The 69-mile race in the mountains of Beaver County, Utah is scheduled for July 13
Burke Swindlehurst is bringing his Crusher in the Tushar adventure race back in 2012 for a second helping of on- and off-road racing.
Retired pro Burke Swindlehurst is promoting a tough 79-mile point-to-point race in Utah that will be run on dirt and pavement and include 12,000 feet of climbing.
Two American riders, one retired roadie and one dominant ’crosser, announced intriguing events they’re backing this July. Burke Swindlehurst will host a unique dirt/paved race, the Tushar Crusher, in Utah on July 16. In Massachusetts, Jeremy Powers will head his second annual J.A.M. GrandFUNdo July 30.
Retired pros Omer Kem and Burke Swindlehurst will join the Bissell team's management team for next year.
Burke Swindlehurst may be winding down his pro road racing career, but the 37-year-old is still a favorite to win Thursday's Mount Nemo stage.
Burke Swindlehurst headed back to the SRAM Tour of the Gila for the 16th time this week, but for the rider with the race's greatest number of stage wins (six) to his credit, Gila is a whole new beast this year.