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Drew Edsall, Shannon Boffeli of mtbracenews.com, and I discuss and vote on the finalists for the Mountain Bike Radio's "Best of 2012."
We have been asking fans to vote on choices we determined that represented the best of 2012 in certain categories. Go to: http://www.mountainbikeradio.com/2012-year-end-show/ to see all of the choices.
We've taken the top 3 vote-getters and will discuss and vote on who we think is deserving of the "Mountain Bike Radio Best of 2012".
Listen in to see who is the winner of the following top 3 vote-getters :
Best Male XC Nino Schurter Todd Wells Sam Schultz Best Female XC Georgia Gould Pua Mata Julie Bresset Best Male Endurance Cameron Chambers Jeremiah Bishop Jay Petervary Best Female Endurance Rebecca Rusch Amanda Carey Eszter Horanyi Breakout Rider Sam Schultz Georgia Gould Keegan Swenson Top Product Red Bull World Cup Coverage MBR Fatbikes
We will also give some special nods to 2012 noteables.
Listen and call in during the live show if you'd like to try to sway each of our decisions!
Listen in as we chat with Cimarron Chacon, President of Gro Promotions. We'll discuss what she has going on in Southwestern Utah.
Gro Promotions, Frog Hollow races and the True Grit were conceived as a way to build their cycling culture by bringing mountain bikers together, to improve their communities awareness of Mountain Biking and all its benefits, and to showcase the amazing terrain and extensive network of trails found in Southwestern Utah to new riders.
Still in it's infancy, the True Grit Epic has become the season opener for the National Endurance Series.
May 2, 7:30 am Mountain Time.
Race director of the new X100, John Kolarevic, joins the show to discuss his new Michigan endurance mountain bike race set for August 24th near Traverse City.
Listeners are welcome to call in and ask about the event. Are you wondering about the schedule or the course, this is your chance to get the exact info!
Description from the X100 Race Website:
"The X100, Michigan’s Ultimate Mountain Bike Xventure, starts and finishes at Beautiful RANCH RUDOLF nestled right on the Boardman River just 15 miles South of Traverse City.
The race is 100 miles of twisting single track that winds in and out of county gravel roads, two tracks and fire roads. Bikers roll through the most beautiful terrain Michigan has to offer: deep woods and steep hills dotted with pristine lakes, streams and ponds. The X100 has some killer cross-country riding – until now – known only by die-hard locals."
Continuing the series of the North American Sasquatch Researcher, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio is honored to bring you a Sasquatch research team out of the Rocky Mountains. They call themselves the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization R.M.S.O. Team members include Kelly Shaw, Derek Wright, Jenny Higley, and Brody Lewis.
Kelly Shaw has been a Bigfoot enthusiast since he was 8 when his grandfather told him about his close up encounter with a family of three Bigfoot during the 1920’s in Mount St. Helens Washington. After that Kelly started reading everything he could and realized he was actually living in an active area. When he was old enough, he began camping in areas with sightings reports and has kept up this practice through adulthood. Derek Wright, who has had an up close encounter, joined Kelly Shaw and they created the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization. Together they would document and study the Sasquatch in the Rocky Mountain area. Jenny Higley and Brody Lewis, brother and sister, grew up in the outdoors and possessed great tracking abilities. Jenny joined the team four years later and Brody, a prospector, joined last year. This team has been successful in finding many tracks, tree formations and documented local wildlife. Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization has a hexadrone helicoptor they call “Squawk” which gives the team a great advantage over the rugged terrain. Join Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio for a very fascinating show.
To find out more about the R.M.S.O., please refer to the following links:
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Jeremy and Chris go through the nine games of the third week of Mountain West football and discuss the highs and lows of the league so far. We both fell that Boise State is the best team in the league and that Nevada really has a chance to compete in the West.
We go deep into Fresno State to try to figure out what is going wrong with that team. Is it coaching, lack of talent, scheme or just maybe we are holding onto some shred of that Fresno State is still a good team and blame the difficult schedule.
We do get to Chuckie Keeton leaving the first half of the Wake Forest game by re-injuring the same knee that he tore his ACL last year. As of this time there is no update on the status of Keeton's knee.