For some the “low tide” Winter meant their bike was never left lonely and cold in the dark recesses of their garage.
For many the honking of geese signals the arrival of Spring. Trails are dryer than ever this year and the sun is shining above.
It’s time to give your ride some love.
Sean McCoy of gearjunkie.com assembled a easy-to-follow checklist to get your bike ready for the trail. Read on…
All winter, your bike has sat, neglected and lonely, in a darkened garage. But spring is in the air, and before that first ride (or as a thank you for a winter of faithful service) you need to give your trusty steed some love.
If your bike needs a more thorough cleaning, bring it in to our Colorado av Bootdoctors for the Ultimate Bike Tune, including an ultrasonic deep clean of parts and gears. Call to make an appointment 970-728-4525 or walk-in. We are open during April and May from 10 am to 6 pm.
We have new Specialized and Yeti bikes in store now. Come demo!
BootDoctors’ good friend and Master Bootfitter Bob Egeland addresses the
challenges and opportunities with the new generation of AT boots.
Check out his hints on making sure your touring boots take you as far as you want to push it.
Then come in to Bootdoctors in Taos or Telluride to get your next pair of touring boots properly fitted.
We have Master bootfitters who specialize in touring boots.
While his profession might leave some feeling a bit squeamish, Bob Egeland, a board-certified Pedorthist, is passionate about keeping people happy in their ski boots all day long. And finding a comfortable fit is his top priority, especially for backcountry skiers who don’t have the option to take a break in the lodge if toes start to tingle.
BIG IDEAS FOR FUN IN OUR LITTLE MOUNTAIN TOWN
Whether skiing, Nordic cruising or Fat Bike trail riding, we have all the gear
and friendly local advice you need for a great time at our 3 BootDoctors’ stores.
Shout out to all our great local businesses who helped make this a memorable experience!
– Read the full story, from ROSE & IVY Travel Guide –
When it comes to winter travel destinations, a memorable trip includes an ample amount of time spent on the mountain skiing or snowboarding, soaking in the beauty of nature snowshoeing, or Nordic skiing, rounded out with delicious meals to refuel. Telluride, Colorado is an outdoor and na
FROM TAOS: MENDING THE DIVISION OF SKIERS VS. SNOWBOARDERS
– Read the full story below –
After decades of upholding a ski-only policy, Taos Ski Valley’s decision to allow snowboarding proved a major point: we’re all in it for the pow. In the history of snowboarding, March 19, 2008 at New Mexico’s Taos Ski Valley is marked with significance.
We are so proud to have three local Telluride athletes competing at the PeyongChang Olympic Winter 2018 games in three disciplines.
Freeskier Gus Kenworthey returns after his silver medal win in 2014. Keaton McCargo worked hard for her place on the Women’s Moguls team
a very competitive set. Kearney also faced a very tough field of snowboarders to earn a coveted snowboard cross spot.
All three were members of the Telluride Ski & Snowboard Club in their youth.
They share their life stories & passion…
– GUS KENWORTHY –
See how he found his fire to qualify for his 2nd Olympics:
After a rough few days in Snowmass, Telluride freeskier Gus Kenworthy came into Sunday’s U.S.-team selection slopestyle event with a little tighter focus knowing the Team USA qualifying was coming down to the wire. Kenworthy, who won slopestyle silver at the Sochi Games, did not advance to the finals of Thursday’s Toyota Grand Prix slope event.
– KEATON MCCARGO –
On freestyle in Telluride, training tips & Chair 9:
Our Interview with Olympic Hopeful and Telluride local, Keaton McCargo. Read more on Telluride.com
– HAGEN KEARNEY –
Growing up in Telluride, training & rock-n-roll:
Our Interview with Olympic Hopeful and Telluride local, Hagen Kearney. Read more on Telluride.com