Profiles in Courage: Jocelyn Judd

Profiles in Courage: Jocelyn Judd

Profiles in Courage: Jocelyn Judd By Domenica Berman Jocelyn paddling out on her first surf trip to Launiupoko, Maui with the High Fives Foundation in 2015. Photo: Trevor Clark Photography On the morning of April 19th, 2014, Jocelyn Judd donned her fat suit and hit the slopes. “Yeah, I think I bought the fat suit for Halloween the year before and never ended up wearing it, so I don’t know, I thought it would be funny to wear it skiing.” It was closing weekend of the season at Grand Targhee, Wyoming and everyone was goofing around. “My friend was videoing because I thought it would be funny to see what happened with the fat suit and my hair when I did a backflip,” Jocelyn chuckled. “I thought you know, I’ve been doing back flips since I was like 12, no big deal and then I just picked up way...
A Singletrack Mind’s Santa Cruz MTB Core Fundamentals Clinic

A Singletrack Mind’s Santa Cruz MTB Core Fundamentals Clinic

Santa Cruz MTB Core Fundamentals Clinic Wilder Ranch State Park in Santa Cruz • October 29-30 The rain has ushered in the awesome, tracky trails of fall riding in Santa Cruz County. A Singletrack Mind wants to take YOU to those trails to teach you MTB core fundamentals. Sign up now and get $100 off by entering “fall100” promo code at registration. GET SPOOKY ON THE TRAIL WITH SINGLETRACK MIND’S SANTA CRUZ MTB SKILLS CLINIC Pre-Halloween weekend Oct 29-30! Santa Cruz Weekend MTB Clinics – Core Fundamentals When: Oct 29-30, 2016 • Saturday Clinic; Sunday Clinic and Ride – 9am-4pm+ Where: Wilder Ranch State Park Core MTB Fundamentals – 2-day weekend (14 hrs), set curriculum to master and improve your bike skills. Learn solid foundation skill such as cornering, braking, slow speed, balance, body position, wheel lifts, variance of the skills, switch backs, basic drops, vision, and more. Our core...
Off the Beaten Path – An Adventure Cycling Film

Off the Beaten Path – An Adventure Cycling Film

Celebrating the journeys we can take on bikes South Lake Tahoe-based First Tracks Productions takes us “off the beaten path” in this adventure cycling film that celebrates the journeys we can take on bikes. From desert dunes in Nevada to an ice tunnel under a glacier in Iceland, Off the Beaten Path showcases that we’re not limited to pavement or traditional dirt trails when it comes to cycling adventures. Enjoy this free, full-length film and follow First Tracks on Facebook to stay in the loop about other projects!...
Teal Stetson-Lee’s Women’s MTB Ride Weekend in the Lost Sierra

Teal Stetson-Lee’s Women’s MTB Ride Weekend in the Lost Sierra

Teal Stetson-Lee’s Women’s MTB Ride Weekend in the Lost Sierra October 21-22, 2016 • Nakoma Resort, Clio Teal Stetson-Lee (contributed). Ride, wine and dine in the Lost Sierra with pro mountain biker Teal Stetson-Lee on October 21-22, 2016. This sweet women’s ride weekend is a stay-and-cycle package hosted by Nakoma Resort and will hit the trails that make up the Downieville Downhill. Get in one more weekend of Sierra riding before Mother Nature and her Old Man Winter do their thing. The ride package includes a Friday evening of appetizers and a libation or two with your riding compatriots as well as two nights in the super-luxe Lodge at Nakoma. On Saturday you’ll shuttle to Packer Saddle and explore fantastic singletrack, enjoy a picnic lunch followed by a gourmet dinner with Teal in Nakoma’s stunning restaurant designed by Frank Lloyd-Wright.  Along with the no-hassle, door-to-door shuttle, you can...
The Joy of Fall Riding

The Joy of Fall Riding

Mountain bike racers embrace the off-season By Lauren Gregg Out for an fall pedal with Mom (Papa Gregg). The end of summer is a big deal for mountain bike racers, because contrary to the relaxed pace one typically thinks of when contemplating the hotter months, summer brings quite a bit of pressure to competitive cyclists. After preseason training in the spring, it is full-on all summer. A ride is not a ride – it’s training. The biggest days on the bike are when there is a number plate strapped on. Racing is a lot of fun, but is also very intense, and it consumes the summer. Many mountain bike racers start racing in March and won’t cross their last finish line until the end of September. My own summer racing has been a whirlwind. On April 1st of this year, I moved into my van to follow the pro...
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