Boulder racer Amy Dombroski is spending her second season in a row overseas. She will be competing in Belgium for the Young Telenet Fidea cycling team, while she learns more about Belgian customs and racing hard. Most recently, Dombroski finished eighth at the Superprestige Hamme-Zogge in early November.
Cold, wet, and muddy. This glove was designed to keep the back of your hand warm yet allow the palms to breath on the bars. The Basics for Cyclocross racing. Breathable palms and weather resistant back. This glove is a toned down version of the Premium Cyclocross Glove. Good for cold, wet weather and great for helping manage your body heat.
Listen to Without Limits promoter, Lance Panigutti as he announces the 4th unannounced race in his race series at Valmont this year. In addition to the big announcement Lance talks about entry fee costs, call-ups and more.
BOULDER, Colorado (VN) — After a series of health issues and an acrimonious split with her Raleigh-Clement team, American cyclocross racer Nicole Duke has put her 2012-13 season on hiatus.
A former World Cup downhill and dual-slalom mountain bike racer, Duke had her best cyclocross season to date last year racing for Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com, finishing second overall in the U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross series and third at the U.S. national championships.
Do you remember? Might be hard to read but this newspaper clipping comes from 1982 and the course is near where the CU research park is today (aka CU short track). Can't believe the course went through the Boulder Creek! For reading here is a higher resolution
Very inspiring evening with Retul and Boulder Junior Cycling last night in Boulder while George Thomas interviewed some of the members and their parents about their involvement with the sport. Their singular, innocent passion for cycling is very refreshing, especially in light of all the doping scandals in the professional ranks. Being in the same room as these junior riders is so refreshing and their passion is infectious, one rider is working hard to race in Europe after his senior year, two are completely psyched to ride to school tomorrow in the snow and all loved the training session they had in the rain today. While I might not have been looking at the next national champion, doesn't matter, this is how cycling should be, lets do what we can to help it grow. Thanks to sponsors like Retul for supporting junior cycling!