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Rodeo has started a new year! We are extremely proud of what our team accomplished in 2014, and 2015 is equally full of promise. Rodeo is a global community of people who love to ride bikes, plain and simple. We don’t stop there though. We also seek to invent and innovate as we go, be that through exploration, adventure, photos, words, or even creating gear adapted to our specific goals.

As a rule, our team is open to anyone. Our numbers are currently around 350 and month to month they inch higher. Our members live on almost every continent and you can use our interactive map to see if there are any near you. You can even add yourself.

We’ve just concluded our 2.0 kit order and are excited to have so many new and returning riders flying the colors. It’s going to be a great year.

RECENT JOURNAL ENTRIES

Mt. Evans Chill Climb. A look back a year later.

By: Jennifer Hines Photos by Rufus Ryan Cathrall, Reid Neureiter, Jenn Hines, and Stephen Fitzgerald Mt. Evans Chill Climb: August 9, 2014 One Year...

The Breck Epic: Six Days of Singletrack Survival

PROLOGUE Bear with me, this could take awhile. Epic is such an overused word anymore. It’s hard not to think of it and roll your eyes at its...

Rodeo Rally // Rampart Range // Video

Rampart Rally was one of the most difficult, most incredible rides we’ve ever done. Patrick, Chris, Peder, Jacob, Tim, Michael, myself. All the...

Firebird 40(ish)

When a Bad Race is the Best Thing for You “Don’t crash. It hurts.” That was the sage advice my buddy Brian – a Cat 2 MTB racer – shared...

The Massanutten Ring of Fire

I believe Adventure does not have to have a logical purpose. I believe Adventure for adventure’s sake is reason enough.  A reason to try a...

Rodeo In The Buff

It was an excellent weekend of camping, trail riding, unicorn hunting, and s’more roasting in Buffalo Creek,...

Quickie Posts

Go chase the sunset.

Last night was all about chasing the sunset, Team Dream Team style. I wanted to get up to Raptor Point to see the sun dip behind the hills. 5000 feet...

A different kind of loop

We took a different type of route on Sunday morning. We just weren’t feeling the normal ruts we sometimes ride in. A figure 8 course way up...

The Castelli “Rodeo” Jersey

Early on in any endeavor the work to payoff ratio is incredibly low. (Did I say that right? Lots of work, low payoff). But occasionally something...

Ello | stephenfitz | They say bikes make you

Source: Ello | stephenfitz | They say bikes make...

#lunchrad

Not every ride can be epic. Some are merely excellent. That is what the lunch ride is, or #lunchrad as we call it around these parts. @rodeo-labs...

Back to Falcon today. More 2.0 testing.

Source: Ello | stephenfitz | Back to Falcon today....

Traildonkey 2.0

…from scratch.

Details coming soon.

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