• New Boulder Company, PELLI Premium Care Launches New Ceramic Based Cleaning Product

    Submitted by Bill Plock on March 16th, 2021

    Taking naming inspiration from the world-renowned Kokopelli Trail in Western Colorado and Utah, Boulder-CO based PELLI Premium Bike Care recently launched their unique lineup of bike-specific cleaning and protection products targeted specifically to cyclists – from the casual commuter to the elite professional.

    Specializing in high-grade ceramic and Si02 protectants and environmentally-friendly “DRE” (direct-release to environment)surfactants, degreasers, and cleaning agents, PELLI uses the highest quality ingredients available today – typically reserved for high-end luxury exotic and collector automobiles – in purpose-built formulas engineered specifically to Clean, Protect, and Maintain today’s advanced bike materials. All of the brand’s Premium Bike Care products are made in the USA – with raw material production, packaging, and distribution executed near the brand headquarters in Boulder, CO.  Read more

    • Registration Opens For Gold Rush Bike Rally; Benefits Gold Hill, Ride Old Mining Railroad Routes

      Submitted by Bill Plock on March 16th, 2021

      oday Adventure Fit announces the revival of Gold Rush Bike Rally, a gravel bike hootenanny in historic gold mining country west of Boulder, Colorado. The event combines the best elements of a gravel bike adventure, block party, and small town festival and is the sister event to the popular Old Man Winter Bike Rally. Similar to the Old Man Winter Rally, the Gold Rush Bike Rally is all about getting friends together for an adventure on Boulder County’s world-class gravel bike terrain and celebrating at the after party. As a fundraiser for the Town of Gold Hill and the Gold Hill School, the Gold Rush Bike Rally will allow the gravel bike community to give back to Boulder County’s top cycling destination.

      The race is staged in front of the Gold Hill General Store in Gold Hill, one of Colorado’s oldest and quaintest towns, with dirt roads and a population just over 200 people. Despite its small size, Gold Hill is famous for its amazing gravel riding including the Switzerland Trail, which was a narrow railroad line that transported mining equipment throughout the Front Range of Colorado at the turn of the century, as well as Lickskillet Rd – the steepest road in the state with grades as steep as 22%. Read more

      • Bicyclist struck by car in Boulder hospitalized with serious injuries

        Submitted by 303cycling on July 6th, 2019

        From the Boulder Daily CameraBy Kelsey Hammon A bicyclist was hospitalized with serious injuries Saturday morning after he was struck by a car on Foothills Parkway near the Arapahoe Avenue intersection. Police responded to the scene around 11:09 a.m. AccordingRead More

        • Allenspark woman accused of hitting cyclist while driving drunk

          Submitted by 303cycling on March 19th, 2019

          From The Boulder Daily CameraBy Mitchell Byars An Allenspark woman was arrested Sunday after reportedly hitting a bicyclist on Colo. 7 while driving under the influence. Amber Michelle Okuley, 32, was arrested on suspicion of vehicular assault, DUI, careless drivingRead More