Cruising Through Colorado
The women's snow team headed out to Breckenridge, CO for the Dew Tour and the World Cup at Copper to solidify their spots for Russia. Jamie finished first at the Dew Tour stomping her second run in the last 5 minutes of the contest. The girls moved on to the World Cup at Copper the following week where it was a constant battle with the weather. But more fun than you can imagine.
Breckenridge is a great place to adventure, if you are planning a trip to Summit County of your own make sure to check out our tips...
Coffee: Cuppa Joe
Lunch: New Moon Cafe (Keystone), Empire Burger, Park & Main,
Dinner: Twist, Relish
SEE: Still have energy after riding? Woodward is a short drive from Breck, the trampolines, foam pits and mini ramps will tire you out. For some downtime shop at the outlets in Silverthorne.
RIDE: Check out Breckenridge's season pass selection with options to add on local mountains: Keystone, A-Basin and Vail. Also venture to Copper for a change of scenery and a break from the wind!
PACK: Warm clothes and a neck gator. Breckenridge is known as "Breckenfridge" and "Breckenwind" for a reason. Protect your skin, hand and toe warmers may come in handy.
Best spot in town for your early morning bagel and coffee fix
View from the top of the Dew Tour slopestyle course
Jamie about to drop in for the win.
Slopestyle podium 1st: Jamie Anderson, 2nd Enni Rukajarvi, 3rd: Silje Norendal
Trying to scope a good view of the Rail Jam in town.
A celebration of Jamie's win at Twist with friends and sponsors.
Perfect day for a pipe contest, taking a break to watch the girls throw down.
Jenna enjoying the day off of contests to ride Keystone
Canadian riders Jenna Blasman and Nat Allport
Quick stop for lunch in Keystone village
Chess game? Why not?
Arguably the best coffee in town…
Alex at the World Cup in Copper about to drop into pipe qualifiers.
Finally got this girl out of the park for some fluffy pow turns after the contest.
Another day off, relaxing breakfast followed by some park laps.