Amid swelled interest and participation, non-sanctioned Colorado high school sports carve out their own culture and successSubmitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 19th, 2017
Since its inception in 2010, the Colorado High School Cycling League has provided athletes around the state the chance to compete in mountain biking. The league has since burgeoned to more than 1,400 participants — a growth that has continually spurred a debate among its constituents as to whether the sport could, and should, be sanctioned by the Colorado High School Activities Association. Read more
If you like riding a bike, you belong at VeloSwap—Everyone is invited!
VeloSwap is the world’s largest consumer bike swap and expo. This one-day event on Saturday, November 4 features the tons of vendors, with the best merch and deals in the industry. It’s a must-visit event in our capital city for anyone who is interested in bikes and bike culture. Read more
Railroad to repair crossings on Hygiene Road and 75th Street; Work requires road closures starting Monday, Oct. 9Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 10th, 2017
BNSF completing crossing work and Boulder County repairing roadway near tracks Read more
A hiker who was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries after he was bit by a rattlesnake early Saturday afternoon has died, a spokesperson from St. Anthony’s Hospital confirmed with Denver7. Read more
The Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) has called a public hearing for Monday, October 9, at 6pm, to address the rise of cycling deaths and serious collisions along US36 and Diagonal Highway. Read more
Written by Cheri Felix
Ann Trombley believes in helping women to excel in their sport which is why she created WISE (Women in Sports Enrichment). Ann is building on her own experience as an athlete and hopes to encourage women to continue to show up and line up. Ann came up with WISE because she believes when the financial stress is alleviated, women and girls can focus on training and competition. Read more
El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Daniel Nations, 31, was arrested in Woodland Park and may be tied to the threats made near Mt. Herman Rd. Read more
At Longs Peak Middle School, students are getting their hands dirty in a classroom that looks more like a genuine bike shop than your standard junior high classroom.
These young bicycle engineers work on bikes day by day, and with the upcoming holiday season, giving back to the community is at the top of their curriculum. Read more