Colorado demonstrates time and time again how we can rally as a cycling community. This weekend is a perfect example. The Cyclists for Jamestown benefit is going on all day on Saturday, October 19th. Which means you can still get to Velo-swap, throw in a race and make it time for the silent auction, a beer and more. Let's continue to rally and heal, Colorado!
We've all seen the Primal kits and the Primal Bus here in Colorado. Many of us have met the friendly Pat Mayben or Tim Baker from Primal at one bike function or another.
But few of us know the story behind this Colorado company. In 1992 two avid cyclists made the decision to sell t-shirts out of a garage in Denver, Colorado. Almost two decades later, Primal Wear, Inc. has become an international cycling apparel manufacturer and the largest cycling event merchandiser in the country. Welcome to Part 2 of the Cherry Creek Quadfecta Series.
Ever since I knew that interbike existed, I've wanted to go. For several years I've pined while following all things shiny and fun over articles and twitter. Kind of like following last year's cx nat's tweet by tweet from Greg Keller. Just not the same as being there. I wanted to go. I needed to go, which is funny since Vegas is not one of my favorite places on earth. In fact, I sort of hate it. But bikes at Vegas? Completely different story. This was the year I finally got the invite. I think I let Kris Thompson say "Would you like to go to Inter..." over the phone before I screamed, "Yes! YES! YES! I'm GOING!", dropped my phone and started my mom dance on my front porch.
DENVER, CO. (Oct. 10, 2013) – In partnership with Mile High United Way, the USA Pro Challenge professional cycling race is introducing a custom designed t-shirt that will help raise funds for the Colorado flood relief efforts. After devastating floods tore through the state last month repair efforts have kicked into high gear. Several areas that partnered with the world-class cycling competition during the 2012 and 2013 races, including both Larimer and Boulder Counties, had significant damage to roads.