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I know its a few years off but this is really exciting.
There is a possibility that the UCI's Cyclo-cross World Championships could be held in the United States in 2013, making it the first venue outside of Europe to host the event. USGP director Joan Hanscom confirmed to Cyclingnews that she and partner Bruce Fina have submitted the bid to hold the event in Louisville, Kentucky in 2013.
According to one letter to the editor in the daily camera that the (unknown if Boulder or CU) Police used Winter Bike to Work Day as an opportunity to capture reckless and lawless cyclist. Was that a good choice to use this day to target illegal cyclist?
I'm a 32-year-old graduate student in civil engineering at the University of Colorado. On Jan., 20, national Winter Bike to Work Day, I was ticked for failing to yield at a stop sign. I was in a bike lane wearing my helmet and nearly came to a stop at the stop sign. For the record I was riding a 1968 Schwinn racer not much faster than most people walk. Every cyclist riding in this area was hit with the same $100 ticket, for failing to yield at the same stop sign, obviously it was mostly students.
Did you get shut out by the Triple Bypass? No need to worry. There are lots of other rides around that time and even more being added to our calendar. Here are a few of the rides about the same time as the Triple Bypass.