• UPDATE- CDOT Highway 36 Phase 2 Bikeway Boulder-Wesminster is OPEN

    Submitted by 303cycling on February 24th, 2016

    From Boulder Daily Camera
    “(T)he full U.S. 36 bike path is finished and is opening to riders Tuesday…” Read more

    • 36 Cyclist Hit UPDATE: CSP Flyer seeking vehicle info

      Submitted by 303cycling on February 21st, 2016

      The Colorado State Patrol has issued a flyer seeking information on the hit-and-run with a photo of the type of vehicle… Read more

      • Full Cycle’s Open House Celebrates New Ownership

        Submitted by 303cycling on January 31st, 2016

        It was a great turnout at Pearl Street’s Full Cycle, which recently came under new ownership.
        Check out all the pics! Read more

        • Boulder’s Full Cycle Bikes under new ownership

          Submitted by 303cycling on January 15th, 2016

          The new year has brought new ownership for Full Cycle Bikes, which has stores on University Hill and in downtown Boulder… Read more

          • Longmont’s Bike-N-Hike recipient of BRAIN makeover

            Submitted by 303cycling on January 9th, 2016

            From the Times-Call

            The bike business has evolved a lot in the past 40 years — the advent of mountain biking as a mainstream sport in the ’90s, major innovations in gears and brakes, and the dawn of Internet shopping, which altered the retail landscape forever.
            But Rick and Jill Emerson’s Longmont bike shop, Bike-N-Hike, has hardly changed at all since it was founded in 1973 by Dave Swenson. Even after a move in 2007 from 11th Avenue to 1136 Main St., decades-old carpet, cheap flourescent lighting and handwritten signs remained.
            The revamping of Longmont’s historic downtown had really begun to ramp up when Bicycle Retailer and Industry News put out a call for bike shops in need of a facelift. And so, the Emersons applied…
             Read more

            • Sufferfest Workout leaves Camera writer on the sidelines

              Submitted by 303cycling on December 29th, 2015

              As part of the ongoing Health series in the Daily Camera, writer Aimee Heckel checks out various workouts along the front range. However, when she stopped at RallySport to review the renown “Sufferfest” indoor cycling session, she found the classes were not for “regular folks like me.” Read more

              • Pro’s Vs. Industry Mo’s

                Submitted by 303cycling on September 9th, 2014

                I’ve had three major realizations over my very short time as a “bike racer”.

                I’m not very motivated by “winning”. I like to race for fun (this came as no surprise).
                There aren’t enough women out there who race (for fun or otherwise).
                When I find such a women, I immediately try and befriend her simply because we have at least one thing in common: we get joy out of riding our bikes fast(ish) around others. Read more

                • Boulder B-cycle story on how it got started by one of the founders

                  Submitted by Kris Thompson on April 14th, 2014


                  • Pride and Determination: Colorado High School Mountain Bike Racing

                    Submitted by 303cycling on September 25th, 2012

                    On Sunday, the Colorado high school mountain bike racing season was in full swing. The race was in Granby at the Snow Mountain Ranch and the course was speckled with aspen leaves of awesome vibrant colors. And just like the first race at the Chalk Creek Challenge, the kids continue to prove that they are in it to finish it. Read more

                    • The Climb to Ward

                      Submitted by David on June 29th, 2011

                      This is a classic canyon ride from Boulder. The climb itself is not all that difficult BUT there are 16 miles of climbing and the last mile is steep. Start from North Broadway and head north on highway 36. Ride about 5 miles north and make a left on Lefthand Canyon. Read more