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Three Tips for Better Mountain Bike Photography

Let's face it- good mountain bike photography is really hard.  I'll be the first to admit it.  I've been shooting action sports (mainly skiing) and landscape photography for years, and mountain biking is the hardest to capture well.  Sure, you can get a boring picture...

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Top Rated Summer Rides

Across our four summer destinations- Crested Butte, Durango, Park City, and Telluride- there are literally hundreds of different rides that cover thousands of miles of trails.  We all have our favorites, but we wanted to crowd-source the top trails and tell you about them: so...

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Timing Our Destinations

As you've likely noticed, Chasing Epic serves a variety of destinations across the western US.  From the desert riding of St. George to the high deserts of Sedona and Fruita, all the way up to above-treeline singletrack in Telluride and Crested Butte.  One of the...

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Top Pictures of the Spring

As you can likely tell from the quality of images on the Chasing Epic website, photography is very important to us and plays a role in every one of our trips.  On virtually every trip, our trip leaders (some of whom are professional or serious...

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Three Days of Spring Riding in St. George

We recently spent four days in St. George with an awesome private group out of Atlanta, and it couldn't have been a more fun trip.  We did get rained out on the third day of the trip- which we spent hiking in Zion NP as...

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Earn $1,000 For Your Local IMBA Chapter!

At Chasing Epic, we pride ourselves on supporting the organizations that are making a difference in the mountain biking community; one of the main reasons Chasing Epic was started was to provide a way to be involved in trail advocacy and helping local communities increase...

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2016 Destination Comparison

I've received a handful of emails over the last few weeks asking how one of our locations compares to another, or how I would rate a specific destination when it comes to technical and aerobic (read: climbing and distance) level.  A recent email- thanks Dale-...