When I was 14, I purchased a Mercier 10-speed road bike for $350. It gave me the freedom to go wherever I wanted without parents, or a car. It was independence. Mount Evans, Evergreen, Breckenridge, and even Vail were all places to go before I could drive. I bought it in 1972-it's 50 years old now, and I still ride it.
Hands down...Epic Day by Eddyline Brewery.
Moab has provided adventure and great memories.
Bicycles are an extension of the person riding them. Without a rider a bike can’t do anything, but when a person gets on it, it comes to life. Bikes add to our physical abilities and connect with our emotions. It’s fun to be a part of that.