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2015 - Mosaic Cycles 6th Annual Spring Open House

NAHBS show bikes will be on display and beer will be on tap. Say hello to friends, and help send us off to our 6th showing at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, happening this year in Louisville, KY.

This is an open event, so bring your friends and your friend's friends.

Saturday at 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Mosaic Cycles
1001 Lee Hill Dr Suite 3B, Boulder, Colorado 80302

2015 - Veloswap

VeloSwap is the world's largest consumer bicycle and sports expo. It is THE place to see, swap, buy, and sell every imaginable bike, part, and accessory.

Check out the funkiest blend of Colorado culture and the green scene at the most unique cycling event ever! VeloSwap, is a fantastic celebration of everything cycling. VeloSwap features new and used bicycles and equipment, cycling and sports clinics, family events, cycling celebrities, product sampling, an expanded EcoVillage, and much, much more.

2015 - Moots Colorado Ranch Rally

What: 50-mile dirt road cyclosportive encompassing historic Routt County ranches
Where: Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Why you should ride: Pedal through the countryside of Routt County shoulder to shoulder with ranchers and livestock. Registration includes lunch at a working ranch, Moots evening social and entry to win a Moots Routt frame. Limited to 150 riders. Event proceeds benefit the Community Agriculture Alliance.

2015 - Bicycle Dreams

On Sunday, March 1, we have reserved the Boedecker Theatre at the Dairy Center (26th and Walnut) for two private showings of Bicycle Dreams. This award winning film by Stephen Auerbach follows the stories of riders of the 2009 Race Across America (RAAM).

Called the "World's Toughest Bicycle Race", riders race from coast to coast 24 hours a day testing their physical and mental toughness to the limits. This film will have you both in awe and in tears as events unfold over the week long race.

2015 - Iron Horse Bicycle Classic

The Iron Horse Bicycle Classic was the brain child of Tom Mayer and his older brother Jim. Jim worked as a brakeman on the D & R G W railroad which had run the steam powered locomotive between Durango and Silverton since the 1880's. Tom was a young bicycle enthusiast who grew up alongside the tracks to Silverton.

Tom challenged Jim to a race to Silverton. As the train came by the house, the steam whistle screamed and Tom climbed on his trusty steel framed 10 speed and pedaled up over the rim of the old volcano and descended into the caldera to the mining town of Silverton.

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