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Amazing photos of RMNP Trail Ridge Road

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Great photo set of the crews clearing away the snow for their typical Memorial weekend opening. Last year the road cyclist were strongly discouraged from riding Trail Ridge Road but I wonder if their work was completed before closure. Last I saw of it in July looked like they had a lot of work left.

All photos from Rocky Mountain National Park Public Gallery

Don't miss out, May is National Bike Month

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May is National Bike Month with LAB

May is almost over and are you using your bike in place of your car more often? May is a hard month in Colorado for the commoner to consider putting their car keys away in choice of a bike but many across the national are doing just that. The DenverPost try to help those wanting to leave their cars at home and the 303 Commuter Team provides tools to see much of a difference you can make and sense of group to motivate them to commute. Check out our Commuter Team page for tips on getting you rolling by bike more often, and for all of our commuting related articles then look at our bike commuter feed

Group stats the 303Cycling commuter has accomplished since Jan 6 2011

Funding lagging for Boulder Valley Velodrome

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From the Colorado Hometown Weekly.

Funding lagging for Velodrome

Property owners seeking $5,000 contributions from 100 people before beginning work

By Doug Pike
Colorado Hometown Weekly

During his 35 years in Boulder County, Doug Emerson claims to have seen at least eight legitimate efforts to produce an outdoor velodrome form, only to disband. And he’s convinced his Boulder Valley Velodrome project — slated for construction along County Line Road in Erie, just south of St. Luke’s Orthodox Church — won’t make it nine.

“This is the real deal. This is going to happen,” said Emerson, owner of University Bikes in Boulder, who along with his business partner, Frank Banta, is spearheading the project. “This region is so ripe for a velodrome.

“Boulder County is like a Hawaiian island with no surf beach and we’re building the first surf beach,” he added. “It’s going to be that popular.”

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Technical issues caused data loss

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FYI to those who missed our previous notice, last week we experienced a serious issue with the site that took out our Cycling Calendar. A week later the problem was fixed however in the process we lost a week's worth of comments and a few "Did you Hear About" articles. We did not remove the comments, computers did. Sorry for the problem but all should be back to normal now.

Kris Thompson

Volunteers sought for Boulder’s Walk and Bike Month

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BOULDER — Organizers of Boulder’s 35th annual Walk & Bike Month are seeking volunteers for the 70+ events planned for June. Come be a part of this annual tradition celebrating Boulder’s unique and nationally-recognized pedestrian and bicycle culture. Volunteers help with everything from distributing posters to offering administrative support. Dates and hours are flexible.

Cannondale Seeking Saavy Consumer For Week-Long Opportunity at Tour de France

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Grand Prize Winner Joins the Cannondale Staff For Exclusive Behind-The-Scenes Access At World's Most Prestigious Cycling Race With Team Liquigas-Cannondale

Bethel, Conn. - May 6, 2011 - Cannondale, a leading manufacturer of high-performance bicycles for more than 40 years, is looking for one lucky person to join them just in time for cycling's most prominent race. The brand is providing one consumer the job of a lifetime working behind the scenes with the Team Liquigas-Cannondale pro-cycling race team for one week at the 2011 Tour de France.

Consumers can access Cannondale's official Facebook page ( and submit a one to two-minute video explaining why they're the most qualified to serve as Team Liquigas-Cannondale's newest addition. Hopefuls must highlight the following in their video submission:
* How the sport of cycling has impacted your life.
* Your most memorable moment from the Tour de France.
* A bike MUST be visual somewhere in the video shoot (it doesn't have to be a Cannondale)


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