Sports Strategies announces another stacked race for the 4-day mountain bike challenge on the slopes of Pikes Peak. $25,000 is up for grabs, split evenly between the men and women’s top finishers.
Watch as over 25 riders are interviewed at the 2021 Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox and learn what makes this a 'can't miss' event on everyone's fall calendar.
Watch as Cannondale documented Alex Howes and Lachlan Morton having ‘pure fun’ in Colorado Springs. For us, it was pure fun having these guys join us for 2021, and watching this video documenting their time in Colorado Springs was a bonus.
Sports Strategies announces a successful close to the 2021 Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox following 4 days, 120 miles of dirt and over 15,000 feet of climbing. Alexis Skarda and Keegan Swenson, both from Santa Cruz/SRAM, beat strong fields to win the overall general classification at The APEX. The men’s field featured a who’s-who of American mountain bike racing plus EF Education-Nippo riders Lachlan Morton and Alex Howes, while the women’s field ended up being a tight three-way battle between three well-known domestic pros.
After a beautiful day in Palmer Park and an impressive field of riders, Stage 1 ended with Sofia Gomez Villafane in the lead for the women and Keegan Swenson in the lead for the men. Congratulations to both and best of luck to everyone tomorrow for Stage 2.
Sofia Gomez Villafane
Sports Strategies announces EF Pro Cycling riders Lachlan Morton and Alex Howes will be coming to Colorado Springs for the 2021 Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox. Morton, native of Australia, and Howes, from Colorado, are both living in Colorado and will have an opportunity race close to home.
EF Pro Cycling riders Lachlan Morton and Alex Howes will be coming to Colorado Springs. We’re excited to welcome these ‘locals’ and catch up with them for a quick chat.