The 2010 Original Growler mountain bike race went down on Sunday, May 30. Over 300 riders were greeted by sunny skies in Gunnison, Colorado, and treated to 64 (or 32) miles of classic Hartman Rocks singletrack. Congratulations to all those who slayed the Growler; the long miles of technical (and sometimes soft) riding offered little relief. As one local rider put it: “Wiens really knows how to make you suffer.” Read more for full results.
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