If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter, chances are you saw the 9 billion posts we sent from Outdoor Retailer in Salt Late City last week. If you aren’t following us, that sucks, because you missed out on some sweet time travel. We stepped right into 2015 and spent three days exploring every square … Continue reading
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Beers, BBQ and Fun Tonight!
Mountains Plus and Cyclocrossracing.com will be attending Wednesday night cross practice TONIGHT at Marymoor park. The workouts start around 6:30 and our team will be working the grill all evening. We are excited to support our local Cyclocross community as well as brush up on our own skills. We have a couple new racers in the office who … Continue reading
Gear Advice and Tips for Beginners From Some of Cyclocrossracing.com’s Pro/Elites
Gear Advice and Tips for Beginners from some of Cyclocrossracing.com’s Pro/Elites Depending upon where you are on the cyclocross scale of beginner-ness you might have some different considerations to make when getting involved in cyclocross for the first time. For many, just getting geared up is the most difficult obstacle as the price of bikes … Continue reading
Bont Cycling Shoes Are Making Their U.S. Invasion
Bont cycling shoes are just beginning their invasion of the USA and if their success in the European pro peleton is any indication they will be hugely successful. Having just won the latest edition of the Tour de France on the feet of Britain’s Bradley Wiggins sure won’t hurt. Bont road shoes are uniquely styled, … Continue reading
What Do Dads Really Want? Great Gift Ideas From MPGear Dads
What do dads really want for Father’s Day anyways, a new tie? Doubtful. A new power tool? Possibly. Maybe a Nemo Helios Pressure Shower for his next camping trip, or an elite level cycling camera mount by K-Edge for his GoPro camera? Now that’s more like it! We asked a few of our MPGear/CyclocrossRacing.com crew … Continue reading
AlboPads: The Perfect Add-On To Any Bike Case!
You wouldn’t ride your bike without your helmet, so why travel with your bike without AlboPads? AlboPads are the perfect addition to your current bike case that may lack the proper protection needed while packing up and traveling with your bike. The pads also come fully equipped with the new 2012 Aerus Biospeed Bicycle Travel Case … Continue reading
Biker and Boarder Crash!
Pulling yourself off the asphalt after a crash, with your blood and adrenaline pumping, the brain sometimes doesn’t function as clear as you want it to. Is my bike wrecked? Is my kit torn? Am I injured? Questions that run through one’s mind, the least and last considered question being the one with the highest … Continue reading
Vis 360 – A Dome of Protection!
The Vis 360 is a helmet bike light for the commuter that is simple to clip on-and-off, and recharges easily with the convenient USB plug-in. This Light & Motion bike light protects the rider with amber side lights, a front spot light that casts a wide peripheral halo of light expanding the width of a … Continue reading
Nomad2Go, Dirty No Mo!
The Nomad2Go is a portable power cleaner capable of producing a 90 psi jet stream or soft misty spray and is great for cleaning off your dirty outdoor gear before the wife sees it in the car or in the house. This portable power washer is available as either an 18 volt rechargeable battery option … Continue reading
CyclocrossRacing.com enters StarCrossed!
Clear afternoon skies broke to grey clouds and consistent rain as the elite cylcocross racers warmed up on their Jonathon Page inspired Blue Norcross bikes and Rolf Prima wheels for the final elite event of StarCrossed in Redmond, Washington. CyclocrossRacing.com elite racers Craig Richey, Nathan Bannerman, Eric Emsky, and Michael Gallagher would fight the rain-soaked … Continue reading
Ode to Blue Axino
I awoke that morning, a crisp clear Utah morning in the mountains. The sun was shining and my co-worker and I had just finished fueling up on bagels and coffee at the Wasatch Bagel Café. We headed to dealer camp, anxious to start the event, excited to discover the newness in biking. Checking in first … Continue reading
“Adventure Racing (AR) recaptures the best of mountain bike racing’s early days”
At a recent Mountains Plus company picnic, we were reminiscing about the fun we used to have at mountain bike races when the sport was in its infant stages in the late 80’s and early 90’s. It was a brand new sport, so everyone involved was jazzed and excited about just being a part of … Continue reading
The New Commuter Vehicle!
Only accepted on Germany’s autobahn.
Wider is Better! Zipp 101!
Discerning Triathletes and roadies alike can now take advantage of Zipp’s two decades of aerodynamic technology development. The newest lightweight wheelset from Zipp, the 101 aero aluminum wheelset is the first fully toroidal aluminum rim. Wind tunnel tested, Zipp has created a wheelset with a proprietary profile curve that extends across the braking surface. This … Continue reading
Armstrong Stung by Honey Stinger!
Yesterday, in an announcement that stung the biking world, seven-time tour de France champion Lance Armstrong, stated that he has become part-owner of the honey-based natural energy gel, bar, and organic chew maker Honey Stinger. Lance, in his new role (which at this time remains undisclosed), will become chief beekeeper, replacing the once proud nine-time … Continue reading