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A six-month program to prepare you for the 24 Hours of Moab.
Yes You Can: Ride the 24 Hours of Moab
This fat-tire Shangri-La's got stunning scenery, challenging riding, plenty of beer and music—and you don't have to be an expert rider or endurance junkie. Here's everything you need to make the most of this weekend-long party, er, mountain-bike race.
Get In Gear
Tips for thriving at Moab, from event founder and 24-hour-race pioneer Laird Knight.
Eat. Ride. Sleep. Repeat.
Danielle LaFata, a sports nutritionist with Athletes' Performance, in Phoenix, offers a strategy to keep you at full power through four or five all-out laps. Use this plan throughout your training so it feels natural on race day.
The Ride Stuff
The last thing you want is to hike the course. Get dialed with the right gear and practice with it before race day.
From veteran rider Nat Ross, who has won the 24 Hours of Moab as both a solo and team rider.
Books: Gringo Nightmare
An American imprisoned for the murder of his ex-girlfriend in a Nicaraguan surf town finally clears the airsort of.
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BSNYC vs. PDX
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A Nicer Rack
Wilier Triestina Imperiale Ultegra
Race: Sprinter's Dream; $3,899.
Litespeed Archon C3
Race: Wind Breaker; $3,000.