Join 303radio with professional cyclists Amy Charity and Adelaide Tillinghast. It’s a fun discussion pairing Amy and Adelaide who are at very different points in their career. Amy is in semi-retirement and at the time of this podcast perhaps considering a run at the all-women’s pro race, The Colorado Classic. Amy is also the executiveRead More
This week, Alyssa and Haley talk to Megan Hottman, the Colorado lawyer who specializes in cases involving cyclists. Read more
In case you missed this gem earlier in the week… And that’s a wrap! Now that the Tour is over the Team Sky boys meet their Minis and get asked the tough questions.
Bicycling.com asks cyclists, “What Do Your Cycling Legs Say About You?” Meaty Pillars Of Strength. Chicken Legs. Adventure Makers. Cyclists have a unique relationship with our legs. Six riders tell us what theirs mean to them. Meaty Pillars of Strength Avid commuter and cyclocross racer Katie Macarelli shares Sarah’s sense of pride and, with characteristicRead More
This series of European-style stage races is coming to the U.S., and the Colorado Rockies will host the first event in 2017.
This past week a select group of a dozen pre-rode the stages to work out logistics like feed zones, traffic, and the best “breath-taking” routes.
Featured here on 303Radio, Road Bike Action Magazine Editor Neil Shirley checks in after day 3 of the Rocky Mountain Haute Route test ride. The first stage is in Boulder, and the entire route will be announced next month… Read more
Georgia Gould is happy with her fitness, but also feeling frustrated. Crashes and flat tires and time in tech zones – “not my best race, not my worst… you’ve got to be able to take something positive from every race”
Hear the podcast with George Thomas here: Read more
Luna Pro Team’s Georgia Gould joins us from Germany for a quick pre-race discussion about today’s World Cup event. She also recaps the recent “Pros vs. Amos” competition at the recent Colorado Bike Expo! Read more
Rally Cycling custom painted bikes benefiting the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation. Emerson Oronte and Sam Wiebe discuss the project… Read more
From the outside looking in, the field of the Red Hook Crit somewhat resembles a swarming cluster of undetonated torpedoes, lurking and looking to target the front of the race. It’s all power and fury, rigid and taut, comprised of pieces and parts that don’t really bend.
When the lead race moto stalled not even thirty seconds into the men’s final on Saturday night, in the middle of the road, just past a tight right hand corner, those pieces and parts broke… Read more