The nation’s most challenging cycling race will call eight Colorado cities home in 2013 when it starts in Aspen on August 19 and ends in Denver on August 25, 2013.
After drawing more then 1 million fans in each of the first two years and generating nearly $200 million in cumulative economic impact for the State of Colorado, the Pro Challenge will make its debut in Fort Collins and Loveland in 2013 while bringing many of the worlds best riders back to cities like Steamboat Springs, Vail and Denver.
The Naked Women's Racing Team brought thousands of books to school as part of the Ride for Reading program.The Naked Women's Racing Team brought thousands of books to school as part of the Ride for Reading program. Boulder-based Naked Women’s Racing p/b TriBella took top honors in the women’s category after scoring big points for recruitment efforts, the coaching available to its members, and its success in creating a positive image of women in cycling. Twenty-five riders strong in its second year, the group also makes its mark on the community with significant contributions to National Ride for Reading Week, Heels on Wheels, and the Women’s Summit for Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado.
After running a pilot program to open The Pikes Peak Highway to cyclists for the month of September 2012 Colorado Springs Parks and Recreation Department has decided to open the highway to cyclist starting January 2013!
Listen to George Thomas talk with Todd Carver of Retul and Dirk Friel of Training Peaks. Todd is one of the top bicycle fit experts in the business. Dirk is the Founder and Chief Evangelist of Training Peaks. Topic for discussion - how bike fit improves performance.