Louis Garneau Sierra Gloves

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Louis Garneau Women's Sierra Glove is perfect for recreational rides and spin classes.

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Headed to Graeagle/Sierra Buttes area next week.

I'm driving down from Washington and am planning to camp in the Lakes Basin area. I'm in a Subaru wagon, so I have plenty of cold weather and warm weather gear so I should be prepared for all possible conditions. Accuweather is predicting good weather for the first part of the week at any rate. I'm ... Read More »

Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship: Tamarack Trail Work and Ride Report in Pictures

Fun day in the Sierra Buttes on the Tamarack Trail with SBTS volunteers. Lots of brushing and raking [ATTACH=CONFIG]918112[/ATTACH] Melinder test riding [ATTACH=CONFIG]918113[/ATTACH] Baby Heads [ATTACH=CONFIG]918114[/ATTACH] More Baby Heads [ATTACH=CONFIG]918116[/ATTACH]Read More »

Graeagle Brown Pow Alert, and various Lost Sierra Shenanigans

First off, steady rain in the Lakes Basin, Mills Peak area of the Lost Sierra. Going to be some epic conditions. I rode Mills today and it was a bit slippery, but given a few hours to dry will be All Time. Pretty widespread rain so let's see what Tahoe and Downieville get too. Ronski was prett ... Read More »

Come ride the Lost Sierra!

You've probably heard of Downieville, now meet the passionate people that make those trails -and the events around them- so sweet. We spent a year making this short doc (and a bunch of promos and web content), and after premiering at the Classic this past weekend, finally get to share it. [video ... Read More »

Documentary of the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship

On the heels of the 19th running of the Downieville Classic race and festival, we've released our latest short documentary: Trail Stewards of the Lost Sierra. Check out how the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship came to be, why they do what they do (build some awesome trail), what they plan in the futu ... Read More »

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