by David Newcomer / Customer Service Manager
I've been saying for the last few years that you can safely mountain bike in Colorado through Thanksgiving. I don't know that this has always been true, but lately it sure is.
And the roads are open for business all year. Which is great, because I am not a fan of the trainer. We're blessed with a lot of sunshine. So, while we may be hit with some good storms from time to time, the conditions don't generally persist more than three days or so.
There are still a few things to be prepared for, though. And as I've said before, they can sneak up on you if you're not out there constantly. If you thought it was time to hang up the bike for a bit, but find you're ready to ride, here are a few things to consider.
Winter riding really can be fun and rewarding. Memorable, too, when you come out on top when conditions are challenging! Take care out there and I'll see you on the road.
About the Author
A lifelong commuter and amateur racer in road, CX and MTB, David Newcomer has experience with just about every aspect of our sport. A former race director of the Bob Cook Memorial Mt. Evans Hill Climb, and Executive Director of one of the largest cycling clubs in Colorado, he brings a wide range of experience to share with others. David is the Customer Service Manager at Pactimo and host of our podcast "On the Road with Pactimo." You can reach him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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