• Blue-Stages Team Riding 40 Laps at Marshall Mesa May 29th for Family Assistance

    Submitted by Bill Plock on May 29th, 2020

    On Friday, May 29th, Blue-Stages riders Maxx Chance and Eric Brunner and manager Grant Holicky will each be riding 200km close to home to raise money for EFAA, the Emergency Family Assistance Association. EFAA is a longstanding Boulder, Colorado organization that provides help with basic living necessities such as food and shelter to those families who need it. The organization operates a food bank and short term/transitional housing properties, offers financial assistance, as well as provides education about poverty and homelessness.  Read more

    • Surrendering Control: My Perspective as Tandem Bicycle Passenger

      Submitted by Bill Plock on May 26th, 2020

      We owned a tandem bike in the past and ride considerably well together compared to many couples, who say they will never attempt a tandem bike, or did, and nearly divorced! Nevertheless, that was years ago, and I was not expecting there would be another one in our near future. The memories of flying down Lookout Mountain with my eyes closed on the back of our old tandem still make me proud and amazed that I didn’t faint and fall off the bike. I wasn’t sure I was ready to commit again to that experience….. Read more

      • Chris Anthony, Former Pro Cyclist Turned Warren Miller Ski Star–Listen Here

        Submitted by Bill Plock on May 26th, 2020

        Chris Anthony perhaps most known for being a professional skier in the Warren Miller movies is joining us to talk about a host of topics, but the one that might surprise you the most is that he was just as likely to have made a professional career as a cyclist. We are also going to talk about how his cycling background and how created the biggest Prim (prize) for the Colorado Classic stage in Avon last year. That prize was the biggest ever for a women’s race.  Read more

        • Ready. Steady. Go? Endurance Hub Snowmass Looking at Summer as it Transitions From Shortened Ski Season

          Submitted by Bill Plock on May 26th, 2020

          Colorado’s resorts are busy planning for the new reality. Rob transitions from his last day on skis to thinking about biking at one of his favorite places and shares how Snowmass (and probably most resorts) is seeing their summer right now, as always Rob sets a colorful stage…enjoy Read more

          • Alchemy and SRAM Donate Carbon Gravel Bike for Charity

            Submitted by Bill Plock on May 20th, 2020

            We’re now entering the prime gravel riding season in many parts of the country including Colorado, and Alchemy, SRAM, Zipp, and Bicycle Colorado partnered to bring you an exclusive chance to win big. With a maximum of 300 tickets sold, this is your best chance to score an unparalleled gravel machine. Even better than the chance at winning, each ticket purchase is a gift in support of bicycle advocacy.

            Bicycle Colorado envisions a Colorado where riding a bike is always safe and convenient for everyone, where bicycling is the top choice for recreation and everyday trips, and where the benefits of bicycling are experienced and valued by all. Your ticket purchase is a vote in support of this vision and supports their advocacy and education work.  Read more