Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications Major In a small Washington state town called Goldendale, right near the Columbia River Gorge, sits a road called Maryhill Loops. Maryhill is 2.2 miles of perfectly smooth pavement and features over 15 beautifully banked turns. It is an easy track to ride down, but hard to race because everyone is […]

Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications Major A few weeks ago, I found myself in North Carolina for N.C.D.H.’s Mt. Jefferson Downhill. I’ve been to the Mt. Jefferson race before, last year in fact. Last year was a bit different because we practiced on a dry course and then raced in the pouring rain. […]

Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications Major I recently took a trip to California to visit my sponsors, Ronin Trucks and Rider Approved Designs (R.A.D). I mainly stayed in the area of Glendora, home of Ronin and home to the “infamous” road, Glendora Mountain Road, or GMR. GMR is located in Angeles National Forest and twists and turns for about […]

Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communications Major One of my favorite places to skate is North Carolina. On one of my recent trips, I met up with the guys from Tribe Supply Co. Tribe Supply Co. is a clothing company out of Michigan, which supplies some nifty styles to industries such as skiing, snowboarding, and of […]

Written by Emily Pross, Marketing and Communication Major For those who don’t know, my nickname in Downhill is: The “PROSSecutor,”- hence the name, “Tales of a Traveling PROSSecutor.” I’m hoping to share more tales this year as I travel and race again. A couple of weeks ago, I got back from a trip to Australia and […]