Up All Night in the Old Pueblo

Chase Edwards (center) accepting her prize for taking 1st in Solo Women's at the 2017 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo. Photo courtesy of Artec Durham. 

Chase Edwards (center) accepting her prize for taking 1st in Solo Women's at the 2017 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo. Photo courtesy of Artec Durham. 

Once again, 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo was a cold, soggy mess of greasy mud and crazy mountain bikers with a penchant for pain. 24-hour town came and went this year, but not without some intense laps put out by some of our racers and a few epic wipe outs. Of course, Chase Edwards threw down the power watts and took the top podium spot in the Solo Women's category. With a total of 15 laps in 24 hours and 15 minutes, she covered a distance of around 240 miles! Artec Durham took 9th in the Solo Men's category, finishing a total of 15 laps in just over 25 hours.

Super proud of both of you. We love watching your successes and can't wait to fix your broken, muddy bikes (thanks, Artec, for washing the mud off first!).