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Photo Essay: St. George with the Singletrack Sampler

Back in late November, Chasing Epic hosted the Singletrack Sampler and a group of his most loyal and dedicated fans for four days of riding in St. George (and Hurricane).   These trips tend to bring a different kind of energy, and this one was no...

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Photo Essay: A Chasing Epic Fall in Pictures

It's been a busy fall here at Chasing Epic, starting in early September and continuing to roll through early November!  Because of this, you may have noticed there haven't been many photo essay blog posts - we apologize.  To make up for that, we thought...

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Photo Essay: Slickrock and Singletrack in St. George, UT

Late last month we spent several days in the St. George / Hurricane area of Utah, working on a little project for our friends over at Canyon Bicycles.  Details on that project will be released in late May, but we wanted to share a handful...

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2017 Photos of the Year

With every Chasing Epic trip, we integrate mountain bike photography- group shots at lookouts, action shots, vast landscapes.  It's something we love, and it adds an extra element of adventure and excitement to the Chasing Epic experience.  Not only does it let us capture the...

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2018 Trip Schedule Released- Here’s the Breakdown!

Chasing Epic has just announced the 2018 trip schedule, and it promises to be an amazing set of adventures!  Beginning in the high desert of St. George in April, riding through the Rocky Mountain high country in the summer, and wrapping up in Moab, we've...

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Video Essay: Chasing Epic in St. George

We recently hosted Brian Kennedy (of BKXC YouTube fame) and his fans on a 4-day trip in St. George, to explore all the area had to offer and to show those guys a rippin' good time.  We wouldn't expect anything else from Brian than to...

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Guest Blog: Getting the Most Out of Your Trip, Part II

Did you miss the first part of our guest blog article, "Getting the Most Out of Your Trip"?  No problem, check it out HERE.   Packing   I am a "bit" intense when it comes to packing. My wife laughs at me when I am packed one to two...

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Guest Blog: Getting the Most Out of Your Trip, Part I

Some of you may recognize some of this information from my Facebook review last month. A few of my friends have also asked questions about my trip planning and I thought that maybe others would benefit from the answers as well. I had the opportunity to take...