Five Ten rider Greg Minnaar (Santa Cruz Syndicates) continues to lead the UCI World Cup Downhill Series with a 2nd place finish in Champery, Switzerland.
Five Ten's own Nancy Prichard Bouchard recently embarked on a 4-day quest to climb Mt. Ranier with 7 other women. Check out this article from The News Tribune on our media/sponsorship director’s adventure on Mt. Rainier and check out photos from the adventure here.
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I've been climbing for 8 years now and I have never been able to go more than a month without climbing. I never believed my friends when they told me that they had took time off and had come back feeling stronger and fresher than before. I always thought that if I were to do that, I would lose all my strength, endurance, technique and I would just totally suck when I started again. So this year, when I was forced to take 4 months off due to a dislocated finger, I thought it was going to be...
OHHH the heat is here in full effect, and there is not much you can do but run to the shade and search for the wind! With little storm fronts blowing in every other weekend, it has been feasible to get some great climbing in due to the cold fronts. First mission was to Joe's Valley.
Well, I'm just hours away from my trip out west. Jenny's asleep on the couch and I'm, well procrastinating. We just tracked down our camera battery charger and I now feel we have most (likely not all) of the necessities. When embarking on a trip such as we it is safe to leave when you feel as though you have most of the essential goods (climbing shoes, lucky underwear, a far too small cooler and of course your camera battery charger).