Patagonia really delivered on this one! If you haven’t ridden in Fruita, get inspired, and if you’ve never eaten Hot Tomato, make sure you do the next time you’re riding there!
Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller own Hot Tomato in Fruita, Colorado, a veritable MTB playground. Patagonia did a great video feature on these two rippers and if you haven’t had Hot Tomato, make sure you order a pie next time you’re in Fruita!
We’ll post the full-length of this video on July 9th. Until then, enjoy this trailer!
Fruita, it’s the mountain bike mecca you’ve most certainly heard about before and it was the meet-up location for our group after our road trip to Green River. We had people coming in from Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Bozeman, Northern California, and Southern California so Fruita seemed like a good starting point.
Then some bad news hit. While I was in Green River, I met some people who had fled their home base of Moab due to the Easter Jeep Safari. Oh yeah, it was Easter Sunday! Each year, supposedly 100,000 Jeeps register for the event, overrunning the small town and its trails. With this news, I immediately realized camping at Kane Creek was most likely not going to be able to happen, especially over the weekend. All this was in the back of my mind as I drove from Green River to Fruita on that Sunday morning.
… there’s a lot more Utah and even Colorado coverage coming at ya next week!
This is the fourth layout of the Radavist 2018 Calendar, entitled “Party Train” shot with a Canon 6D and a 24-70mm lens in Fruita, Colorado.
“Fruita’s trails are epic in a colossal manner. The city has trails for fans of big country riding, without having to venture far into the unknown. The 18 Road trails include everything from scenic ridgelines, to flowy singletrack, and jump lines. If your travels ever take you to this magical zone, don’t sleep on the riding there!”
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