Have a listen to our podcast with Dave Hagen, head coach and alum of Fort Lewis College Cycling Team. With 23 National Championships, there are not many coaches in any sport with that kind of success. Read more
The We Ride 4 Cycling Club just completed a four day mountain tour starting and stopping in Crested Butte with overnights in Buena Vista, Salida and Gunnison. Twenty two riders rode the loop culminating with a favorable tailwind on the wide shouldered highway between Gunnison and Crested Butte on Sunday.
Many of the members have ridden Ride the Rockies for years. With that ride cancelled this year, they decided to form their own version of a mountain tour and do a Covid friendly smaller group ride. Founder and director, Sharon Madison decided to organize this ride not only for fun but to raise money for the clubs charity of choice, The Cottonwood Institute. The club raised $15,000 which also included a live auction via zoom on the third night at the hotel in Gunnison. The team gathered for dinner and bid, and won several items. Read more
Stages offers you the opportunity to work within the bike industry in an environment of like-minded people. Our company is growing!!
We are looking for great people to join our team who are committed to living out our core values – Agile, Listening, Passionate, Creative, Intelligent – in an innovative environment.
Apply through our Career Portal at www.stagescycling.com/careers.
Manages and coordinates all warehouse activities, operations, and staff to ensue conformance to established procedures; implements practices that improve the effectiveness and financial performance of the supply chain. Read more
This role includes final inspections of products coming off the line, prepping of international orders, assembling and pairing left/right power meters, preparing work orders for the line, dispensing materials to the production floor, and occasional help in the warehouse. This position requires a high degree of detail and uses NetSuite daily. You will be part of a close-knit team which works to meet deadlines. Read more
550 Mile Bikepacking on Colorado Trail–Go Sasha Underwood! Learn Her Why and What She’s Most Excited AboutSubmitted by Bill Plock on August 6th, 2020
August 6th, Littleton: Sasha Underwood started her solo bike journey today and is planning to ride the Colorado Trail in ten days. That’s over 50 miles of single track, hike-a-bike, not easy riding every day. All of that while carrying everything she needs; clothes, food, tent, sleeping bag, tools, stove, hydration supplies, and a lot of mental toughness and grit! She did mail ahead some food to a couple of towns along the way but otherwise is self supported.
What I’m most excited about: I’m ready to reset; my spiritual place and where I am centered and truly connected is on trails deep in the mountains in the middle of nowhere. No matter what time of year. To experience this for 10-14 days is going to be amazing. I’m also so excited for star-gazing! I was hoping for a full moon but that happened Aug 3rd. I’m also really excited to see if my hodgepodge bike set-up will actually work for 500+ miles haha Read more
Stages offers you the opportunity to work within the bike industry in an environment of like-minded people. Our company is growing!! We are looking for great people to join our team who are committed to living out our core values – Agile, Listening, Passionate, Creative, Intelligent – all in an innovative environment. Read more
t is hard to believe it is August already. That means the summer is winding down. But, we still have some action to come. This weekend we had the Masters State Criterium Championships in Golden. Let’s congratulate all of our new champions: Read more
The miter shop employee is responsible for the frame building process, which entails fixture setup, mitering, bending, tube shaping, etc. to generate complete frames and other components to the level of completion to move onto the next step, welding. The potential employee needs to be able to adhere to Moots’ production schedule, maintain Moots’ level of quality, and have a safe, smart, and efficient work ethic. Read more
Ok. Mt Evans wins as the best climb (not the hardest) in Colorado but not only for the one big reason you might think. Yes, thanks to Covid and not allowing cars vastly improves the experience, but there are some other factors why I believe Mt. Evans tops Pikes Peak for the top 14er climb. But it’s like choosing chocolate–there is no bad choice. Read more
Endurance athlete Jay Paul and some friends wanted better insurance protection when they were doing some epic endurance events like the Cloud City Wheelers race where Jay was pictured here. or something like the Triple Bypass. Says Jay, “Even though races and events generally are covered with some sort of insurance, there are still gaps and with most people nowadays having high deductible health coverage, an accident competing or training can take a lot of money out of your pocket, especially training when only your health care coverage protects you. So we wanted to come up with an on demand insurance product that pays you cash if you are injured.” Read more