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2014 Update

July 15, 2014

Hey, hey.  It’s been a while, and YES! we are still here working in the trenches!  This summer and fall we will be providing massage therapy at Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon ride…..

Get your knobbies ready for this ‘hell’ ride!   We start in the Coconino National Forest north of Flagstaff, Arizona. Approximate length of the ride is 65 miles, give or take a few, on butt-pounding, Forest Service roads along an historic stage coach route. The ride typically takes riders 5-8 hours to complete. The route begins in beautiful stands of aspen and descends through the pines to flatter, high desert landscape before climbing back into the cool forest. After a gradual 10-mile climb, the ride ends just outside the boundary of the Grand Canyon National Park.

The ride starts early to miss the flash floods and thunder boomers that usually occur after 1 p.m. We can’t control Mother Nature, so be prepared for the worst. We plan to have sag support stops along the way for you to quench your thirst and fill your belly. Plan to carry plenty of water and grub just in case you are too fast or slow for our 4-wheel drivers. Ride with caution too! No medical support will be on this ride. Post-ride, we’ll have solar showers and munchies ready for your arrival.

The Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon ride is proud to support the Flagstaff Marine League Charities. Funds raised through this ride have helped support a crucial mission of the various charities of this group. The Marine League Charities is an Arizona not-for-profit charitable corporation organized for the purpose of supporting charities including those organized to assist children of Northern Arizona and local members of the U. S. Armed Forces.

 

as well as Fire On The Rim!

…. come Ride the Rim in the beautiful Arizona high country.  Test your skills on some of the sweetest technical singletrack in the state, while supporting a great cause at the same time.  Every penny earned by this charity event goes directly into trail building and wildfire protection in the Pine Strawberry fuel break.  Great Ride, Great Cause… what’s not to love?

Come check out our great therapists!

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