• In Case You Missed This From Bicycle Colorado’s Moving People Forward, Podcast; War on Cars, Kyle Clark Guest

    Submitted by Bill Plock on February 24th, 2020

    In their first live episode, The War on Cars headed to Denver, Colorado to check in on the Mile High City’s battle against automobile dominance. From the announcement that the Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will install 125 miles of bike lanes by 2023 to the recent closure of B-cycle, the city’s bicycle sharing system, it’s been a year of good news and bad for Denverites. And there’s no one better to comment on the news than our guest, Kyle Clark, the host of “Next with Kyle Clark” on Denver’s 9 News.  Read more

    • Want to Develop A Women’s Cycling Group? Louisville Cyclery Wants You!

      Submitted by Bill Plock on February 24th, 2020

      For a couple of decades, Louisville Cyclery has been encouraging and organizing women specific rides. They are looking for someone to continue this effort. If you are a woman looking for a group to ride with this spring, there will likely be a road and gravel ride option and many other opportunities to gather with other women and share the road.

      Louisville Cyclery is looking for a passionate and energetic person to organize and manage our Women’s Cycling Group and a Sales Associate in the store. This includes organizing events, social media and communications and retail sales. Louisville Cyclery was founded in 1980 Read more

      • Jeffco Volunteer Fair, Thur, Feb 27th, Opportunity to Support the Trails You Love

        Submitted by Bill Plock on February 24th, 2020

        Each year more people visit Jefferson County open space parks than any parks in Colorado. It’s impossible to keep the trails accessible and protected without all the volunteers who help with building and maintenance. If you ride, run, or hikeRead More

        • Amy D. Foundation Names New Executive Director Julie Kuliecza

          Submitted by Bill Plock on February 13th, 2020

          (Boulder, CO). The Amy D. Foundation announced Julie Kuliecza as the Executive Director of the nonprofit dedicated to building opportunity, participation, and equality for women in the sport of cycling, a paralegal, professional cyclist and former managing director of a nonprofit, has previously served as a grant writer for the Amy D. Foundation. Prior to Kuliecza’s appointment, managing the Foundation was dispersed among the current board members. Thanks to a generous grant provided by the Rapha Foundation, which looks to expand cycling’s impact to underserved communities, the position of Executive Director was established with the goal of sustainably and expanding The Amy D. Foundation’s road, cyclocross and mountain bike programs. Read more

          • Winning Isn’t Everything—Progress Is

            Submitted by Bill Plock on February 11th, 2020

            Even before I signed up, I knew I wouldn’t win this year’s Zwift Academy competition. This worldwide virtual riding contest would award one man and one woman—out of 68,603 participants—a spot on a pro team, based on measured performances. And sure enough, when the list of 10 women who made the semifinals was announced, I wasn’t on it. Read more

            • Build Cycling Academy Announces Mountain Bike Team for Junior Cyclists

              Submitted by Bill Plock on February 10th, 2020

              BUILD Sports Performance Lab and Physical Therapy is pleased to announce the launch of their new BUILD Cycling Academy Mountain Bike Team. The BUILD Cycling Academy is designed to provide a positive and engaging cycling experience that accelerates the growth of all athletes in the program. The MTB team is a performance focused program for aspiring young athlete seeking success in the MTB discipline.  Read more

              • Triple Bypass, Mt. Evans Hill Climb Now Qualifiers for Gran Fondo National Series in 2020

                Submitted by Bill Plock on February 3rd, 2020

                Two legendary Colorado-based cycling events (The Triple Bypass Ride and the Bob Cook Memorial / Mt. Evans Hill Climb) will have “partner status” with the Gran Fondo National Series for the 2020 season. Both events will now offer the opportunity to earn Gran Fondo National Series Points and qualify for the USA Cycling Gran Fondo National Championship event.  Read more

                • You Can Own Part of the Boulder Velodrome–but Commit Now to Keep it Going

                  Submitted by Bill Plock on January 18th, 2020

                  The investors are passionate about having a Velodrome in the community and we have seven major investors who have pledged at least $100,000, but right now we are seeking minority partners who will pledge between $10,000 and $99,000. The goal is to raise $1.7 million dollars and we only need $300,000 more”  Read more

                  • Ryan Cross Hired By Life Time Events for Marketing Leadville, Dirty Kanza and More

                    Submitted by Bill Plock on January 13th, 2020

                    Veteran race director, endurance marketing professional and Boulder resident, Ryan Cross was recently hired by Lifetime Events as the Marketing Manager for off-road cycling and trail running events. 303 had a discussion with Ryan to find out about his new role and what’s going on at Lifetime for 2020.  Read more

                    • 8 Colorado Racers Will Rep US in CX Worlds

                      Submitted by Bill Plock on January 13th, 2020

                      USA Cycling recently announced the line up for the US team at the World Cyclocross Championships coming up on February 1-2 in Switzerland. Eight of the 25 participants are from Colorado. Last month at the Cyclocross National Champions, dozens ofRead More