Logan Canyon River Trail

Making Up For Yesterday

Having not ridden outside yesterday I felt the need to make up for my mistakes with two rides. Ride one was for me. Providence Canyon was busy but in perfect condition. I frequently make multiple loops at the top but today was about going fast and getting back so we could do ride number two. That’s the one where I take my sons and let

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Spring Creek in Providence Canyon

Is Russia invading Providence Canyon?

After months in the shop waiting on parts I managed to get my Ripmo back this week. I’ve been waiting for the Canyon’s to dry out and since the River Trail seemed pretty perfect yesterday I was hoping Providence Canyon would be perfect today. Turns out it was perfect. Everyone else had the same thought. It was a busy day for riders. It was also

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View of Logan Canyon from the Bridger Lookoff Trail

Outside Again

I’d heard that the Logan River Trail had dried out enough to ride and so I felt obligated to check it out. Turns out the trail couldn’t be more perfect and the weather couldn’t be better. The trees were just starting to bud and the undergrowth has started turning green. The canyon is a magical place any time of year. The ride – Logan River

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Back Inside

Too many meetings and an incoming storm left me riding Zwift this morning. Riding might be too strong. It was more like limping through Watopia. My legs were definitely disagreeable. The ride – Zwift The bike – Trek Madone 6.9 on a Wahoo Kickr Smart Trainer

BlackSmithFork Canyon road

Wind, Sun and the Hum of Asphalt

Right at lunch the sun shone bright, the air was mostly still and for the first time this year I found myself haunting the country and canyon roads of Cache County. There’s something significant about the first ride after a long winter. Sure, I’ve been out in the snow on the fat bike and I love snow biking. Though I’ve been blessed with many first

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Less Warm and Windy

It’s windy outside and I’m full of excuses and short on time so I found myself on Zwift again. I tried the 3R interval ride which was great even though my burned up legs couldn’t hold onto the group. The rides –Zwift The bike – Trek Madone 6.9 on a Wahoo Kickr Smart Trainer