• Steve Clagg, Lived Life to the Fullest…and Then Some, You Are Missed

    Submitted by Bill Plock on July 27th, 2020

    Does death reflect life or define a life or just mark the end of one? Steve Clagg lived life to the fullest and to the end; he died as he lived. He passed away on June 17th in a bike crash as he lost control descending Kerr Gulch and died instantly upon impact. He was with a group, but they had spread out and there were no witnesses and it’s not known how he crashed. His tires were not flat and no cars were known to be in the area and there were no other obvious possible causes. But no doubt he was doing something he loved until the end. His life revolved around cycling in many more ways than just riding.  Read more

    • Bob Cook Memorial Hill Climb, WHY??

      Submitted by 303cycling on April 21st, 2018

      Mark your calendars for the Bob Cook Memorial Hill Climb. Named the ‘Best and Hardest Hill Climb in the US’. Challenge yourself to the ride, not the drive. Read more