Well after 366 miles, 2 double doubles, 2 fries and some gasoline we arrived at Laguna Seca Raceway to set up the Evomo booth. The weather on the way up from Los Angeles was mostly sunny with some winds. Once at Laguna Seca it was mostly cloudy and super windy. The afternoons are notoriously windy at the race track and today was no exception. We had a heck of a time setting up the booth in the wind. We pretty much had to set up as much as we could and
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Two weeks ago we decided to explore Malibu Creek to map out a decent route for the FTF
By Wednesday, before the race, Moab’s recent rains had set a 105-year rainfall record. The weather pattern that had delivered
two record setting “perfect storms” reemerged and created a third perfect storm that landed squarely on top of The 24 Hours of Moab.
Today was CORBA’s annual fundraising Fat Tire Festival. I was sure on Friday that it was going to rain and ruin all of the fun but it turned out to be perfect weather for the festival and mountain biking.