18 Hours of Fruita. I will definitely attend this race again. Getting ready to head out from the Oskar Blues Brewery in Longmont.
Not long on the road and we've got to take a break, OB style. Park the RV on the side of the road and play catch in the ditch.
Arrived at Highline State Park and getting all fired up to race. Racing starts at 12 midnight and goes thru 6pm on Saturday.
The course had 2 major "climbs." This is one of them. I still was able to push a 32x16 all around the course without having to walk.
The Scenery wasn't too bad. Highline St. Park is a true oasis in the desert.
In an 18 hour race, rehydration and recovery are important. Old Chub makes good trail food.
Camp was great
Chef Rog at the top. Last climb, last lap. Time for a beer.
Cycling IS dope.
A thing of beauty. LOTS of 29er singlespeeds. Sweet.
Oh, and happy birthday Chad. How about a light up spinning plastic flower?
Post race was time for 18 road. We wanted something fun, easy, and SS friendly.
What a wonderful day. My, oh, my.
Chad on Zippety. My favorite shot of the weekend.
We weren't the only ones out having fun. The family that rides together stays together.
Over and out. Time for a luxurious ride home in the DPARV.