Jeremiah Bishop of Topeak Ergon Racing just completed the legendary, eight-stage ABSA Cape Epic in South Africa. As part of his continuing Adventure Diaries, here is part one of a multi-part breakdown of what happened.
The ride on September 12 in Durango, Colorado, has two route options and celebrates the 25th anniversary of Ned Overend's victory at the first Mountain Bike World Championship, held in Durango in 1990.
The city is well known for being bike-friendly—as long as your tires never touch dirt. The city has pushed mountain bikes out of the only singletrack trails in the city and now mountain bikers are pushing back.
It’s a new season and new focus for Jeremiah Bishop with the number-one endurance racing team in the world: Topeak-Ergon. Follow along with us as he blogs about his exploits and adventures while tackling the toughest mountain bike racing challenges on earth.