The Whiskey Off-Road, which kicks off the Epic Rides Off-Road series, sold its 2,000 spots in under two months.
Prescott, Arizona’s distinctive rock outcropping, known as Thumb Butte, is the first thing the sun touches, around 5:45 in the morning in late-April. Three and a half hours after I had my pre-race coffee at dawn, the morning of the Whiskey Off-Road, I was again looking up at this cliff castle, except I was on […]
Canadian Cory Wallace thrives in adventurous bike races in far-flung places like Nepal, but he isn't opposed to lining up for a major race like the Whiskey Off-Road.
In her bid to make the Tokyo Olympics, Kate Courtney refines her technical skills with help from new team manager Thomas Frischknecht as she settles in with Scott-SRAM.
For its sweet 16th edition, Whiskey Off-Road adds new singletrack and keeps the same exciting vibe with high-speed fat tire crit, and hordes of fans and riders taking on the 50-miler in Arizona.
Going solo at the race's halfway point, Kate Courtney wins her second Whiskey Off-Road. Chloe Woodruff reels in three riders on final singletrack to take second.
Keegan Swenson defends his title at Whiskey Off-Road mountain bike marathon, riding to a convincing solo win on a new course with a tough singletrack finale.
Less of the Skull Valley climb might actually make Whiskey Off-Road harder, and with some pros focused on the Olympics, Sunday's race should be unpredictable.
The 16th edition of the Epic Rides Off-Road series kick-off is expected to attract 2,100 riders to Arizona, and they'll be riding more singletrack this year.