• Crested Butte, Boulder, and Breck Epic named in Outside Magazine’s Best Bike Rides in the World

    Submitted by 303cycling on March 26th, 2019

    With so many beautiful and epic places to ride on this planet we call Earth, it is no surprise a few in our very own backyard popped up on this list. Check it out. From Outside MagazineBy Marc Peruzzi TheRead More

    • Arkansas the next fat-tire mecca?

      Submitted by 303cycling on March 25th, 2019

      From OutsideBy Andrew Tilin The Walmart Heirs Putting Arkansas on the Fat-Tire Map How a couple of heirs to an American retail dynasty are putting Bentonville, Arkansas, on the fat-tire map Tom Walton parks his bike and surveys the surroundingRead More

      • Is Road Riding Worth the Risk

        Submitted by 303cycling on March 21st, 2019

        From Outside.comBy Aaron Gulley After getting hit by a car, our bike-test director comes to terms with distracted driving and a society that devalues cyclists The impact was as sudden and unexpected as lightning on a cloudless afternoon. One momentRead More

        • Becky Furuta, on Kelly Catlin’s death, much more in common than racing together….

          Submitted by 303cycling on March 12th, 2019

          By Becky Furuta I found out Kelly Catlin died from suicide the same way the rest of the cycling community would uncover the news: On social media. Facebook, actually. A mutual friend racing for Rally UHC Cycling – one ofRead More

          • Self driving cars–good for cyclists?

            Submitted by 303cycling on March 4th, 2019

            From Bicycling.comBy Jordan Smith Will Self-Driving Cars “Choose” to Kill Cyclists? In March, a self-driving car struck and killed a woman walking her bike across a road in Tempe, Arizona. The car, operated by the ride-hailing company Uber, had aRead More

            • Bike Messenger Emergency Fund Gives Grants to Working Cyclists Hurt on the Job

              Submitted by 303cycling on March 1st, 2019

              From Bicycling.comBy David Colon Like so many bike messengers before him, Rigo remembers when an on-the-job injury made him unable to work. “I got doored right over there,” Rigo said at a recent cycling protest in New York City, pointingRead More

              • This Denver cyclist did everything right, and then he was paralyzed

                Submitted by 303cycling on February 25th, 2019

                From DenveriteBy Andrew Kenney The police officer’s report lays it out — the mundane mistake of one driver, the apparent cruel impatience of another, all within seconds. Lisa Suydam waited just before 5 p.m. on a warm winter Friday, wonderingRead More

                • The Rescue of American Bicycle Racing

                  Submitted by 303cycling on January 25th, 2019

                  From Medium.comBy Pete Hitzeman “Road is dead.” So goes the morose refrain from local coffee shops to pro team board meetings, all across the United States. People say it with the weighty resignation normally reserved for taxes, or political defeats, orRead More

                  • The Gravel Lot Podcast with Katie Macarelli

                    Submitted by 303cycling on January 17th, 2019

                    In Episode 52 of The Gravel Lot Podcast, local badass mom, cyclist, and year-round bike commuter Katie Macarelli talks about being a theatre major, the ever-changing landscape in the bike industry, and equality of opportunity. Check it out!

                    • 90 year old stripped of title, the rest of the story

                      Submitted by 303cycling on January 16th, 2019

                      From Cycling Today 90-year-old cyclist hits back after failed drugs test: Testers are wasting their time His bike is his soapbox. As time caught up with many of his peers, the former United States Navy Band saxophonist , who playedRead More