Cold weather riding.
In Colorado this can happen quite suddenly. This article breaks down cold weather riding into 3 categories: 1. You are fully prepared for the weather. 2. You are not quite prepared for a weather change. 3. You are FULLY unprepared. Almost ridiculously so.
Read more about a recent "Category 2" ride I had. For the comments? We'd love to hear about your worst "Category 3" ride and/or the one piece of gear you cannot live without.
Denver was honored for its efforts with a silver award from the League of American Bicyclists, which is a 133-year-old Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit. Each year, through a voluntary application process, the group ranks states, cities and businesses on how conducive they are to cyclists.
Posted a few weeks ago on 303triathlon.com during Kona week but timeless really.
The streets of Kona this week can be quite intimidating, from a body image perspective. Triathlete Magazine conducted a photo shoot at Dig Me Beach, resulting in an album of beautiful athletic specimens.
Gravel rides have been around forever. Yes, it's true. For many years, this was simply out of necessity and it was called "transportation" or just "a ride". Now it seems that you almost have go looking for them. Where are they in Colorado? And then if you happen to find one, what feather from your quill of bikes do you use? We have the latest race from a brand-new series here in Colorado.
Elite athletes are often described as heroic for accomplishing great feats, winning big races or overcoming major obstacles. I’ve discovered that some athletes in Boulder are real heroes by the true definition of the word – heroic because of the depth of their character and generosity, not for their physical efforts.