Emerging Mountain Bike Action Scene in Central America
San Juan Howler Transcends Challenges of Mind-Body-Spirit
San Juan Howler Mountain Bike Race (http://www.sanjuanhowler.com) third annual race on December 11, 2010, San Juan del Sur on Nicaragua’s south west Pacific coastline.
The last stop of the National Championship series for 2010. Categories running are: Elite, Open, Master A, Master B and CT.
What’s it like to race Howler? “The climbs gut me every time. However, being a very solid technical rider and an extremely competent downhill rider, I have a blast on the more technical parts of the trail and the screaming downhills,” replies Howler’s successful world-class mountain bike course designer, Anthony Ippolito; who has competed in the World Solo 24-Hour Championships and U.S. Solo 24-Hour National Championships several times for each ultra event.
Feb 2010 Howler Nicaragua - Some words from the riders (http://vimeo.com/10741580) - David Kalani Larkins on Vimeo.
Howler is Unique to Central America
“Howler has grinding uphills, fast bomber downhills, technical rocky sections, nice flowing sections and some undulating sections with nice rock drop-offs. All this—in a gorgeous tropical forest with howler monkeys cheering you on. How cool is that?!” muses Bob “Bomber” Bombardier, co-designer of the Howler course.
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