Posts Tagged: Montana

Dan the Intern: Big plans, little time.

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You’re busy, I’m busy, so why should you use your few precious minutes to read my blog about having no time to train? I already know there are hundreds of blogs like this. Read mine to hear how I manage being a full-time student with three jobs, a girlfriend,...


Bri Lui to Lead Women’s Solvang Workshop

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The Cycling House is happy to announce that Bri Lui will be guiding and speaking at our Solvang Women’s Camp, March 20-March 25. Bri is set to provide a clinic on Sleep and the Woman’s Hormone Cycle: the effect on exercise, recovery, and athletic performance. Bri Lui lives  Missoula,...


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...

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Congrats to our Photo Contest Winners!

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Thanks to everyone who entered our #MyTCH photo contest! We loved seeing all the places you play, and all your sweet shots. Our panel of judges, including famed local photographer Tom Robertson, had a hard time deciding! Our winner was Katie Rogotzke who stole our hearts with her pic...


Song of the Open Road

Stories | Training | Travel

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,...


Two National Parks, One Bike Tour

Latest | Travel

Two National Parks, one bike tour. Join us on our inaugural Glacier to Yellowstone Tour next July. This camping tour will feature some of the most jaw-dropping scenery western Montana has to offer.


Montana Hell Ride Wrap-Up


Saturday was cold and wet in western Montana, but that didn’t stop riders from coming out to the inaugural Montana Hell Ride. Despite cold conditions and a grueling course, a majority of riders completed the course and still hung around for the after party.  Thank you to everyone for coming...