The Cycling House had a great time last night at he Missoula Cyclocross Skills Clinic at Marshall Mountain. We learned handling skills, mounting and dismounting, and all about barriers…
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Here in Montana, summer riding is hitting its stride. The roads are clear and traffic-free, and the views of the mountains are perfect, as there’s still snow on capping the tops of the peaks. It doesn’t get dark until almost 10pm, so our rides can stretch on forever. ...
Sam Schultz has made the Olympic Team! We’ve made some cool posters so swing by and pick one up for free. Sam’s a Missoula, MT native who looks pretty good on paper… Swing by our headquarters this week: 131 S. Higgins Suite P-1. Missoula, MT 59802
We’ve got six TRX’s in stock. You ever tried one of these things? Ouch. Momentum Athletic Training in Missoula is a great way to learn different exercises with the TRX.
The Cycling House was featured on the front page of the Missoulian, the daily newspaper in Missoula, MT. Owen, Jen and Brendan sat down with reporter, Betsy Cohen to explain why they love what they do for a living. Read this article in The Cycling House News section.
Cycling Videos on CyclingDirt Check out this video of Sam Schultz and Owen Gue racing the Rolling Thunder cyclocross race in Missoula, MT. Sam Schultz hops the barriers while Owen “chooses” to run.
The Cycling House Received props at VeloNews.com after a good showing at the Rolling Thunder Cyclocross race in Missoula, MT. Owen Gue, owner of The Cycling House raced well along side friend and fellow Cycling House staffer, Sam Schultz who won the event.
I’m sweating something fierce pedaling up single track in the Rattlesnake of Missoula, MT. I usually bring up the rear. The crew I ride with are some of the strongest riders I know.
Sam Schultz of The Cycling House Racing By Sam Schultz of Schultz Brothers Racing After kicking it in style in Missoula for the last two and a half weeks, it’s time to get back to work/play (in my profession you can pretty much use the terms interchangeably).