Is there really good mountain biking in Kansas?

When you think of the State of Kansas, what picture comes to mind? Flat plains? Fields of agriculture and livestock? Yes, and no. In fact, the guys over at Cameron Mountain Bike Racing, as part of their 28,000 miles across the U.S. this past season, spent a little bit of …

What would you ride in an endurance mountain bike race? A two-time champ weighs in.

Getting everything to run smoothly in a 100-mile mountain bike race is no easy task. If you ask around at the finish line of one of these events you’ll find that pretty much every racer had to deal with some kind of setback whether it was cramping, fatigue, dehydration, crashing, …

The United States of Dirt: The Whiskey Off Road with Peloton Magazine and Team Clif Bar

We challenge you. Do a search for mountain bike races around the country. Cross country ain’t dead and Team Clif Bar and Peloton Magazine are out to prove that not only isn’t it dead, but it’s alive and well.  As a part of their United States of Dirt series, Peloton caught up with …

Grass Roots Racing in the Mid-Atlantic: Dylan Johnson Wins the Cohutta 100

83 fast-paced miles. Hit the gas at the start. Don’t let up. That’s what Dylan Johnson of Cameron Mountain Bike Racing did this past weekend. Here’s his recap: The Cohutta 100 is often one of the more tactical of the National Ultra Endurance Race Series (NUE) races with over 65 miles …

What Do Bikes and Pipe Wrenches Have in Common?

As it turns out, maybe not a lot. If you’re taking a pipe wrench to your bike, it’s probably out of anger and your bike might end up as a junk heap or at a minimum, scarred, very scarred. But, if you’ve ridden your bike somewhere in the realm of …