Gunny Enduro

Ready to test those bike handling skills?  Been working on your fitness?  Have that suspension and tire pressure dialed?

Gunny Enduro will test all that on May 10, 2014.

Enduro racing is a great test of the All Mountain Athlete.  Our course (same as last year) is Gunny Loop.  The course is a point to point, which means you will be starting at the trailhead, and ending at the bottom of the trail, lower down on Little Park Rd. After the finish, you may ride back to the top on the road or another trail. If you want a shuttle back up, you need to arrange that at a parking area. No parking is allowed on Little Park Rd.

All the information you need can be found right here.

Rumble 2014 Final Results are Posted

Thank you everyone for coming out this year!

Thank you as well for your understanding in cancelling the upper portion of the course.  Even with a shortened course, there were several stellar performances.  The top 10 placements in each category earned a ticket to USACycling National Championships!

All the results can be found with this link.

We captured a few podium photos.  We posted them in a few places depending on your social networking preferences.


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Rumble in 3 Days!

All the Rumble Race Intel can be found at this link!

The course will be marked on Friday.  We are starting in the morning, so most likely it will be completed by early afternoon.

In connection with the race, we are doing a raffle.  Each ticket is $5.  All the proceeds go back to our VERY hard working local trail organization COPMOBA.  The drawing for the bike will be during the awards.   Step up and purchase a few tickets, it’s a great cause!

You are starting the Mountain Bike Season in Grand Junction / Fruita, and we appreciate that.  How about coming back in the Late Summer / Fall!  Our friends at Epic Rides are hosting a great race (I have done it, so it is a real testimonial) Aug 29-31.  More info here!

April 18, 2014 – Desert Clean Up Day!  We are sponsoring a desert clean up day.  The majority of the work will happen between 10a and 3p, but feel free to stop by and pick up a few spent shot gun shells or beer cans any time!  We have provided and paid for a roll-off dumpster to be located in the lower desert at the Rumble at 18 Road Start / Finish Area.  We are putting the word out, but please spread the word with your friends.    More hands always helps.  We are not asking for any huge time commitment, heck, just come out for a ride, pick up debris for 15 minutes, refuel with some H2O, and continue with your ride.

Rumble at 18 Road – 8 days away!

Spring has arrived in Fruita!  Our base layer is now Sunscreen, the desert flowers are blooming, and the 10 day extended forecast is calling for 78 degrees and sunny on race day!

All the race information is right here!

Registration is here!

We do need a couple of volunteers from 7a – 3pm on Saturday the 19th of April.  If you can help us out, we would appreciate it.  Just send Mike an email / text / phone call.

Mike Driver

Rumble at 18 Road – 19 April 2014

Still snow on the ground, but it won’t be long until Spring comes and we all start dressing with sunscreen as our baselayer.

We have been working on a couple of really cool things for the Rumble.


  • USAC Qualifier!  We have been officially selected by USACycling as a qualifier for the USACycling National Championships.  What does that mean?  There are 11 events in the United States that Mountain Bike Athletes can go to to qualify to participate in the USACycling National Championships.  Rumble at 18 Road is the ONLY race in the United States West of the Continental Divide.  Who can register?  Good question, we are open to anyone!  Even if you have never raced, come try it.  Have any questions?  Send them to Mike our race director.  You can email him at mike (at) ltrsports (.) com


  • Rumble at 18 Road is an official stop for the Intermountain Cup!  The ICUP is one of the greatest mountain bike series in the United States.  What does that mean?  We are proud to be selected as a stop on the series!  Do you have to do the entire series?  Nope.  If you only race Rumble at 18 Road this year, you will have accomplished three things:
  1. Had a lot of fun on a really cool course.
  2. Earned yourself an invitation to the USACycling National Championships (place in the top 10 in your category).
  3. Earned points in the Intermountain Cup Mountain Bike Series.

That is truly multi-tasking!