Bikepacking, design, Sirenmary's Musings

It’s been a while: Updates from our adventure-seeking family life with two boys in tow.

Posted on 02 December 2014

Life has changed a lot since the last time I posted to the blog. We’re getting back into the swing of our adventure-seeking life and there’s a lot to share. I have gone full-time at The Hub Cyclery, our own little bike shop in the mountain paradise of Idyllwild. This is in addition to many […] Continue Reading

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girls bike pack of coyote canyon with Mary Collier and Hub Cyclery

Bikepacking, Photos, women's rides

Coyote Canyon Ladies’ Adventure: Advanced Bikepacking

Posted on 04 November 2014

The Hub Cyclery Guided Overnights are taking off and our first supported bikepack was a success. I led 9 women on a weekend trip down Coyote Canyon – in our own back yard. We started out with the Ladies’ night last Friday. A chance for some of the women to meet and discuss gear etc. […] Continue Reading

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Get it together

Posted on 13 October 2014

The 6th annual San Jacinto Enduro is going off this Sunday. We’ll be around the bike shop all day Saturday, and hanging tuff at the campground Saturday evening. The ride starts at 7am this year (you’re welcome) and will depart … Continue reading → Continue Reading

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Customer Rigs (Salsa)

Bill’s Salsa Warbird 2

Posted on 13 October 2014

Bill, a longtime road rider, decided it was time to toe the water in some dirt. (toe the dirt?) Enter the Salsa Warbird. A purpose-built gravel grinding machine. The designers at Salsa have this model pretty much dialed in, with a comfortable ride, complementary drivetrain gearing, mechanical disc brakes, and sure footed geometry. The bike […] Continue Reading

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MBAU Cuyamaca Benefit Ride

Posted on 07 October 2014

The 24th year of the Cuyamaca ride! The Cuyamaca Poker ride is a fundraising event for the Mountain Bike Assitance Unit (MBAU) within the Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. The MBAU is part of the Interpretive Association along with the Mounted Unit, the Interpretive Unit, and the Trails Maintenance Unit. The long story short: these volunteers […] Continue Reading

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Rides, SCES, Shop Happenings

Late Summer in Garner Valley

Posted on 30 September 2014

We met up at Lake Hemet Market for a ride in Garner Valley  Ten of us, scouting out a part of the San Jacinto Enduro route. A great day to be outside. Folks at horse camp and hikers couldn’t agree more. We rode through the valley, climbed Thomas Mountain and soaked in some rays before […] Continue Reading

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Races, Rides

Riding the Wrightwood 50

Posted on 22 September 2014

Southern California just got another “Must Do” ride added to the annual list.   Cut to the chase: if you’re into this sort of riding, you really want to make sure you ride this next year.  The WW50 is a self-supported endurance ride similar in concept to our own San Jacinto Enduro. A single day ride, […] Continue Reading

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Rides, SCES

San Jacinto Enduro filled up

Posted on 27 August 2014

The ride is full! We’ll have an email coming out soon with gathering & start info. Tagged: idyllwild, outdoor education booster club, San Jacinto Enduro Continue Reading

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