Klein & Binggeli Podium at Angelfire Pro GRT#4


Bruce Klein and Logan Binggeli get back to back podiums at the 4th stop of the Pro GRT series at Angelfire New Mexico. They both came off podium wins last week from the third stop at Breech Mountain, NC, Bruce once again come out on top in 1st place and Logan grabbed 4th. Great job boys! With this win Bruce secures his World Championship spot for Team USA in Australia mid September.

KHS on Top at PRO GRT #3


The Pro GRT series went to Beech Mountain in North Carolina this past weekend and KHS Factory team rider Bruce Klein took control and was the fastest down with a time of 2:13.957. Logan Binggeli was forth with a time of 2:16.148. Congratulations to the team and there great shoeing this past weekend! Check out his winning run below thanks to the group over at Mountain Bike Mania

Mountain Bike Season Update #5 | The Grand Junction Off Road

Leaving Prescott I stopped for a few days in Sedona then traveled on to Moab before landing in Grand Junction of a solid week of course previews. I then detoured through Durango to Cortez, CO for a weekend of racing 12 hours of Mesa Verde with two other ladies as teammates. After a successful campaign on the women’s 3-4 person open category and a well received break from smashy Grand Junction trail escapades I headed back through Moab to Junction to settle in for the big weekend.  

Often when I get through with cyclocross for the winter I excitedly hop on to my mountain bike just to find that much of my fluidity and effortlessness on the trails has been replaced with a hesitant, halting, and highly frustrating change in riding style. I attribute this yearly transition to the consequence of riding my cross bike on the trail, an activity I dearly love but one that also causes me to keep a sharp eye out for rocks that will flat the narrower tires or obstacles that might not be the best location to find yourself at speed on the rigid cross bike.  After a few rides of realizing that the fatter tires and suspension soak up the trail with ease, I relax, my eyes break their grip on the path immediately in front of me, and my ability to flow through the ride returns. 

The Grand Junction Off Road combines more technical trail features such as step-ups, drops, and complex rocky plunges with the need for rallying flowy cornering, maintaining good nutrition and hydration, a solid base of endurance, and certainly the mental capacity for…