Josh Tostado

Schalk Beats Tostado at Breckenridge 100

2011 BRECKENRIDGE 100 FULL RESULTS Since its inception in 2005, Colorado strongman Josh Tostado has maintained a firm grip on the podium of the Breckenridge 100. Tostado, who resides at 10,500 feet in nearby Alma, was gunning for a seventh straight win on Saturday. But if there was one rider who had a legitimate chance […]

NUE Series Rolls On with Breckenridge 100

The Breckenridge 100, arguably the most difficult race in the National Ultra Endurance series, rolls Saturday in the Rockies. The fifth race in the 11-race NUE series is set mostly above 9,000 feet in Colorado and offers three Continental Divide crossings at altitudes surpassing 12,000 feet with a total of 13,700 feet of climbing. The […]

Tostado Defends 24-Hour Title in Moab

-1The 24-Hours of Moab and the 24-hour national championships were held together over the weekend, with Josh Tostado defending his title in the men's solo division and Jari Kirkland taking the women's solo Stars-and-Stripes jersey.

Epic Bloggin': In Her Own Words from Breck

A knot of pro men are vying for the lead in the six-day, lung-busting event known as the Breck Epic in Colorado. Read some of the mental wanderings of Sarah Uhl, someone not vying for the lead but busting butt nonetheless at the Epic.

Epic Conditions Hit Riders at Breck Epic

Tuesday's third stage of the Breck Epic somewhere above Breckenridge, Colorado saw a brutal day in the saddle where riders climbed over the Continental Divide twice in 44 miles, gaining over 9,400 feet. And did we mention it was cold...?