Posts Categorized: Stories

Classic Climbs of the Cycling House

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As cyclists, hardly anything holds more allure than the classic climb. Whether long and drawn out or short and punchy, the classic can come in many forms, but it always has a few basic components. It must be challenging enough to be looked forward to with a mixture of...


Be a Cycling Rock Star

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Earlier this month, Peter Sagan stole the show at the inaugural UCI Cycling Gala when he showed up at the Abu Dh-bi black tie event wearing a leather jacket and motorcycle boots. According to Cycling News, he “punched the air” as he collected his framed rainbow jersey from the...


Song of the Open Road

Stories | Travel | Training

Cyclists require just a few things to keep them happy–good food, good coffee (maybe I’m just speaking for myself!) and a long, open road before us. Dirt, gravel, paved — whatever your pleasure, the open road speaks of adventure and opportunity. Above is a shot of road in Glacier,...


Our Favorite Cycling Tour de Montana Photos

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The Tour de Montana is our epic point-to-point cycling tour in Big Sky country. Rugged and wild with just enough luxury this tour of Montana is an authentic experience. The Cycling House is based in Missoula, Montana and we love to show off our beautiful backyard. With fully supported rides, delicious chef...


Bikes, Strategy & Margaritas

Latest | Stories | Travel | TCH Staff News

We just wrapped up our staff retreat in Arizona and I’m still buzzing from the experience. As staffers at TCH, we travel, ride, play and work all over the world. It’s a great life but at times it’s a struggle to keep in touch with what’s going on in...


Our Favorite Photographer – Tom Robertson

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Tom Robertson has been the Cycling House’s go-to photographer for the last 8 years.  Tom has a serious passion for photography and that passion has turned into a meaningful career taking pictures in the endurance sports industry.  If you go to nearly page on our website and you see...


Riding Dirt Roads

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Over the past couple of years, we’ve started to implement optional dirt road sections on our cycling trips (and even one tri camp). Our cycling trip to Tuscany was the first time we gave the options for our whole group to ride sections of the iconic Strade Bianche (white...


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