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5 Highlights of our Montana Gravel Tour

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September 22-26 in Missoula, Montana #1 – Fall Riding at Its Finest Fall riding in Montana is different than any location in the country. You will find native larch trees (one of the only conifers that changes colors,) a dirt surface that has been packed down from a full...

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Montana Gravel Camp

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A Montana Gravel Trip has been on The Cycling House’s bucket list for a long time. We are proud to roll-out our first gravel trip outside of Missoula, MT. The trip will be based out of the E Bar L Ranch. The ranch sits on the world famous Blackfoot River. It’s surrounded by three...

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What you will learn at a Cycling House Camp

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Proper Nutrition For us, the food that we provide at camp is equally as important as a great day on the bike. We strive to offer seasonal ingredients whenever possible. We make food that is made specifically for endurance athletes which means we focus on healthy, lean proteins, lots of green leafy and root...

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New Video, Our Story

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We’d love to have you along for the adventure! Our 2017 destinations: Montana Solvang, CA Tucson, AZ Tuscany, Italy Mallorca, Spain Colorado Our mission is to provide our guests with an unforgettable cycling and triathlon experience that they can’t get any where else in the world. We do this...

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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,...

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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,...

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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...

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Song of the Open Road

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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,...

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