06/06/2012, 8:36am CDT, By BPerry
We spent some time catching up with Bryson after his record setting performance at Barn Burner. Check out what he had to say about the event and his plans for upcoming events.
06/06/2012, 8:35am CDT, By TCoffman and Vicky Foster
When it comes to our events, volunteers make it happen. And at no place along the trail is this more evident than at Hope Pass. At 12,620 feet, it's the highest and most remote point in the Leadville Trail 100 Run.
06/03/2012, 6:02pm CDT, By JSellinger
Congratulations to all the amazing athletes that finished yesterday's Barn Burner 104.
05/29/2012, 2:16pm CDT, By Eszter Horanyi, Singletrack.com
Every year, thousands of entries get sent into the lottery to race the historic Leadville Trail 100 mountain bike race. Every year, a percentage of those people win the lottery and line up at the most famous 100 mile race in the country.
05/27/2012, 10:32pm CDT, By TCoffman
It's true what they say: A little dark chocolate every now and then is actually good for you.
05/27/2012, 10:08pm CDT, By Brooke Schohl
The physiological effects of high altitude -- including headache, shortness of breath and fatigue
05/25/2012, 4:40am CDT, By Dave Wiens
43,218. That's the total number of feet of climbing in the entire Leadville Race Series, and you can bet you'll get your share of it at your chosen event, whether it's the LT100 or another race in the series.
05/25/2012, 4:37am CDT, By TCoffman
Need a post-ride brunch that’s healthy and a crowd pleaser?
05/25/2012, 4:29am CDT, By JSellinger
Try to tackle the Leadville Trail 100 without a hydration plan and you'll be toast. Doug Pitt may be a Leadville rookie, but he knows the importance of water -- and that it doesn't just apply to mountain bike racing.
05/18/2012, 10:01am CDT, By Tod Sweeney, MD
Dialing in proper hydration and nutrition for your event is no simple feat. Start and finish strong with these guidelines from Tod Sweeney, MD, with the Sports and Family Medicine of Colorado, P.C.