crusher in the tushar

  • Crusher in the Tushar road + dirt

    Straddling Beaver and Piute Counties and nestled in the expansive Fishlake National Forest, The Tushars possess stunning vistas, palpable solitude and nearly unlimited opportunities for unconfined recreation. **The 2021 Crusher in the Tushar Lottery is now open! Click here for more. **.

  • Site Map

    Crusher in the Media Course Conditions “Everything I know about the Crusher” by

  • Register/Transfer

    Transfers will open on April 1st at 10 AM MST; You can only transfer an entry for the

  • Course Map and Description

    O n the morning of July 10th, 2021, riders from around the world will descended on the

  • Registration & Categories

    Covid-19 and the 2021 CRUSHER More questions? Give a shout to Treva with

  • What’s in it for you

    Crusher soundtrack provided by the one and only, DJ Reverend Bad Brad Wheeler of

  • Rider Handbook

    Just ask a Crusher veteran about our weather. in 2017 riders experienced a 60*

  • Which Bike

    B y far the biggest question I’ve been asked regarding the Crusher is “What bike do you

  • Volunteer

    It’s true! Our volunteers are quite simply, amazing. Whether it’s the fine folks from

  • Crusher in the Tushar Home Facebook

    Crusher in the Tushar. We’re making moves, Crushers. Deferral registration launches 🚀 tomorrow. If you were signed up to race the Crusher in 2020, you’ll receive an email from us (check your junk mail, it happens) with instructions on how to claim your spot on the line on July 10, 2021. #countdown2crush.

  • Crusher in the Tushar Wikipedia

    The Crusher in the Tushar is a 69-mile bicycle race, starting in the historic town of Beaver, Utah, and finishing at the Eagle Mountain Ski Resort, featuring equal parts of paved & unpaved sections, and over 10,500 feet of climbing. It was created by professional cyclist Burke Swindlehurst who trained in the Tushar Mountains in high school.

  • Crusher In The Tushar Cycling The Tushars Visit Utah

    Just like the Crusher in the Tushar annual race, held every July since 2011, you are on your own in terms of mechanical support. If you think you might need it, make sure you bring it. We’re talking about extra tubes, pocket tools, pump or CO2 cartridges. It’s also not a bad idea to consider the climate.

  • Crusher in the Tushar

    Event description: The 9th annual Crusher in the Tushar is a 69.9 mile, point to point, mixed-surface smorgasboard consisting of tarmac, gravel and dirt roads. Featuring 10,000+ feet of "lift" including a traverse of one of Utah's highest and most scenic roads while reaching elevations nearing 11,000 feet!

  • Crusher in the Tushar The Unpaved Hub

    The following is a brief description from the Crusher in the Tushar Event promoter: This uniquely formatted race begins in historic downtown Beaver, Utah the birthplace of famed outlaw “Butch Cassidy” and finishes at Utah’s newest ski and Summer resort, Eagle Point. Featuring a 40/60 split between tarmac and dirt & gravel sectors, the 70 mile course accumulates over 10,000 feet of elevation gain

  • A Guide to the Crusher in the Tushars Grizzly Adam

    4/30/2012· The Crusher, like the Tushar mountains themselves, is unique, inspiring and superlative. The oddball nature of the race creates an atmosphere of intrigue, challenge, and, when the day is done, triumphant accomplishment. You’ll never ride another race like the Crusher—there isn’t one.

  • Gravel Race Recap: 2019 Crusher in the Tushar — Gravelstoke

    7/15/2019· On July 13, 2019 more than 600 riders descended on Utah’s Tushar Mountains for the ninth annual Crusher in the Tushar. After one of the fastest races to date it was professionals Alex Grant (Gear Rush) and Evelyn Dong (Pivot-Stan’s No Tubes) who crossed the finish line first ahead of their respective Pro/Open fields that were particularly stacked this year with notable road cycling talent.

  • Crusher in the Tushar Wikipedia

    The Crusher in the Tushar is a 69-mile bicycle race, starting in the historic town of Beaver, Utah, and finishing at the Eagle Mountain Ski Resort, featuring equal parts of paved & unpaved sections, and over 10,500 feet of climbing. It was created by professional cyclist Burke Swindlehurst who trained in the Tushar Mountains in high school.

  • Crusher In The Tushar Cycling The Tushars Visit Utah

    Just like the Crusher in the Tushar annual race, held every July since 2011, you are on your own in terms of mechanical support. If you think you might need it, make sure you bring it. We’re talking about extra tubes, pocket tools, pump or CO2 cartridges. It’s also not a bad idea to consider the climate.

  • Gallery: 2019 Crusher in the Tushar VeloNews

    7/16/2019· The Crusher in the Tushar again sent 600 or so gravel racers on a punishing tour of Utah’s Tushar mountain range this past Saturday. The 70-mile course, which begins in downtown Beaver, Utah

  • Crusher in the Tushar Vimeo

    Crusher in the Tushar. The Crusher in the Tushar is a uniquely-formatted race which begins in historic downtown Beaver, the birthplace of famed outlaw “Butch Cassidy” and.

  • Gravel Race Recap: 2019 Crusher in the Tushar —

    7/15/2019· On July 13, 2019 more than 600 riders descended on Utah’s Tushar Mountains for the ninth annual Crusher in the Tushar. After one of the fastest races to date it was professionals Alex Grant (Gear Rush) and Evelyn Dong (Pivot-Stan’s No Tubes) who crossed the finish line first ahead of their respective Pro/Open fields that were particularly stacked this year with notable road cycling talent.

  • A Guide to the Crusher in the Tushars Grizzly Adam

    4/30/2012· The Crusher, like the Tushar mountains themselves, is unique, inspiring and superlative. The oddball nature of the race creates an atmosphere of intrigue, challenge, and, when the day is done, triumphant accomplishment. You’ll never ride another race like the Crusher—there isn’t one.

  • Crusher in the Tushar Bike Tour Finder

    Crusher in the Tushar. Website: tusharcrusher. This uniquely formatted race begins in historic downtown Beaver, Utah the birthplace of famed outlaw Butch Cassidy and finishes at Utah’s newest ski and Summer resort, Eagle Point. Featuring a near-perfect 50/50 split between tarmac and dirt & gravel sectors, it affords riders the opportunity

  • CRUSHER IN THE TUSHAR TRAINING YouTube

    6/24/2018· Boulder Cycling Camp: bouldercyclingcampStrava: https://strava/activities/1655353530Crusher in the Tushar: tusharcrusher/ -----...

  • 2017 Crusher in the Tushar Beaver, Utah, USA The

    7/17/2017· July 8, 2017 marked the 7th running of Crusher in the Tushar, a gravel race held in the Tushar mountains near Beaver, Utah. Making this event unique is the high altitude and prevalence of extended

  • Book excerpt: A guide to Crusher in the Tushar

    12/7/2017· From the book "Gravel Cycling," a guide to Crusher in the Tushar, a 70-mile gravel race in Beaver, Utah with 10,000ft of climbing. Crusher in the Tushar sends racers on a rough, difficult route