24-Hours in the Old Pueblo: A Photo Essay

I had a great time at the 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo, and that’s most certainly an understatement. Albeit my first experience at the event (and second mountain bike endurance race ever), I was fortunate enough to learn some preparatory tricks from two, 24HOP seasoned individuals:

  1. My husband who’s raced it more than 10 times and snagged a spot on the Solo category podium
  2. My wonderful friend Aaron, who’s been a 24HOP maniac 13 times in all different categories.

Rad pit crew, to say the least! But there was an ulterior motive – a photo essay for Singletrakcs.com (sweeeeet). To construct the piece, I had the privilege of working with Scott Cotter, a Singletracks colleague and brains behind Rolling Home Media. He wandered around behind the scenes taking colorful photography while I covered the trail, and together we composed one cool story in the crappiest weather imaginable. We LOVE how it turned out!

Join us as we take you “From Excitement to Exhaustion: Around the Clock at the 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo!”

Trying to get my bike after the start-of-the-race Stampede

Trying to get my bike after the start-of-the-race Stampede! Crazy fun at the 24HOP! Photo © Rolling Home Media

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  1. Lance Armstrong , George Hincapie , Christian Vande Velde and Dylan Casey, reunited as teammates for the 24 Hours of Old Pueblo mountain bike race, which took place in Tucson, Arizona this weekend. The quartet placed third overall in the four-man relay.

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