• CYCLO-X Series changes and racing for FREE! read all about it

    Submitted by Dana Willett on August 31st, 2016

    Start the countdown, because in just 11 days cyclocross season descends upon Colorado.  The 18th edition of the CYCLO-X Series has some very special surprises in store for 2016.  We know many of you have heard the rumors about an iconic venue making a return to the Colorado scene, plus even more recent rumors aboutRead More

    • Bike Racing: Who Has Time For It?

      Submitted by Dana Willett on August 31st, 2016

      By Cheri Felix I love racing. When I line up I feel like I’m going to throw up. I wonder why I signed up. I question my sanity. I ponder possible mechanicals and broken collar bones. All this before the starter says “go!” I’ve been racing for eight years. It started with short track. ThatRead More

      • COMBA Beginner Ride #6

        Submitted by Erin Trail on August 31st, 2016

        Saturday, October 1, 2016 – 10:00am to 12:00pm 9501 E. Union Ave Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Beginner ride #6 will be at the Village Greens Mountain Bike Skills Park in Greenwood Village, CO (adjacent to Cherry Creek High School) with end of ride beer from Upslope Brewing and burgers from Bike Source.  It will be a guided beginner ride through easier trails inRead More

        • Cycling Skills Clinic with eNRG

          Submitted by Jen Findley on August 30th, 2016

          Wednesday evenings from 5:45 – 7:00pm Locations will vary.   Join eNRG Performance for four weeks of a hands on, professionally coached, cycling skills clinic series. Build on your knowledge of basic bike know-how as well advancing your skills on your bike – whether it be road, tri, cyclocross, or mountain.   August 31st: Introduction – You andRead More

          • Not the Bees Knees… When a Sting Goes Bad on the Bike

            Submitted by Dana Willett on August 29th, 2016

            We’ve all experienced it while riding – innocent grasshoppers slamming into our shins, massive horseflies colliding with our shoulders, and yes, the occasional bee in our bonnet. I am not a doctor. I have no allergies. But I learned first-hand this weekend how to handle an unexpected reaction to a bee sting while riding. IfRead More