Chamois Butt'r Blog

My Experience with COVID-19

September 2, 2020

I should be out riding. That’s what you do on the weekend in the Colorado Front Range. You go for a bike ride or a hike. Instead I am sitting at home watching my wife’s Wahoo Live Tracking as she takes on a 47 mile gravel ride. I wish I was out there with her, Read More

Donate by August 25th to match up to $100,000 for Kids on Bikes in Kansas

July 30, 2020

Chamois Butt’r is a proud sponsor of the inaugural Kansas NICA Youth Cycling League. It’s the Kansas Interscholastic Cycling League’s mission to build strong minds, bodies, character and communities through cycling. More kids on bikes is good for everyone, especially kids! Help us raise money to support the first NICA Kansas chapter by donating during Read More

Everesting Pinewood Canyon for Giddy Up for Good with Logan VonBokel + Lots of Chamois Butt’r

May 23, 2020

Memorial Day weekend Logan VonBokel will use his Sage Titanium Bicycles Skyline to ride up the “Rattlesnake” climb 23-times to “Everest” the segment for a climbing total 29,029 ft. Riders and runners around the world are joining together for Rebecca Rusch’s Giddy Up for Good Challenge to raise money for the Be Good Foundation and World Bicycle Relief (providing bikes Read More

Meg Fisher’s Advice Will Motivate You to Push Farther

Meg Fisher is an athletic performance coach, motivational speaker, and doctor of physical therapy based in Missoula, Montana. Her personal athletic achievements include Paralympic gold, silver, and bronze medals from the Rio 2016 and London 2012 Games, ten-time world champion, and retired member of Team USA. Meg’s road to success has not been easy. At Read More

Giddy Up for Good Prep with Yuri Hauswald

Chamois Butt’r athlete Yuri Hauswald knows a thing or two about long distance rides. The 2015 Dirty Kanza 200 winner gets comfortable riding big days back-to-back and has been preparing for the Giddy Up for Good Challenge in Petaluma, California. Yuri will be climbing 29,680 feet of elevation on Pine Flat in Sonoma County, CA Read More

EVERESTING Tips for Rebecca Rusch’s #GiddyUpforGood from Pro Cyclist Brian McCulloch

May 22, 2020

After banking 20,000 feet in preparation for the Giddy-Up for Good Challenge, Belgian Waffle Ride 2018 winner and Elevate-Webiplex Pro Cycling rider, Brian McCulloch certainly has some tips to share for those attempting the new everesting trend or other epic rides this summer. Here are some of his best tips, tricks, and ride wisdom that Read More

Craziest trend in cycling? EVERESTING with Phil Gaimon + More

We’re a few hours away from Memorial Day Weekend and it’s safe to say that “everesting” is the new trend that’s been taking over our feeds all week and guaranteed to continue into the weekend. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, it’s when cyclists pick any hill and climb it repeatedly until they reach all Read More

The Jersey Chronicles: Looking Back with Charon Smith

Call it “vintage”, call it “throwback,” just don’t call it “old.” These previously unworn winner’s jerseys are in pristine condition and Chamois Butt’r Ambassador and Specialized athlete Charon Smith is taking them out of the closet the first time during COVID-19 to reminisce on his epic road racing career and inspire us to kick up Read More

Advice for Recent Grads: Chamois Butt’r Ambassador Beckie Irvin

May 21, 2020

“Congratulations to all the 2020 graduates! For those pursuing assistantships with outdoor programs, seasonal work, guiding jobs, and/or the dirtbag dream, here is my best “pro-tip.” Take all of your certifications, scan them onto one page, and save it on your computer next to your resumes and trip logs! You’ll want/need them every time you Read More