Posts by Casey Hague

Peabody Ice Climbing

Here in Michigan winters can often seem never ending, and it’s pretty easy to fall into a stagnant rut while we await the arrival of spring. This can be especially true if you don’t have a winter hobby to help stave off those winter blues. One that usually helps me, has been climbing. Obviously in…

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Indoor Training with Zwift

As sad as it is to say, summer is coming to a close, and in Michigan that can only mean one thing… questionable weather! Sure we still have some good months ahead but it may be the time to start thinking about ways to keep your fitness going through the fall and winter. One great…

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The Road To Leadville | by Casey Hague

The Road to Leadville | by Casey Hague “No straight lines make up my life; And all my roads have bends; There’s no clear-cut beginning; And so far no dead-ends.” – Harry Chapin The Prologue: The road to Leadville thus far has been anything but what I had imagined it would be, and to be completely…

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Sancho 200 with Gordon Way

Words By | RE/MAX Rider | Gordon Way Sancho. 200 miles. With a lot of climbing. It’s not what you think it is. I signed up for the 2018 Sancho Spring Race this year with a vendetta to settle. Here’s the back story. Sancho last year in October has been the only race so far…

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Maple Hill Mountain Bike Trail Review

“New Trail day” with the exception of a “New Bike Day”, might just be some of the best days a Mountain Biker could ask for. Here in West Michigan we are incredibly fortunate to have a tight knit and very motivated bike community who devote countless hours to the development and maintenance of many fantastic…

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Taking The Long Way Home | By Casey Hague

Countless time I’ve found myself in the vast open space between the illustrious Rocky Mountains and my quaint Midwest home. A trip I had first made by train as a wide eyed 18 year old with no more than a few hundred bucks and a ticket to the west. Since then its become a venture…

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