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Jun 27, 2011Crusher in the Tushar. by TONIC FAB 27 Jun 2011 1 comment News, Uncategorized 'Crusher in the Tushar', roadirt, Todd Littlehales. Bikes are going out the Big Green door, the Sun is out in Portland and all is well.
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Kids under six ride and ski for free, and Ski-In-Ski-Out lodging starts at $99 per night. Our vacation planners are available seven days a week to help you create a memorable trip to Eagle Point Resort.
Oct 01, 2018The Crusher in the Tushar is one of those races that sounds like a great idea in February when registration opens after months of snow and little riding. It seems like a long time away with plenty of time to train. Riding up a forest road in the Tushar Mountains with the smell of the pines, little traffic and scenic lakes sounds idyllic.
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 Counties and nestled in the expansive Fishlake National Forest, The Tushars possess stunning vistas,
Crusher in the Tushar Website This uniquely formatted race begins in historic downtown Beaver, Utah the birthplace of famed outlaw Butch Cassidy and finishes at Utah's newest ski and Summer resort, Eagle Point. Featuring a near-perfect 50/50 split between tarmac and dirt gravel sectors, it affords riders the
Featuring a near even split of tarmac and dirt/gravel sectors, it affords riders the opportunity to explore the stunning back country of Utah's little-known Tushar Mountains and Fishlake National Forest. Race Date Saturday, July 8th, 2017. Registration fee $150 before June 1st and $185 after. There are 13
Crusher in the Tushar. Website Address Beaver, UT United States. Available Tours By Crusher in the Tushar. Crusher in the Tushar. 1 Day . Availability 7/13/19. This uniquely formatted race begins in historic downtown Beaver, Utah the birthplace of From $175. View Details.
2011 Crusher in the Tushar winner. Bike "The technical side of the Crusher is always really interesting for me. I was doing a lot of prototype testing for Jamis on the Renegade. It was a great course for me to give feedback. That type of adventure bike is perfect for a course like that. That's where the race is won.
Crusher in the Tushar. A Dozen Bucket List Rides For 2019. From PeopleForBikes. By Riley Lantz. Great bike rides can start anywhere, but sometimes it's worth the extra travel to race through breathtaking coastal landscapes, glorious mountain peaks or rugged desert terrain.
Cycling route in Beaver, UT, United States, created on 07/08/2012 As best as I could tell, this will be the course for the crusher in the tushar race to be held
Jul 07, 2011Crusher In The Tushar This is about mountain climbing, but not in the usual sense. I'm signed up for an 80 mile bike race through the Tushar mountains of southern Utah. When you think of Utah mountains you usually think of the prominent Wasatch mountains that dominate the eastern view for most of the residents of Utah. However, down south near
A gallery of photos of the 2019 Crusher in the Tushar by Catherine Fegan-Kim
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Apr 05, 2011Burke Swindlehurst's new event, the Crusher in the Tushar, will be having its inaugural running this summer on July 16. The 79 mile course starts in quiet downtown Beaver, Utah and finishes at Utah's newest ski resort, Eagle Point, and will feature a nearly perfect 50/50 split between pavement and dirt fire-road sectors, allowing riders
Jul 29, 2016The Crusher in the Tushar could be described as a constant stream of shit hitting the fan! Every part of the course has some sort of feature in it that shakes up the group. The gravel roads are scattered with sharp rocks and potholes that slice some guys tires, the uphills are selective, the downhill is deceptively selective.
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
Travis McCabe finished an outstanding 9th at Crusher in the Tushar, one of the premier gravel races in North America. His result follows up on teammate Noah Granigan's 9th at Dirty Kanza and Noah Simms' 13th at Paris to Ancaster.
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Jul 26, 2012An especially important component of Crusher in the Tushar is the preparation. Of course, every competitive event requires that you have the fitness and your equipment is sound enough to complete the event, but with almost 70 miles of racing, with 10,000 feet of climbing, some of it at 10,000 feet of elevation, a course encouraging a light
Jul 16, 2018Crusher in the Tushar gravel race in Beaver, Utah. Arriving just in time to get our packets on Friday was perfect. The altitude didn't have enough time to affect me.
Gallery Taming the 2018 Crusher in the Tushar via Velo News. A full field of 600 riders raced the Crusher in the Tushar, a 70-mile race that features plenty of off-road sections. Read the full article at Gallery Taming the 2018 Crusher in
Jul 08, 2017Kids under six ride and ski for free, and Ski-In-Ski-Out lodging starts at $99 per night. Our vacation planners are available seven days a week to help you
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Dec 09, 2016Held 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
The Crusher in the Tushar is a uniquely-formatted race which begins in historic downtown Beaver, the birthplace of famed outlaw "Butch Cassidy" and
Apr 30, 2012Behind you is 70 miles of challenging, shadeless, merciless dirt and pavement. Behind you are the countless training hours, tire debates, skipped desserts, and schematic planning. Behind you is the Crusher in the Tushars. Congratulations. Go get a burger, sit down in the shade, and bask in the high-altitude glory of being a Crusher Crusher.
On July 9th, the small town of Beaver, Utah, will once again play host to the Crusher in the Tushar. Now in its sixth edition, the race is famed for the varied terrain, rendering almost all equipment choices terrible at some point during the 70 miles and 10,000 feet of climbing.
Saturday was my fifth Crusher in the Tushar. The first was the most difficult for me due mostly to a poor choice in gearing. By my estimation, 2017 was only our second hottest Crusher. But the consensus of the Rexburg locals is that for conditions generally, 2017 was the most brutal Crusher yet.