Just like any other team, the all-diabetic cycling team thinks about race tactics, strategy and which cyclist is going to make the next race attack. However, one thing different the team must keep an eye on is their blood sugar levels and insulin.
RecoFit Compression Gear is donating a portion of the sales of its Armcoolers sleeves to help with the rebuilding of the Boulder Valley Velodrome that was heavily damaged by a storm August 3. RecoFit will donate $3 from every online sale of a pair of its Armcoolers through the company’s website (www.recofit.co) to the velodrome rebuilding fund. The Armcoolers retail for $34.95 and offer 50+ UPF sun protection, cool the skin with Icefil technology, and block IR and UV rays – excellent for Colorado’s high-altitude sunshine.
THIRD ANNUAL B STRONG RIDE READY TO ROLL AUGUST 10th
Proceeds Benefit Boulder Community Hospital Center for Integrative Care and George Karl Foundation
Boulder, CO - August 1, 2013 - The third annual Celestial Seasonings B Strong Ride presented by Subaru is expected to take more than 800 cyclists on three routes through Boulder County on Saturday, August 10th. The event is a fundraiser for Boulder and Denver area cancer care, including Boulder Community Hospital Center for Integrative Care and the George Karl Foundation.
My name is Auston Wilson, I am a mountain biker and filmmaker who is passionate about the world of cycling. Im looking for someone who is as passionate about cycling as I am to be apart of my film. This film is intended for local and international adventure film festivals, Telluride, Banff, ext.
Summer is a busying time in cycling and we get so much requests for posting that many just fall on the floor and never make it. Today I'm going to post up some of the random items that normally would have fallen off.
2,000 CYCLISTS COMPLETE 155-MILE BICYCLE TOUR TO BENEFIT CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL COLORADO
AURORA – July 25, 2013 – The riders of the 24th annual Courage Classic bicycle tour finished their three-day, 155-mile journey through Summit County on Monday. The 2,000 cyclists were supported by more than 400 volunteers and staff as the navigated a brand new route which started and ended in Copper Mountain. This year’s event included an 80-mile stretch for the cycling enthusiasts as well as a family-friendly 33-mile trek.