These are from a few weeks ago.
Category: Mountain Bikes
Cactus Consequences: Ojo Caliente, Sante Fe, and Albuquerque
Ojo Caliente During our stop in Ojo Caliente, we headed up the road behind the hot springs and found some nice gnarly roads to bike on with Zag. We ended up by a neat mica mine. I had never seen mica grow that thick before. Zag also got a couple minor lessons about what cactus… Continue reading Cactus Consequences: Ojo Caliente, Sante Fe, and Albuquerque
My best photos from 2016
Here are my favorite photos from my travels this year. Not all are the best, but I think I caught a few gems. I recommend opening the gallery and just scrolling through. They should all have a comment and location. Let me know what you think!
Fall River mountain biking
This morning I headed with Jeff Golenski to the second quarry I’ve visited in the last few weeks in two different states with two different modes of transportation. To put that in perspective, I can’t recall going to any quarries before these two. We ended riding 15.5 miles in about two hours. It wasn’t particularly hard,… Continue reading Fall River mountain biking
Seven cities in seven days
Last weekend feels like a month ago. I started in Twin Falls, Montana on Saturday and in seven days made it all the way to Memphis, Tennessee on Friday. while staying in a different city each night. The cities Saturday night: Twin Bridges, Montana I had been staying in Twin Bridges when in Montana. I… Continue reading Seven cities in seven days
Last week, I had the fortune of spending a week on a ranch near Twin Bridges, Montana. It is an incredible and beautiful ranch right on the Big Hole River. Oh, and I had absolutely no internet or cell reception on the ranch. 📵 We took two days to get there so we could drive up… Continue reading Montana
Last weekend: midnight grilling, mountain biking, July 4th camping
Kelly and I started Saturday morning with an epic ride up Buffalo Creek. We took the Mini Buffalo Creek loop which didn’t feel so mini at 15.5 miles and 1700+ feet ascent. There was a four mile ride up a road to the start of the singletrack trail which was pretty easy. It meanders next to… Continue reading Last weekend: midnight grilling, mountain biking, July 4th camping