XTERRA Hickory Knob always seems to fight with mother nature. Last year it was a layer of pollen so thick on the trail it crunched.
As you know, all of my sponsorships have been for products that I love and trust FIRST before I sought sponsorship. I don’t believe in
I had so much to do and so little time to do it. Doesn’t that seem so typical when you’re flying out of town? In
XTERRA Whitewater happened so long ago that we needed Doc and Marty to break out the DeLorean to help me put the race report together.
As my alarm went off, I literally rolled out of bed, forcing myself awake way earlier than I wanted. Having went to bed only 3
I had full intentions of writing race report for XTERRA Whitewater, but I was too bushed when I got home from a long day at
The race in Richmond, Virginia this year was not only the XTERRA East Championship but it was also the 2014 USAT Off-road National Championship. This
So many updates, where do I start? XTERRA Whitewater Clinic and Preride First and foremost, we had a beautiful day for the XTERRA Whitewater Transition
Argh. XTERRA Tsali. Yet another great race I had to miss out on. Again, I had full intentions on racing this one, but last-minute decisions
The XTERRA Southeast Championships in Pelham, Alabama will always hold a special place in my heart. It’s partly due to the fact that it was
XTERRA Myrtle Beach appears to have been a big success, at least that’s what I could tell from afar. I was all signed up and
Alba and I scooted down to Jaw-Ja to hit up the XTERRA Fort Yargo race. Being one of my favorite, early season races, the trails