• Boulder cyclist injured in hit-and-run over the weekend

    Submitted by 303cycling on July 25th, 2019

    Andrew Bernstein airlifted to Denver Health with life-threatening injuries following Arapahoe Road crash From the Daily CameraBy Mitchell Byars The Colorado State Patrol is investigating a hit-and-run crash that left a Boulder cyclist with life-threatening injuries on Saturday. Andrew “Bernie” Bernstein was biking west on Arapahoe Road near Legion Park on Saturday at around 4:30Read More

    • Bike Lanes Make Cities Safer for Everyone

      Submitted by 303cycling on July 23rd, 2019

      Evidence is mounting that designing cities with bikes in mind has a profound effect on everyone—not just cyclists From Outside MagazineBy Joe Lindsey One of the long-standing arguments against building bike lanes is that cyclists are freeloaders: we enjoy the benefits of road networks without paying gas and vehicle taxes, so if we want ourRead More

      • Charges expected Monday for man arrested in deadly hit-and-run

        Submitted by 303cycling on July 22nd, 2019

        Preston Dorris is accused of fleeing the scene after striking and killing cyclist Chuck Vogel on the 4th of July. From 9news.com By Janet Oravetz The man who was arrested in Nebraska nearly two weeks after a hit-and-run crash that killed a cyclist in Douglas County is due in court Monday morning where he’s expectedRead More

        • Governor Jared Polis Proclaims July 17 as “Colorado Classic Equity in Cycling Day”

          Submitted by 303cycling on July 17th, 2019

          From the Colorado Classic e-Newsletter “Inside Line” Colorado Governor Jared Polis showed his and the State’s support for equity in pro cycling. He signed a proclamation and took the pledge! “We in Colorado support the Colorado Classic’s bold move to be the premier women’s-only race,” said Colorado Governor Jared Polis. “With this proclamation making JulyRead More

          • Douglas County Sheriff’s Office needs help to identify driver who killed Parker cyclist

            Submitted by 303cycling on July 9th, 2019

            Sheriff’s Office needs help from the public in identifying driver who killed Parker resident From the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office The Parker resident that was hit while riding his bicycle has died due to his injuries and the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s help in finding the driver of the vehicle that fledRead More

            • The unlikely way e-bikes could transform how we age

              Submitted by 303cycling on July 7th, 2019

              E-bikes are helping keep seniors young and, in some instances, even alleviating the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. BY EILLIE ANZILOTTI9 MINUTE READ Last year, Miryam Liberman retired from her internal medicine practice in Westlake Village, California, where she had worked for more than 30 years. But before she left, Liberman, 65, was issuing subtle prescriptions toRead More

              • The 30 Greatest Moments in Tour de France History

                Submitted by 303cycling on July 7th, 2019

                THE MOST MEMORABLE SCENES FROM CYCLING’S PREMIER EVENT. BY WHIT YOST Over its 116-year history, the Tour de France has challenged, disgraced, and immortalized the world’s greatest cyclists. But while each year brings fresh triumphs and heartbreaks, these are the 30 moments we will never forget. 1905 – The First Climb The first two editions of the TourRead More

                • What the highest-ever VO2max tells us about genetics and cycling success

                  Submitted by 303cycling on July 7th, 2019

                  by Matt de Neef Some riders have long and illustrious careers, competing at the highest level for two decades. Others burn bright over a much shorter period, seemingly disappearing from the spotlight in just a few short years. Norway’s Oskar Svendsen is an example of the latter. From 2012 through to 2014 Svendsen was oneRead More