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Broom Wagon Notes 8/17/2018: Masek Podiums Twice in at Senior Olympics

The weekend of July 21st and 2nd was good to  hardworking Nathan Masek as he hit the podium twice in the 2018 New Mexico Senior Olympic.  This year’s NMSO is a qualifying event for the 2019 national event, which will … Continue reading

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Broom Wagon Notes: July 6, 2018

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: The High Desert Bicycles Racing Team is one of the 2018 sponsors of the Oak Flats Mountain Bike Race scheduled for Sunday July 29. Six volunteers are needed to host the feed-zone table at the event.  Volunteers will … Continue reading

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Ruiz Podiums at Bill Mclain Memorial Sandia Crest Road Race

The Bill Mclain Memorial Sandia Crest Race was held Sunday June 10. High Desert Bicycles was represented by Andrew Black and Alex Ramos in the 45+ Masters category and Daniel Ruiz in Cat 5 – all braving the wind, heat, and … Continue reading

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Geoff Steffens 2nd At Ironman Santa Rosa, CA. Qualifies for Ironman Worlds

High Desert Bicycles Geoff Steffens could not have asked more a more successful spring.  After placing 3rd at the Ironman 70.3 in Galveston, TX in April Geoff put together a strong finish at the Ironman Santa Rosa, CA, finishing 2nd … Continue reading

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What the Heck? HDB Rider Hits Top Step on Podium at Gila

High Desert Bicycles rider John Heck had to fend off attacks in the final road race of the Gila but his efforts resulted in a first place GC finish in the men’s 35+ cat 4/5 race at the Tour of … Continue reading

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Good Luck to HDB Tour of the Gila Racers

The 32nd Tour of the Gila starts tomorrow, April 18, when 18 men’s and 10 women’s UCI teams hit the start line for five days of intense racing in Silver City, NM. The UCI race schedule starts with the Mogollon … Continue reading

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Geoff Steffens Places 3rd at Ironman 70.3 in Galveston, TX

Spring is about the only time to race in south Texas.  Although the humidity is high, especially to us desert dwellers, at least the  temperatures are tolerable.  Geoff Steffens took advantage of the good Texas weather by finishing third in … Continue reading

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