Presented by RockShox
When registration opened for the 2021 Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox, Tom Turney, from Monument, Colorado was the first to sign up. Colorado Springs' own Russell Finsterwald, Men's Overall Winner for 2020, reached out to welcome Tom and ask what's he's looking forward to at this year's event.
Diane Jenks, host and producer of The Outspoken Cyclist Podcast – one of the longest running and most popular bicycling podcasts in the industry - interviewed Micah about how The Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox managed to put on a 4-day stage race that offered great prize money, attract a terrific field of riders, and keep everyone safe.
Four days of mountain-bike racing is coming to trails in the Colorado Springs area this week with stages contested at Palmer Park, Rampart Range Road, Gold Camp/Jones Park and the High Drive area.
FOX 21 News covers The Pikes Peak APEX, a four-day mountain bike challenge that will take place Sept. 24-27 at various locations in Colorado Springs and El Paso County, will impact several streets, parks and trails. Approximately 200 cyclists are expected to take part in the event, which will start at 8 a.m. daily.
The Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox will be one of the few pro mountain bike races in North America this year
A new mountain bike racing event with a mission to drive economic impact and improve trails and open spaces throughout the Pikes Peak region is ready to roll at Palmer Park Sept. 24.
When you're in Colorado Springs for the Pikes Peak APEX, You CANNOT miss these 5 breweries!
Need a suggestion on where to grab a cold one after one of the longer days of the Pikes Peak APEX presented by RockShox? The Colorado Springs area is home to over 20 breweries, but here are our five favorites.
Thanks to OutThere Colorado for covering the announcement of this exciting event!
Tuesday morning at USA Cycling headquarters, before announcing “the largest mountain bike race Colorado Springs has ever seen,” Micah Rice was roaming the room, at one point stopping to shake hands with a stranger.
Chris Franz introduced himself: “I’m just a random person.”
Just a random person who’s been hitting the local trails for the better part of 15 years. But for Franz and others like him, Tuesday’s announcement was perhaps most meaningful.