• Guerilla Gravity makes carbon frame in Denver

    Submitted by 303cycling on February 6th, 2019

    From the Business DenBy Kate Tracy Denver’s Guerrilla Gravity says it’s taken carbon fiber bikes to the next level Making affordable carbon fiber mountain bikes in the U.S. is no longer an uphill slog at one Denver bike factory. Guerrilla Gravity has been working seven days a week for three months to finalize its newestRead More

    • Help make cycling safer!

      Submitted by 303cycling on February 4th, 2019

      Want more and better options for bicycling? Want the communities where you live and work to have safer roads? Join Bicycle Colorado at the state capitol on Tuesday, February 26 to lobby for better bicycling. Safe Streets Day at the Capitol is a great opportunity to show up and speak up about what is importantRead More

      • Roll Massif, here in Colorado

        Submitted by 303cycling on January 15th, 2019

        Roll Massif reimagines cycling with eight Colorado Rides (DENVER, CO) — ​Roll Massif​ launched today with a collection of eight road, gravel and mountain bike sportives across the state of Colorado. Roll Massif builds on the legacy of existing road cycling institutions like Copper Triangle, Elephant Rock and Tour of the Moon with brand newRead More

        • Colorado’s Jefferson County Open Space allows Class 1 e-bikes

          Submitted by 303cycling on November 6th, 2018

          Jefferson County announced they will allow class 1 e-bikes on open space trails. Read about pilot program results and public comments here. Read more

          • Bike Streets

            Submitted by 303cycling on June 5th, 2018

            Let’s make Denver the most bike-friendly city in America. Not in 2029. Now. 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

              • Safe Streets Day at the Capitol

                Submitted by 303cycling on February 24th, 2018

                Be part of democracy in action! Join Bicycle Colorado at the Colorado State Capitol on Tuesday, February 27 from 8 to 10 AM and advocate for better bicycling in the state. Read more

                • Colorado on the podium for Winter Bike to Work Day

                  Submitted by 303cycling on February 20th, 2018

                  According to the International Winter Bike to Work Day website, Denver ranked second and Boulder ranked third among worldwide participating cities. Read more

                  • More than Miles, Bike Commuting Delivers a Daily Dose of Joy

                    Submitted by 303cycling on January 24th, 2018

                    Just shy of two years ago, we decided to move from the trail mecca of Golden, Colo. (complete with across-the-street trail access) to Denver. While I loved having trail access out my front door, I found climbing in a car to go anywhere exhausting and tough on my carbon consciousness. We found a darling, yet woefully dated bungalow in West Highland that offered a #ridemoredriveless daily lifestyle, shaved my daily commute to 15 minutes by bicycle, and served up plenty of renovation projects to keep us busy. Read more

                    • Final Strava story

                      Submitted by 303cycling on January 24th, 2018

                      This is a commentary, an opinion of sorts, but I personally am glad Strava is making a second home here in Denver. They are cool people who I believe mean well and will make our endurance, outdoor, triathlon and cycling communities stronger and more fun. I ran this morning with the Executive Leadership team and others, and it’s clear at the end of the day, the intention of Strava is promote community and fun. While it’s a data fueled company, it’s core seems to be fueled by genuine passion for doing just about anything in motion. Read more