Calls Home: Leadville CO.
First Car: Toyota Pickup
Favorite Book: Dharma Bums- Karouac
If I’m not riding I’m: Skiing mostly
If I’m not on tour I’m: Teaching wilderness medicine
Favorite vacation spot: Home these days (#guidelife) and the Alaska range.
Winter Sport: Ski touring, Ice climbing, Hockey, Desert biking
Plans for the future: Empower people to safely and sustainable access the wild places where we are challenged and grow.
Off-Season Gig: Backcountry Ski guide, Avalanche educator, Wilderness Medicine Instructor.
Rides: Divinci Troy
Tires: 2.8 DHFs
Name of your bike: Money pit
First bike: Niner Sir 9.
Why you bike: Bikes are the best tool to travel in the mountains when the skis don’t slide.
Worst crash: It’s a laundry list on skis, so I bike slow and have been pretty lucky.
What you drive: AWD Toyota Sienna camper van
Miles logged in a season: I don’t keep track. About 2500 last time I did.
What material possession do you value most: My bike! Its taken me to some of the most special places I’ve ever been!
Won’t go on tour without: A puffy for style, coffee for warmth.
Freeride or Cross Country? Free-country??
Road Ride? will road bike for epic views.
Puke or Surrender? Surrender. Serotonin > Masochism.
I used to be a: Big Mountain Skier and Raft Guide.
I love…showing people wild and special places!
I hate…when people mistreat wild and special places.
I want…to always live and grow through the challenge of adventure.
I need…a new bike…
Favorite Tour: Idaho Singletrack (hot springs every day!)
Favorite Trail: Fooses creek, Monarch Crest Trail.
Favorite type of trail: Techy, beautiful, remote.
Most likely to find this in my guide pack: a rain shell, extra socks, and way too much candy.
The Other Employees Will Say I’m: just here for the bomb appetizers.
Favorite Grub Box Item: fruit snacks!
Always carry: an extra tube, and plenty of snacks.
Best Escape Memory: Watching shooting stars soar across the Grand Canyon Horizon.
Advice for Guests New to Escape: Be sure to ask your guide about the two penguins that once paddled a canoe across the Mohave desert.
Words of Wisdom: It’s just as hard as it’s worth.
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