New film features Jackson mountain biker taking on the Leadville 100

LEADVILLE, Colo. — Starting at 10,000 feet and taking riders through 100 epic miles and 12,000 feet of elevation change, the Leadville 100 MTB is seen as the most challenging and prestigious mountain bike race in the country.

Months of miles in the saddle, weeks of discipline to reach peak physical condition, ongoing tests of mental toughness — it takes a special kind of rider to even make it to the starting line.

If you can endure the training regime, the actual race is your victory lap.

Now is your chance to watch Victory Lap, Stio’s new film featuring ambassadors Nicole Jorgensen and Jackson-local Charlie Hagen as they take on the Leadville 100 and converge with 1,600 other racers at the country’s most legendary bike race.

Read Jackson local Charlie Hagan’s full account of the Leadville 100 MTB

Read Nicole Jorgensen’s full account of the Leadville 100 MTB


Photo: Stio

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