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July 8, 2013

100 degree temperatures do not draw crowds away from the Widowmaker Event in Croydon.  However, the sanity of some riders who attempt this climb is often in question as they make their death-defying climbs, especially in this kind of heat on a rose colored hill.

100 degree temperatures do not draw crowds away from the Widowmaker Event in Croydon.  However, the sanity of some riders who attempt this climb is often in question as they make their death-defying climbs, especially in this kind of heat on a rose colored hill.

July 8, 2013

100 degree temperatures do not draw crowds away from the Widowmaker Event in Croydon.  However, the sanity of some riders who attempt this climb is often in question as they make their death-defying climbs, especially in this kind of heat on a rose colored hill.

100 degree temperatures do not draw crowds away from the Widowmaker Event in Croydon.  However, the sanity of some riders who attempt this climb is often in question as they make their death-defying climbs, especially in this kind of heat on a rose colored hill.

July 18, 2012

Todd Stuart was the only Morgan County resident this year in the pro hillclimb.  Stuart loved motorcycles from a very young age.  He started racing motocross at age 14 and raced off and on for 20 years.  In 2003, Stuart entered the Widowmaker for the first time.  His first race was in the 250 stock class that year and he really enjoyed it, but made the decision to build his first hillclimber motorcycle, a Honda CR50, so he could join the pro-class.  In 2005, Stuart joined the Western States Pro-Hillclimb Association and started to travel outside of Utah to climb.  

Todd Stuart was the only Morgan County resident this year in the pro hillclimb.  Stuart loved motorcycles from a very young age.  He started racing motocross at age 14 and raced off and on for 20 years.  In 2003, Stuart entered the Widowmaker for the first time.  His first race was in the 250 stock class that year and he really enjoyed it, but made the decision to build his