Wow. Was that a weekend or what? Not sure about you, but to say it was great would be an understatement. Summertime in full swing, events
Long-time GrassMoots rider Dave Gensch files this report on the 24hrs in the Enchanted Forest, insights from the race are only a side note, life balance and appreciation for those around you are the key to reaching your goals.
I’ve spent 11 years in Steamboat, ridden thousands of miles around Routt county, and yet still there are dirt roads untouched and interesting routes schemed up but yet to be ridden. Our home here in Routt County sits in the corner
SIMPSON—The Classic Edition 2017 words// AUGUSTUS FARMER photography// IAN WALTON With Le Tour in full swing this is a pretty timely piece on the simple machine that is a traditional road bike. Being traditional doesn’t make it any less special,
Butch Boucher president of Moots (r) presents Marsha Daughenbaugh president of the CAA (l) a check for $5,000.00 raised by the Ranch Rally. A few photos here and links below to massive galleries taken during the day of the Ranch Rally. The clean up is done, the signs put away and the hay is being cut, but the buzz of the 4th Annual Moots Colorado Ranch Rally remains.
If small frame builders do one thing really well, it’s build stunning show pieces that grab loads of attention on the showroom floor and social media outlets. Concept bikes, one-offs and some to be never ridden (gasp/sigh).
The FARWELL—Ready and waiting for mud season to pass. Most that might read our blog likely don’t live in Steamboat. They live in other areas that don’t have a long drawn-out winter like we do. Town is just over
GrassMoots rider Dave Gensch writes in about the ride window……we all know it well……
The week has come and gone and after last weekend I started thinking about how as cyclists there are phases of riding this that and the other…..road bikes, mountain bikes, cyclocross and now gravel bikes. We’ve been here before as riders….we love to ride no matter what the industry or marketing people might call that riding….
Andrew Carney one of the longest standing GrassMoots riders we have and this year he is tackling The Tour Divide. The challenges of that alone will make most weak in the knees, try living in Summit County, Colorado on top of that…….he writes in with an update…….
Moots has signed on as a TITANIUM level sponsor for the 2017 Jensie Gran Fondo of Marin. We will be on site during the event, riding the event and offering VIP riders demo bikes for the weekend. Join us during this classic ride in early October.