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which bike crusher in the tushar road dirt

Which Bike? Crusher in the Tushar road + dirt

Neil Shirley of Road Bike Action descends on his custom “Project Gravel” bike, built especially for The Crusher. Sector 5: Doc Springs Road to the final Aid Station at Bentenson Flat (14 miles) It’s back to the dirt just outside of the town Circleville.

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Crusher in the Tushar road + dirt

What’s a Tushar. Race Date: JULY 9, 2022 The Tushars are among Utah's tallest mountain ranges, housing several peaks over 12,000 feet in elevation and featuring Utah's highest road at an elevation of 11,500 feet. Straddling Beaver and Piute

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About Crusher in the Tushar road + dirt

The concept of the “Crusher” lived only in my head for more than 10 years and I long dreamed of the day when an event would incorporate the incredible terrain and breathtaking scenery afforded in the surrounding Tushar mountains. After I retired from professional racing in 2010, I decided it was time to make that dream a reality.

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FAQ Crusher in the Tushar road + dirt

Q: What exactly is the ‘Crusher in the Tushar’? Answer. The ‘Crusher’ is a veritable smorgasbord of surfaces featuring approximately 40 miles of unpaved dirt and gravel roads and 30 miles of tarmac with a rude amount of elevation gain thrown-in for good measure. Check out the “ course map and description ” page for more insight.

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Crusher In The Tushar Delivers Tough ... - Road Bike Action

2021-10-23  The Crusher’s course is made up of a 60/40 split between dirt roads and pavement, with essentially two massive climbs that provide nearly 10,000 feet of vertical gain in just 69 miles. Wicked fast descending and long, often steep climbing sections

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A Guide to the Crusher in the Tushars - Grizzly Adam

2012-4-30  Find a similar road in your area (Skyline Drive, Snake Creek Canyon, Guardsman Pass, Corner Canyon, for you Salt Lake locals) and find out which tires and bikes work best for you. After the 2011 race I said that the “the best bike for the

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Horse for the Course: Crusher in the Tushar - BikeRadar

2016-12-9  Held high in the Tushar mountains of Utah, the Crusher in the Tushar is a climb-tastic gravel race, featuring 10,000ft / 3,048m of elevation gain over just 70 miles of alternating pavement and dirt.

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Rider Handbook Crusher in the Tushar road + dirt

Once the race leaves the pavement and re-joins dirt fire-road outside of the town of Circleville, riders can resume “rules of the road” riding in “lane of travel” until re-joining the pavement for the final miles to the finish at Eagle Point Resort at which point the

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Course Map and Description Crusher in the Tushar road ...

Thomas “T$” Cooke leads the Men’s 40-49 field during the inaugural edition of the Crusher moments before getting their first taste of Tushar dirt. At mile 11 the real climbing begins as the course makes a right turn onto FR 137 where the road takes on an

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Grizzly Adam The Crusher: Which Bike? - Grizzly Adam

2011-5-11  But the mountain bike is still a distinct possibility. Especially if the dirt road, which is normally fairly smooth, suffers any significant damage during the run-off season. The mountain bike has a clear advantage on the 18-mile descent. The braking power

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The Crusher in the Tushar Epic - Road Bike Action

2021-11-9  The Crusher in the Tushar’s course, combined with the weather conditions, exemplified extreme racing, making for the perfect testing grounds. The Crusher in the Tushar is a race in Beaver, Utah that is as brutal as the name suggests. Three factors

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Horse for the Course: Crusher in the Tushar - BikeRadar

2016-12-9  Held high in the Tushar mountains of Utah, the Crusher in the Tushar is a climb-tastic gravel race, featuring 10,000ft / 3,048m of elevation gain over just 70 miles of alternating pavement and dirt.

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As Gravel Grows: Inside the Crusher In The Tushar - Road ...

2021-11-7  Photo: Christopher See. When Crusher in the Tushar first popped onto the scene in 2011, mixed-surface racing was hardly even a thing. Sure, there have been events that incorporated both pavement and dirt into one route, but it had typically

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Contender Rides the Crusher in the Tushar

2021-8-23  Joseph rode Crusher in the Tushar, a gravel bike race that starts in Beaver, Utah. He outlines what he brought, what bike he chose, and what changes he would make to be prepared for one of the hardest gravel races around. - Alvin On the morning of July 10th, I participated in the Crusher in the Tushar gravel bike race.

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A Guide to the Crusher in the Tushars - Grizzly Adam

2012-4-30  Find a similar road in your area (Skyline Drive, Snake Creek Canyon, Guardsman Pass, Corner Canyon, for you Salt Lake locals) and find out which tires and bikes work best for you. After the 2011 race I said that the “the best bike for the

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CRUSHAR IN THE TUSHAR RACE REPORT - Road Bike Action

2021-11-7  The Crusher in the Tushar presented by the Creamery, a gravel bicycle race owned and produced by Life Time, welcomed a field of 577 riders representing 26 states to Utah’s Tushar Mountains outside of Beaver, Utah today, July 10. Peter Stetina won the men’s event. This uniquely formatted gravel race began in historic downtown Beaver, the ...

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Crusher in the Tushar an Outstanding Success

2018-9-23  The 2018 Annual Tushar Crusher Road plus Dirt Bike Race was once again an exciting and fun-filled event. This was the eighth anniversary of the 70-mile race that consists of a mix of paved and dirt roads traversing through the fabulous Tushar Mountains, and climbing from 6,000 ft to just over 10,000 ft. in elevation. In late summer of 2010, Burke Swindlehurst a retired road and mountain bike ...

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Crusher in the Tushar Answers All Questions - Cycling

2012-9-28  The climax of the Crusher is the Col d’ Crush. The race required us to descend and climb the twisted, graveled, and laughably steep dirt road. More commonly known as Highway 153, the Col d’ Crush is an access road connecting the Tushar mountains and the Paiute Valley, home to the small Utah hamlets of Junction and Circleville.

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Crusher in the Tushar 2012: Results Cyclingnews

2012-7-20  Find out the latest news, stage reports, race scores and expert analysis from the 2012 Crusher in the Tushar. Cyclingnews: The world centre of cycling.

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Grizzly Adam The Crusher: Which Bike? - Grizzly Adam

2011-5-11  But the mountain bike is still a distinct possibility. Especially if the dirt road, which is normally fairly smooth, suffers any significant damage during the run-off season. The mountain bike has a clear advantage on the 18-mile descent. The braking power

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As Gravel Grows: Inside the Crusher In The Tushar - Road ...

2021-11-7  Photo: Christopher See. When Crusher in the Tushar first popped onto the scene in 2011, mixed-surface racing was hardly even a thing. Sure, there have been events that incorporated both pavement and dirt into one route, but it had typically

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Horse for the Course: Crusher in the Tushar - BikeRadar

2016-12-9  Held high in the Tushar mountains of Utah, the Crusher in the Tushar is a climb-tastic gravel race, featuring 10,000ft / 3,048m of elevation gain over just 70 miles of alternating pavement and dirt.

Read More
Contender Rides the Crusher in the Tushar

2021-8-23  Joseph rode Crusher in the Tushar, a gravel bike race that starts in Beaver, Utah. He outlines what he brought, what bike he chose, and what changes he would make to be prepared for one of the hardest gravel races around. - Alvin On the morning of July 10th, I participated in the Crusher in the Tushar gravel bike race.

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Crusher in the Tushar an Outstanding Success

2018-9-23  The 2018 Annual Tushar Crusher Road plus Dirt Bike Race was once again an exciting and fun-filled event. This was the eighth anniversary of the 70-mile race that consists of a mix of paved and dirt roads traversing through the fabulous Tushar Mountains, and climbing from 6,000 ft to just over 10,000 ft. in elevation. In late summer of 2010, Burke Swindlehurst a retired road and mountain bike ...

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The Crusher in the Tushar Returns - Road Bike Action

2021-11-10  The Crusher has proven to be a melting pot of cycling disciplines, once again attracting road, mountain bike, cyclocross, and gravel riders ready to challenge themselves on a 69-mile point-to-point route that features a 60/40 split between dirt

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Crusher in the Tushar Answers All Questions - Cycling

2012-9-28  The climax of the Crusher is the Col d’ Crush. The race required us to descend and climb the twisted, graveled, and laughably steep dirt road. More commonly known as Highway 153, the Col d’ Crush is an access road connecting the Tushar mountains and the Paiute Valley, home to the small Utah hamlets of Junction and Circleville.

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Gravel Race Recap: 2019 Crusher in the Tushar —

2019-7-15  On July 13, 2019 more than 600 riders descended on Utah’s Tushar Mountains for the ninth annual Crusher in the Tushar. After one of the fastest races to date it was professionals Alex Grant (Gear Rush) and Evelyn Dong (Pivot-Stan’s No Tubes) who crossed the finish line first ahead of their respective Pro/Open fields that were particularly stacked this year with notable road cycling talent.

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Crusher in the Tushar: Crushing My Limits Goolds Gone

2016-7-15  So much so that when I look back at that pile of dirt at Reach 11 I’m shocked that something so small paralyzed me with fear. A view of the beautiful Tushar Mountains from State Road 153. Even with all the improvements I made in three months, I was

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Tushar Tech: There is No Right Answer - Peloton Magazine

2021-11-21  Crusher in the Tushar is unlike any cycling event in the US, possibly in the world. It’s the sort of day on the bike where you’ll find yourself questioning not just your equipment choices but also your life choices. There’s steep, loose, climbing, fast,

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Crusher tire question Mountain Bike Reviews Forum

2015-2-21  So I just signed up for the Crusher in the Tushar road+dirt race this summer. I have raced it the past 2 years on a rigid mountain bike with Specialized Renegade 1.8's with good success (No flats, fairly fast rolling, etc.) But I am building up a Niner RLT 9 with Stan's Iron Cross wheels...

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