• Bill Davis Road Cup

    Submitted by 303cycling on April 17th, 2018

    If you haven’t already, mark your calendars for this Saturday’s Bill Davis Road Cup. Not ready to race? No event is complete with out volunteers. Read more

    • Advocacy Alert from Bicycle Colorado

      Submitted by 303cycling on April 16th, 2018

      Another opportunity to make your voice heard on the importance alternate transportation in Colorado. Read more

      • Public Input Requested Regarding Southwest Longmont Transportation

        Submitted by 303cycling on April 3rd, 2018

        The City of Longmont recently initiated the Southwest Longmont Operations Study to address future demands on Longmont’s multimodal transportation system in the southwest part of town. Specifically, the study will examine the roadway network formed by Ken Pratt Boulevard, Hover Street, and Nelson Road, including major intersections along these corridors. The purpose of the study is to identify needed intersection and transportation system improvements and pedestrian and bicycle improvements.
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        • LoBo Trail connector will help divert Boulder cyclists off of Jay Road, officials say

          Submitted by 303cycling on April 2nd, 2018

          Boulder County and city officials are in the early stages of connecting two trails north of Boulder that will take cyclists and pedestrians off of a narrow bike path on Spine Road and the shoulder of Jay Road.

          “We’ve gotten a lot of input over the years,” Boulder County Regional Trails Planner Matt Wempe said. “People want an alternative to riding on Jay Road. That’s what is driving the project.” Read more

          • Cyclists attacked, threatened on Longmont LoBo Trail – first-hand Account by Becky Furuta

            Submitted by 303cycling on April 2nd, 2018

            PSA to my local friends:

            Saturday afternoon, I was finishing my ride and elected to avoid some wind by heading home on the LoBo Trail. I encountered a homeless couple just past the turn off to the Longmont Rec Center, about 100 meters from the underpass below Ken Pratt Ave. This is Boulder County. There are transients everywhere, and I usually just hand them wherever ride food I’ve got left in my pockets. But this couple leered at me uncomfortably. Immediately, I took out my headphones. I debated turning around, actually. Something seemed “off.” Read more

            • Things in the Bike Lane campaign launches in Denver

              Submitted by 303cycling on March 29th, 2018

              Bicycle Colorado and BikeDenver, in a joint effort to raise public awareness about regular safety issues within bike lanes in Denver, have launched the Things in the Bike Lane campaign. Read more

              • Colorado’s Top Three Uphill Races form Alliance: Colorado Summit Cycling Series

                Submitted by 303cycling on March 6th, 2018

                Organizers of the three top uphill cycling races in Colorado have formed an alliance to launch the Colorado Summit
                Cycling Series this summer, creating the country’s ultimate uphill challenge. Read on for all of the details. Read more

                • Project Recycle has a new Executive Director

                  Submitted by 303cycling on March 1st, 2018

                  Welcome to the new ED Jon Buck, and thanks for the years of service to outgoing AJ Stapleton… Read the big news from Project Recycle: Read more

                  • Death Ride Tour: A Ride with a Mission

                    Submitted by 303cycling on February 2nd, 2018

                    Many athletes train to be competitive. Many train to stay healthy or for the enjoyment of the out of doors. Most of us would say that regardless of the reason, it means more when there is a purpose to the training. Death Ride Tour provides propose and isn’t your Sunday afternoon pleasure ride.  Read more

                    • E-bike use on Boulder County Trails hotly contested

                      Submitted by 303cycling on January 29th, 2018

                      The Daily Camera reports that though electric bicycles are currently prohibited on Boulder County trails, open space rangers are not actively looking for offenders.

                      Several meetings are being held in February to collect the public’s input on what one resident describes as the “difference between the transportation infrastructure that’s in place or needed for commuters, and the infrastructure for recreational cycling on open space trails.” Read more