The man behind the longest-running 24-hour race in the world explains why people keep coming back to 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo.
Despite the dwindling popularity of 24-hour mountain bike races, the 20th edition of 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo is going strong thanks to its devoted community.
Without a major sponsor for 2019, Red Hook Crit organizer decides to take the year off, rather than decreasing the event's scale.
Nash Dory, 20, wins his first 24-hour solo race in the 20th edition of the Arizona event, overcoming temporary blindness along the way.
Lance Armstrong, George Hincapie, Christian Vande Velde, and Dylan Casey — all former U.S. Postal riders — will race 24 Hours of Old Pueblo.
Much like baseball's "perfect game," 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo affords a similar challenge: riding 24 laps in merely 24 hours.