• Stage 2 – Colorado Classic – Avon

    Submitted by Jessica McWhirt on August 23rd, 2019

    Ganzar (Hagens Berman/Supermint) was first to attack, quickly stringing out the field, on Stage 2 of the Colorado Classic in Avon, Colorado. With 50.3 miles, 2 intermediate sprints and 1 QOM up a doozy of a climb, it was anyone’s guess who’d take the win. Read more

    • WWII History, Sante Fe Trail, Cousin Eddy, Tarantula Migration, Pedal the Plains has it all!

      Submitted by Bill Plock on August 16th, 2019

      The Pedal the Plains will highlight many opportunities to see our state from a different perspective and offer many points of interests–that includes a visit to Coolidge KS, home of Cousin Eddy and Aunt Edna–for reals!  Read more

      • Come Race, BBQ, Live Music, Louisville Crit by Alfalfa’s

        Submitted by Bill Plock on August 16th, 2019

        Bring you’re A game!
        Anyone is welcome to participate, or you can just hang out and watch the race. We will be grilling day, and live music is on tap. Read more

        • CU Students Bring Innovative Bike Lights to Market

          Submitted by Bill Plock on August 13th, 2019

          Alex came up with the idea to invent ShineOn as he was biking down the Boulder bike path. Around 5 PM every day, Alex passed a cyclist with the “brightest bike light imaginable,” nearly blinding him. One day, Alex noticed someone else was blinded by these lights. Alex thought to himself, “There’s gotta be a better way to see and be visible without reducing other people’s ability to see and be visible Read more

          • Meet Lee Alteimer and His Why, with Buffalo Bicycle Classic

            Submitted by Bill Plock on August 9th, 2019

            To this day he doesn’t remember how he crashed or why. Maybe a deer hit him? A car? A tire blow out? All he knows is he lost a few weeks of his life Read more

            • 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

              • Bannock Street Crit looking for Volunteers

                Submitted by Ralph Romero on July 20th, 2019

                The 26th Annual Bannock Street Criterium in Memory of Mike Nields will be here soon, scheduled for Sunday August 4, 2019. What a huge milestone – 26 years, same course! We need a critical component to make our race successful: VOLUNTEERS on race day (YOU). I need to know that I can count on yourRead 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