• Transforming Bannock

    Submitted by 303cycling on February 27th, 2020

    The City and County of Denver is transforming a stretch of Bannock Street from 14th Avenue to Colfax Avenue into a versatile public gathering space that people on foot and on bikes can enjoy year-round and experience as a new gateway to Civic Center Park. Read more

    • Colorado’s Eric Brunner Race Report from Cyclocross World Championships

      Submitted by Bill Plock on February 24th, 2020

      I am Eric Brunner from Boulder, Colorado and a member of the BLUE Factory Team. I spent the past six weeks racing in Europe with USA cycling after winning U23 Nationals and being selected to Team USA for Cyclocross Worlds. During that time, I competed in eight races including four World Cups and culminating with the Cyclocross World Championships in Dübendorf, Switzerland

      Overall, the trip felt constructive. It provided the opportunity for me to live a bit like a pro cyclist for a while, without the distractions and demands of school at the University of Colorado or daily life. Things like not having to plan my own logistics and getting massages several times per week add up and take some of the stress away. Although the first couple races were a shock, especially not having raced in Europe in a couple years, I was proud to have finished better in each consecutive World Cup of the trip.  Read more

      • In Case You Missed This From Bicycle Colorado’s Moving People Forward, Podcast; War on Cars, Kyle Clark Guest

        Submitted by Bill Plock on February 24th, 2020

        In their first live episode, The War on Cars headed to Denver, Colorado to check in on the Mile High City’s battle against automobile dominance. From the announcement that the Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will install 125 miles of bike lanes by 2023 to the recent closure of B-cycle, the city’s bicycle sharing system, it’s been a year of good news and bad for Denverites. And there’s no one better to comment on the news than our guest, Kyle Clark, the host of “Next with Kyle Clark” on Denver’s 9 News.  Read more

        • Want to Develop A Women’s Cycling Group? Louisville Cyclery Wants You!

          Submitted by Bill Plock on February 24th, 2020

          For a couple of decades, Louisville Cyclery has been encouraging and organizing women specific rides. They are looking for someone to continue this effort. If you are a woman looking for a group to ride with this spring, there will likely be a road and gravel ride option and many other opportunities to gather with other women and share the road.

          Louisville Cyclery is looking for a passionate and energetic person to organize and manage our Women’s Cycling Group and a Sales Associate in the store. This includes organizing events, social media and communications and retail sales. Louisville Cyclery was founded in 1980 Read more