From the Daily Camera Haid, who rides for the Trek Colorado Race Team, created eriesingletrack.com to get the word out about the town's potential to serve as a mecca for cyclists in eastern Boulder County. With an already established network of paved pedestrian and bike trails throughout town -- and the nearly completed Coal Creek Trail connection opening up a 27-mile route to Superior -- Haid said a singletrack trail could be the perfect amenity for Erie's active residents.
The kickoff presentation Wednesday that outlined the route for the Pedal the Plains was so energizing and exciting that I almost went out and bought a road bike when it was over. I’m sort of kidding. Not about the exciting and energizing part. Just the part about me buying a road bike (unless you know of a really great deal). But truly from the governor to Chandler Smith the director of Pedal the Pains it was obvious that a lot of thought and heart goes into planning this very cool and family friendly event.
Mark Udall welcomed news today that the White River National Forest issued new local guidelines that will help important events like the Copper Triangle Bicycle Tour continue. Colorado is a draw for cyclists, and there are a growing number of large cycling events that occur in the national forests across the state. Unfortunately, one-size-fits-all national regulations could have created burdensome fees for some of these events, like the Copper Triangle, that cross many different jurisdictions along a 78-mile course.
The BikeSpike is a tracking solution that protects your bike and broadcasts your ride. It was designed and developed in Chicago Illinois by engineering collective Three Man Rocket and digital innovation house ColorJar and the project launched on Kickstarter this past week.
Oh my god. I wanna be who my bike mechanic thinks I am. I wanna be that young chick who is rad and who is fearless and who bombs down and off anything that is put in front of her. But and this is has taken me a long time to admit, I’m not
"The five-year-old Rocky Mountain Bike Festival has a new home: the G'Knight Ride in Longmont. And Bicycle Longmont, organizers of the G'Knight Ride, are hoping it becomes the festival's permanent home." - Daily Camera