Thanks to this year's title sponsor Specialized, California Enduro Series has not just one but TWO mountain bikes to raffle off at the end of this unusual and rocky season! The winning tickets for a 2020 Specialized Turbo Levo SL Comp Carbon electric mountain bike (eMTB) and a 2020 Specialized Enduro Expert MTB will be pulled on October 31, 2020. Proceeds from this raffle were originally slated to benefit the series — a 501(c)3 non-profit organization — as well as trail projects in two of the communities that host races on the series schedule: Rogue Valley Mountain Bike Association (RVMBA) in southern Oregon and Siskiyou Outdoor Recreation Alliance (SORA) in the Mount Shasta area.
California Enduro Series (CES) raised $14,000 with two Specialized mountain bike raffles held over the 2019 season.
The popular enduro race series was proud to donate $3,500 of this to the Truckee Bike Park in Truckee, CA — home of the Northstar Enduro presented by Northstar California Resort — and another $3,500 to Rogue Valley Mountain Bike Association (RVMBA) based in southern Oregon — home of the Ashland Mountain Challenge presented by Ashland Mountain Adventures — with the remainder benefiting the series which is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
California Enduro Series has announced the six-event schedule for the 2020 season, presented by Specialized. Adventure Sports Journal is proud to be a founding sponsor of this grassroots enduro race series, which heads into its 8th year.
The first of two Specialized mountain bike raffles, presented as a fundraiser by California Enduro Series (CES), takes place on Sunday, August 25 at EWS Northstar. Will YOU be the proud owner of the newly-launched Specialized Enduro Expert?
The Mt. Shasta Enduro is round 3 of the California Enduro Series series for 2019. The event introduces riders to a fresh riding zone that many aren’t familiar with, despite its location on the south slope of Northern California’s iconic Mount Shasta
America’s Outdoor Recreation Act Gets Reintroduced in the Senate
Senator Manchin (D-WV) and Senator Barrasso (R-WY) reintroduced America’s Outdoor Recreation Act (AORA), a package of policy that aims to improve outdoor recreation on America’s public lands and waters.
If you care about the outdoors and want to see it protected, enhanced, and expanded, your voice is extremely valuable.
Please send a letter to your lawmakers to support America's Outdoor Recreation Act.
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📸 Leslie Kehmeier, Bureau of Land Management lands
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Happy International Women's Day! We are so thankful for the inspirational women we have been able to cover over the years.
Our current issue features an article on @shawn_cheshire, an EMT and Army veteran who got knocked down while attending to a combative patient. Over the next two years, the resulting brain injury left her completely blind.
She tried to kill herself twice in those first dark years. Now she's trying to climb Everest and Lhotse back to back.
⬆️ Click the link 🔗 in our bio to read her inspiring story.
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🎿The sport of SkiMo racing – aka Ski Mountaineering – has been growing at exponential rates as people discover the joy of human-powered uphill ascents in a resort setting. And few mountains offer as scenic a backdrop for a SkiMo race as @DiamondPeak, which features panoramic Lake Tahoe views from both courses.
⬆️See link 🔗in bio for more info.
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From elite athlete to emaciated anorexic, Ryan Althaus @mangoryan shares his experience with athletically induced anorexia, an illness common in the endurance sports community. 🏃♂️
Today kicks off National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. Read Ryan’s article (🔗 in our bio) to become better informed about this deep-rooted addiction that’s tied to the pursuit of “runner’s high.”
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For our current issue’s Earn Your Beer article, columnist James Murren takes us on a no-agenda, no-plan snow bike ride outside of Yosemite’s south gate in Sierra National Forest.
After “earning his beer” fat biking through a winter wonderland, James enjoyed a can of Citra Dreampint by @newglorybrewery, a hazy offering, followed up with New Glory’s Gummy Worms, a “chewy pale ale.” 🍺
Read about the earning and the beer at the link in our bio 🔗
How do YOU “earn your beer” or other treat? We’d love to hear about your adventures and favorite rewards!
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The Great Ski Race @thegreatskirace is not only a cross-country ski race – it’s a cherished celebration deeply rooted in the Tahoe area, and the main fundraiser for Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue (TNSAR) @tahoenordicsar. ❄️
This year, The Great Ski Race is set to run on Sunday, March 5, and on-line registration is available until March 2. The challenging 26k loop course starts and ends at Tahoe XC in Tahoe City, and post-race festivities include hot food, live music, and prizes galore. 🥇
Learn all about this long-running renowned event and its worthy cause in Laura Read’s @readwriteshoot article, featuring photos by Troy Corliss @troy5830, in our current issue. 🔗 Link in bio! 🔗
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“From the very beginning, ASJ was intended to be a space where people could be authentic about their adventures. We only sought the truth in our pages. Twenty years later we are still seeking the truth about why we test ourselves in magical landscapes. Not to seek danger for danger’s sake, but because we know that without challenge and a measured dose of risk we can’t evolve and progress as human beings.” 🗻
Welcome to ASJ Editor-in-Chief Matt Niswonger ’s latest message in Issue #127 (read it in full at the 🔗 in our bio). We invite you to pick up a copy and find the inspiration to push past your own physical and emotional comfort zones! 💓
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Calling all artists! 😍 👩🎨#repost @yosemiteclimbingassociation
We’re still looking for 2023 Facelift Art. It can be either landscape or portrait. Strong preference taken to graphic art and line art. Artwork will be on t-shirts, water bottles, our website and more.
Send art to: firstname.lastname@example.org
with “Facelift 2023 Art Submission” in the subject area
before March 6th
Looking to get after some sweet vert on your skis or snowboard? Or perhaps hitting the trails on cross country skis or snowshoes is your jam? ❄️ 🎿
Either way, be sure to check out our Resort Roundup (at the 🔗 in our bio) which shouts out California’s best resorts for winter fun – many of which have unveiled new runs and equipment this season!
Introduction by Anthea Raymond @lariverbeach
We love being a free resource for the California outdoor community. Consider helping us continue our work AND get the chance to WIN a @girosnow Tor or Tenaya Spherical helmet along with a pair of Giro X Fender Axis goggles (total value $440). 🏂🏿 ⛷️
Simply become an ASJ member by 1/24/23 and we’ll enter you into this snow-much-fun drawing. Plus, as an ASJ members you’ll be automatically entered to win prizes throughout the year!
Become a member at the link in our bio!
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2022 was a rough year for our long-time contributor @chrisvanleuven. On the heels of a bike crash injury, his hair started falling out in clumps due to an undiagnosed health condition. Then the unthinkable happened, when his house and most of his belongings burned down in Mariposa County’s Oak Fire.
In an article in our latest issue, Chris recounts how he was able to “fill his cup” with climbing, biking and writing through those tough times — and found himself happy to be “alive and thriving” in the Sierra foothills. 🧗 🚵 💻 💖
Read Chris' story at the 🔗 in our bio.
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Roy Tuscany suffered a spinal injury in 2006. After his recovery he founded @hi5sfoundation, a non-profit that has helped hundreds of injured athletes and veterans from across the country.
“The massive thing I’ve recognized through this work is that sports are a byproduct of community,” Tuscany explains. “We know that if we can get people back to sport, we can use sport as a vehicle to get them back to community and social interaction. We use sport as a way to integrate people back into … people.”
📖Pick up a copy of our latest issue to enjoy the article in our large print format or click the 🔗 in our bio to read more here. ⬆️
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