Sombrio OSO Gloves

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Product Description

Even fierce mama bears need some hand protection on their downhill descents (especially when they pick crazy lines like you do), so they roll with the Sombrio Women's OSO Glove. Lightweight yet rugged, this all-mountain glove has you covered as you roam the trails.

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El Oso Rd

I was in need of little fitness ride, and I wanted to do a little exploring in the Mazatzal Mountains. I was also inspired by a ride Maadjurguer did last spring. My goal one day, is to pedal a traverse of the Mazatzal's from the Beeline Highway to Roosevelt Lake (Bee to the Bear and Back). I belie ... Read More »

Oso Corredor in the Sandias!!!

Well this one wasn't running but it sure was an awesome sight to see...crossed the Hwy around the 10k mark. RCCRead More »

SB Area: Upper Oso to New Cuyama This Weekend?

Howdy- Super late notice, I know, but it seems like we've been given a rare, late-season reprieve from really hot weather in the SB backcountry. As a result, it seems like this weekend (June 6/7) would be an ideal time for the Upper Oso- New Cuyama epic. Would prefer to do this tomorrow, but woul ... Read More »

Oso Pkwy/ 241 Tollroad

For anyone that has been riding Oso Parkway and the 241 Tollroad....beware. Rangers are out in force these days and are issuing trespassing tickets. Too bad cuz it was just starting to get fun...and I can ride from my front yard:mad: I guess night rides are back on.Read More »

10K-Tree Spring-Oso-Faulty-Canyoncito ride.

Original plan was to take some Austin peeps out to East Fork. Change-o-plan to ride trails closer to their base camp. Hmm...I think that's the route that we roughly ended up following. First time to ride any of those trails and I'd have to say those would rank right up there with some of the be ... Read More »

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