Pikes Peak APEX
Welcome to the season finale of The APEX podcast where host John Croom sits down for a chat with Riley Amos - one of the best mountain bikers in the country right now!
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.
Hear why Finsty is looking forward to his first true mountain bike race this year at Pikes Peak APEX. The home town legend knows the region's trails like the back of his hand, and he's looking forward to ripping some singletrack in a 'proper mountain bike race'. Hear more about his advice for riders coming to The APEX and why he's looking forward to a 'fun 4 days of racing.'
To help you get the most out of your APEX experience, RockShox has compiled some support materials and tips to ensure you have a great ride. We even asked a few Colorado Springs locals how they like to set up their suspension for our unique terrain.
The APEX podcast where host John Croom sits down for a chat with Nina Machnowski about how she is using Leadville to prep for The APEX.
A lot of the questions we get about The Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox are related to bikes. We hope this guide helps answer them. For anyone wondering: what’s the best mountain bike and tire setup for the Pikes Peak APEX? Well, there’s no perfect setup for everyone, but here are some guidelines to help you bring gear well suited to the unique terrain and conditions in the Pikes Peak Region.
In the 6th episode of The APEX podcast John sits down for a chat with Evelyn Dong. They compare notes on all things gravel and MTB, and then talk about what led Evelyn to biking and what she's up to this season.
To thrive during a 4-day race like The APEX, you must gauge your efforts wisely in the early miles to have something left for the finale. Here's a guide to help you achieve your pacing and performance goals.
Outdoor Festival & Expo marks the final stage of highest profile mountain bike event on The Front Range and also serves as a backdrop for the full day of activities to celebrate outdoor recreation.
Staying at the top of your game for four days requires a little knowledge and some thoughtful planning. What you do - and don’t do - between stages of the Pikes Peak APEX will make a big difference on how you feel and fast you can go the following day.