They steal our money and reward our souls. They introduce us to our best friends. They expose our weaknesses and reveal our strengths. They’re an analog compass for an organic world. We wouldn’t be going anywhere without the friggin’ things.
This is why on May 25, 2019, 10 friends headed north on an 11 day, 2500km ride with little more than the lycra on our backs, the credit cards in our pockets, and the need to find out: “How far can we go?”
We were in for the ride of our lives.
Help the FreeRADicals Raise Money for Yellowknife’s Mountain Bike Park.
DILLON — The United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association announced earlier this week that the longevity of the nonprofit is “in potential jeopardy” after the cancellation of this year’s USASA Nationals at Copper Mountain Resort due to the new coronavirus pandemic.
In a post announcing an online auction to support the association, USASA officials wrote that the national championships at Copper serve as a key revenue source for the nonprofit while also driving “over $2.5 million in economic impact to the communities in Summit County.”
“Your contribution will help secure the future … More
DAVIS (CBS13) — A UC Davis freshman is asking for the public’s help tonight after the tool she used to get a college scholarship has been stolen away from her.
Lizzie Bowers, 19, is a freshman who has a BMX scholarship to go to school, and now her bikes are gone. She said she saw her car’s door open with shattered glass on the ground and knew instantly her beloved BMX bikes were gone.
“I was absolutely terrified because I absolutely loved those bikes,” she said. “I knew they were … Video and More