A weekly roundup of what's happening in the off-road.
Diving into the power numbers of Keegan Swenson and Sofía Gómez Villafañe at Crusher in the Tushar.
Lauren De Crescenzo and Flavia Oliveira Parks round out the podium, while Gomez Villafañe sets new course record.
Pete Stetina and Matt Beers are second and third.
VN ticker: Sold-out Crusher in the Tushar releases 100 spots for women, Milan-San Remo gets new start location
Here's what's making headlines on February 2.
Cole Paton and Griffin Easter round out the podium, with Pete Stetina and Payson McElveen in fourth and fifth
Emma Grant and Sarah Sturm, both from Colorado, round out the podium
The legendary 10,000 feet of climbing in 69 miles returns as the third race in the Life Time Grand Prix series
Ginger Hall of the Utah High School Cycling League will take over the director role of the Utah event in 2023
VN news ticker: Rob DeMartini leaves USA Cycling for Purple Innovation, USA Cycling announces dates, locations of 10 national championship events
Here's what's making headlines on Tuesday, December 14.
The experience of the masses outweighs the need to enact new rules to govern a few elite racers, organizers say.
Maude Farrell, Lauren De Crescenzo round out women's podium; Zach Calton, Edward Anderson beaten by Stetina in Utah gravel race.
The high-altitude leg burner Crusher in the Tushar gravel race is back with a stellar lineup and the same challenging terrain.
No matter which bike you pick for the Crusher, at some point it's going to be the wrong choice.
For our final Monument of Gravel, our voting pool was deadlocked between Rebecca's Private Idaho and Crusher in the Tushar. Now, you can vote for one of these events to help us complete our Monuments of Gravel list.
Life Time has acquired the Crusher in the Tushar, adding another marquee gravel event to its lineup of off-road cycling races.
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Crusher in the Tushar is an increasingly popular dirt road race in Utah's remote national forest, including numerous tough climbs.
Held on rough, remote, dirt roads in Beaver Utah, the Crusher has attracted an avid field of competitors, some of them elite racers
The multi-surface Crusher in the Tushar has attracted top men's and women's fields, including road, cyclocross, and mountain bike stars
The 69-mile race in the mountains of Beaver County, Utah is scheduled for July 13
Burke Swindlehurst is bringing his Crusher in the Tushar adventure race back in 2012 for a second helping of on- and off-road racing.
- 1. Tyler Wren,in 04:27:04
- 2. Zack Vestal,in 04:29:48
- 3. Benjamin Blaugrund,in 04:30:18
- 4. Jeff Louder,in 04:30:52
- 5. Paul Mach,in 04:34:36
- 1. Clara Hughes,in 05:21:12
- 2. Rachel Cieslewicz,in 05:42:22
- 3. Tana Stone,in 05:42:49
- 4. Kris Walker,in 05:58:15
- 5. Lauren Frisk,in 06:05:06
Retired pro Burke Swindlehurst is promoting a tough 79-mile point-to-point race in Utah that will be run on dirt and pavement and include 12,000 feet of climbing.