HOMETOWN | Olympic Valley, CA
BIO | I am a Mountain Biker. The center of my riding style is defined by trails like Mr. Toads and the Downieville DH. I enjoy 50+ mile rides. I pedal 5 days a week during the season even if my riding window gets squeezed to 30 minutes in a day. Time on the bike feeds my soul.
BIKE | Ibis Mojo HD3 with Fox36/FloatX2 suspension.
WHY DO YOU LOVE OLYMPIC BIKE SHOP?
Olympic Bike Shop stands alone in the Tahoe/Truckee area when it comes to service and stocking the parts I need to keep my bike running in top condition. Friendly/knowledgeable staff, best lines of cycling gear and a 5-star service team!
Downieville Classic DH
Pro Class | The Downieville Downhill is reserved for All-Mountain racers only, which means riders will have to earn their start time by completing the Point to Point Cross Country course the day before. Dropping 5,000 vertical feet in 15 miles from Packer Saddle to Downieville, the Downieville Downhill is the longest and most demanding downhill mountain bike race in the nation. This prestigious race course follows the paths of the Sunrise Trail, Butcher Ranch Trail, Third Divide Trail and First Divide Trail. It's big, it's bad and it's beautiful.
Downieville Classic XC
Pro Class | The Downieville Classic cross country race is one of the last remaining point-to-point bicycle races in the United States. The 29 mile course follows a rugged
Pro Class | The Cascade Cream Puff was established in 1995 to introduce mountain bike enthusiasts to some of the most pristine (and toughest) singletrack wilderness trail systems in the Pacific Northwest on the Willamette Middle Fork Ranger District, in the National Forest. The race originally featured a different course each year, highlighting what is now known as the
Kirkwood 6hr SuperD
Pro Class | It's simple, the clock starts in the morning at 10:00 am and stops in the afternoon at 4:00 pm. The rider with the most COMPLETED runs by 4:00 pm. It's a varied mix of steep chutes, twisty corners and flowing singletrack. Yes there are a few little rises, most of them you'll be able to carry momentum to get over. The one real climb gains about 150' over 200 yards. The hot set-up will be an all-mountain bike, 5-6