Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Sedona High School to the top of Mingus Mt.

Hello everyone or those of you who read the blogs. If anyone is interested in riding on Sunday during this winter I was thinking about starting a ride from Sedona High School. It would start at 9AM on Sunday. We would ride on 89A to Cottonwood, up to Jerome and then to the top of Mingus Mt. When passing through Cottonwood we can take Mingus Extension road to Old Jerome Hwy and a couple of side streets back to 89A. That way we will stay off of 89A through town. At the top of the mountain there is the state camp ground "Potato Patch." If anyone wanted to fill their bottles up can do so at the camp ground. The ride will be around 78 miles with over 5100 ft. of climbing with most of the climbing up Mingus Mt. If anyone wants to ride send me an email at or I will be there this Sunday, 10/29. If I get a couple of people that show up on a regular basis then more people will know how to get through town without taking 89A. This will be a great training ride for everyone.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Steve "Coach" Ilg Scores his 4th Victory

Backdropped by colored aspens, our seemingly ageless RRR Team Yoga Teacher, Steve "Coach" Ilg scored his 4th victory of the season for Red Rock Racing as he ran and mountain biked to a new Course Record in last Saturday's "Gaspin In The Aspen" mountain duathlon at the Flagstaff Nordic Center. Ilg covered the 15-kilometer run/bike/run course in 58 minutes. Coach plans to re-sign with RRR for 2007!

RRR Team Members get discounts off each off Coach's acclaimed classes. Come and find out for yourself just how your Training can benefit from Coach's guidance! Many cyclists would do much better by reducing their on-bike training during the Off Season and rejuvenate, balance, and empower their bodies through High Performance Yoga® in preparation for the long In Season. photo -