Thanks to Adam McRoberts at Big Things Crewing for having me on while I slowly got more and more caffeinated while we talk about living a life of endurance in personal, professional, and mountain pursuits. Catch the podcast on Spotify And Youtube Let’s talk again soon, Adam!

Listen to Part One Listen to Part Two Justin Simoni is synonymous with “pure adventure.” This guy’s self-powered running, cycling, and climbing trips are mind-bending in difficulty and require unbelievable mental endurance. He’s well known for riding a bike to and climbing all of Colorado’s 14ers in one fell swoop back in 2014. However, a Continue reading…

From the Summit Daily (read the full article, here) Out on the remote, amazingly wild ridgelines of this state’s most dangerous backcountry locations Justin Simoni would ask himself the most recurring question of his unprecedented trip: “I wonder why no one does this?” “I always had these, ‘I wonder why no one does this?’ questions,” Continue reading…

Miracles of Miracles, I managed to complete my Big Project for the year: The Tour of the Highest Hundred! There’s many projects that I’ll be branching off from this summer’s trip, but below are some articles/interviews covering the Tour – I’ll update if/when others are published: Climbing Magazine Justin Simoni Summits Colorado’s 100 Highest Peaks Continue reading…

Part 1 of an 8,000 word essay by Bryan Schatz (with illustrations by Matthew Burton) on my riding/art/tom-foolery leading up to and through the Tour Divide can be found in the latest issue of Switchback Magazine #10: Pitch black and frozen in the snow- choked Rockies north of the border, and all Justin Simoni could Continue reading…

I’ve lived in Colorado for almost 14 years straight; and Denver for most of those years. I could move anywhere, but for over a decade, I’ve been here. What keeps me around? Happy to be able to help Randal Bellows III with this photo shoot, doing something I simply love to do: riding around on Continue reading…

If you’re in Denver, find yourself a Westword and check out the cover story! It’s also online for your reading pleasure.  We’re packing up the short bus as we speak for the West Coast! Denver! I’ll see you in a few weeks. West Coast, I’ll see you tomorrow!  The list of people I have to Continue reading…