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Howard Grotts Cycling-in Colorado Weminuche

Howard Grotts: The Cyclist Who Found His True Passion

Howard Grotts is a remarkable talent in the cycling world – with exceptional speed, skill, and a refreshingly humble attitude. Growing up in Durango, Colorado, he was part of a thriving cycling community that included the highly respected Durango Devo youth development program.

Here, he began to hone his talents, quickly rising to become one of the fastest riders in the world. Despite his early successes, he eventually found himself burning out as a racer and needing to take a step back to rediscover his true passion for cycling: the simple joy of riding for the rest of his life.

In a powerful demonstration of his love for the sport, Howard took a challenging 24 hour 243-mile ride through Colorado’s largest wilderness area – the Weminuche. The ride showcases his impressive physical endurance and deep connection to the natural world as he navigates rugged terrain and takes in some of the most spectacular scenery in the region.

Howard’s journey is an inspiring reminder of the transformative power of cycling.

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