Join the Mountain Sports Mountain Biking Team


Are you interested in joining the Fall 2018 Mountain Biking Team?
Complete the membership form on this page and we will get back with you!


Email Eddy Cohn – [email protected]


2019 Schedule

Practice Schedule:

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur – 3:45 PM – 6:30 PM

The Western Mountain Sports Mountain Biking Team competes primarily in gravity and endurance mountain biking, but road racing is also in the mix.

2019 RMCCC MTB Schedule

Aug 24-25, 2019

Colorado School of Mines (Granby)

Sep 7-8, 2019

Colorado Mesa University (Powderhorn)

Sep 21-22, 2019

Western Colorado University (Crested Butte)

Sep 28-29, 2019

Colorado University (Snowmass)

Oct 5-6, 2019

Adams State (Angle Fire)

Oct 11-13, 2019

National Championships (Big Bear Lake, CA)

Meet the Coaches

Eddy Cohn
Head Mountain Bike Coach


Coach Eddy Cohn

Hometown- Boston, MA / 15 years experience

During the off season, I’m usually:

What is an “off season”? I’m not familiar with the concept…

Fun fact about you:

I bleed green #CelticsBasketball #CelticPride #Ballislife #BeatLA

Justin Barr
Head XC Coach


Coach Just Barr - Asst Coach

Hometown- Evergreen, CO / 7 years experience

During the off season, I’m usually:

Staying busy, biking in the summer, skiing in the winter! In the gym during the shoulder seasons, little bit of golf.

Fun fact about you:

I’m a huge music nerd.


Mountain Biking News:

Nationals Squad

Mountain Bike Team wins Nationals!

All photos and words by Jared Farley Photos 2 – Zac Richardson Photos 4 - ...
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Western’s Debut Performance at Collegiate Road Nationals

Mountain Sports Road Team traveled to Grand Junction, Colorado for the USA Cycling Road Nationals ...
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Mountain Bike Team Concludes Season at Collegiate Nationals

Western Colorado University's mountain biking season culminated in Snowshoe, West Virginia for 2016 Collegiate Mountain ...
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The Mountain Biking team competes in the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference (RMCCC). While Western competes in Division 2, riders get to test themselves head to head each weekend against the best Division 1 schools in the nation, including Ft. Lewis College and the University of Colorado.

Collegiate racing divides competitors into categories A, B or C based on experience so seasoned veterans and new racers alike get to race against the appropriate level of competition and progress at their own pace. Some student athletes are national or world caliber and have ambitions of racing at the highest level – UCI World Cup/World Championships, the Olympic Games, etc. – while others are just in it for the fun, the challenge, and the camaraderie of training and racing with a collegiate mountain biking team.


Are you an extreme athlete? Do you like being a part of a team?