Bike Snatchers

Our dealer Durango Bike Rentals in colorado was featured in their local newspaper in an article about bike theft. Their son Parker is pictured with his KHS XC300 he recovered after believing it was stolen.


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San Marcos Criterium: CashCall finishes 1-2!

The CashCall Mortgage Cycling Team  members were excited to have a local race after many weekends on the road. The San Marcos Crit is a longer, four turn course with a serious climb after turn 3 which heads straight into the headwind and a false-flat finish. The nature of the course lends itself to breakaway’s  and minimizes the opportunity for racers to “sit in” for a sprint finish.

San Marcos Criterium 2012
Devan Dunn, 1st
Michael Weicht, 2nd

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Our Latest KHS T-Shirts are Now Available!

Our latest KHS T-shirts just arrived and are available on our On-Line Store. These 100% Heavy-Duty cotton tees were designed in conjuction with our 2012 KHS Mountain Team Sponsor We All Ride.

Cascade Cycling Classic 2012

For the 2nd year in a row, the CashCall Mortgage Cycling Team headed up to Bend, OR for the 6 day Cascade Cycling Classic. One of the most difficult stage races of the season, Cascade takes the racers up long mountain climbs, through lava fields, and past ice cold glacial lakes.

The event begins with a fast and short Prologue. Not even 3 miles, a time trial-like event, the prologue sets the GC (General Classification) of the racers heading into stage 1. The organizers changed the prologue from 2011 to a less technical course around the Tetherow Gold Course. CashCall rider Devan Dunn had an amazing ride of 5:08 placing him in 8th place only 6 seconds behind the winner, out of 190 riders.

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Boise Twilight Criterium 3rd place finish!

Boise Twilight Podium, NCC
1st Hilton Clarke (UnitedHealthcare)
2nd Carlos Alzate (Exergy)
3rd Michael Weicht (CashCall Mortgage Cycling Team)

We learned last year that Boise is one of the greatest cities to race in! The fans line the barriers 5-deep around the 4 turn course. Patrons from the eateries and pubs that line the course pour out onto the sidewalk for the Pro mens race which finishes as the sun sets.

This year proved to be just as exciting as the event began mid-day with a kids race and category events. The women’s pro field raced just before the mens event and as the national anthem was sung, the rain began to fall. This rain would continue off and on through the mens event, creating and nervous tension in the air. Boise had not received rain in weeks and the warm drops made the pavement and multiple man hole covers slicker than soap. Crashes quickly started happening on the backside of the course, sending over half the field to the pits for wheels and bikes. It looked like an odd game of “Sharks and Minnows” as 30 plus racers would re-enter the race as the peloton came whizzing by. Read more