadville 100 competitors: Lance Armstrong is coming for you again after winning yesterday's Crested Butte Alpine Odyssey mountain bike race with a time of 4:32:21, three seconds ahead of second-place finisher Greg Krause and third-place ... Read on »
Laramie Mountain Bike Race Series #1-Recap by Kaitlyn W. Facebook Posted Wed 20 Jun 2012 12:20am I lined up at the start and glanced down at my watch. 104 bpm, and I hadn’t even started racing yet. Nerves and anxiousness pounded through me. I knew that I had a tough race ahead of me. I had nothing behind me to boost  my confidence. I had not pedaled a bike in over two weeks and that last time I rode, I had found myself tired and slow. ... Read on »