• USA Cycling Master Championships, 105 Podium Spots to Coloradans–25 Firsts

    Submitted by Bill Plock on August 12th, 2019

    Between the three races and all the different age groups and categories, there were 280 podium spots up for grabs. With racers from all over the country, to have over a third of the top finishers from Colorado speaks well to our cycling community Read more

    • Be A Voice, Be a Difference; Chuck Vogel’s Memorial, Aug 9th.

      Submitted by Bill Plock on August 7th, 2019

      join us for a ghost bike dedication and memorial in honor of Chuck Vogel, 7:00pm this Friday, August 9 Read more

      • Why CEMEX, a Multinational Building Materials Company, Cares about Cyclists

        Submitted by Bill Plock on August 5th, 2019

        . She was impressed that the company brought out one of the cement trucks to the race and had representatives there to talk with the cyclists, asking them to give the cement trucks extra room because they can’t stop on a dime. Read more

        • Tips for Mountain Bike Racing

          Submitted by Bill Plock on August 5th, 2019

          Mountain bike racing for beginners is intimidating. I’ve only raced my mountain bike five times and any time I go to a new race, I’m constantly harassing my teammates for help and directions. Luckily, I have awesome teammates Read more

          • Denver’s plan for bicycles is moving faster, but it could still take 18 years

            Submitted by Bill Plock on August 2nd, 2019

            Today, the riverside paths are busy with pedestrians, bicycles and scooters. Denver has seen its population of bicycle commuters nearly double since 2009, to about 8,000 people, according to census figures. And the re-urbanization of downtown Denver has only added to demand. Read more

            • Team Rosters for Colorado Classic announced, World Class Field, 8 from CO.

              Submitted by Bill Plock on July 31st, 2019

              The 2019 Colorado Classic® presented by VF Corporation today released its most international and competitive roster of riders in the race’s history, including past Colorado Classic champions, Olympic medal winners and world champions.  Read more

              • A Climb, A Crit, A Tri and Fun

                Submitted by Bill Plock on July 29th, 2019

                By Bill Plock Another action-packed weekend has come and gone. Over 500 people raced up Mount Evans in the Annual Bob Cook Memorial Hill Climb (results HERE) with Keegan Swirlbul winning for the men with a time of 1:43.52 (16.1mph avg) and Annie Toth winning for the women with a time of 2:16:05 (12.3 mphRead More

                • Filled as of 8/17/19 Thorpe Marketing Looking for Sports Marketing Coordinator

                  Submitted by Bill Plock on July 25th, 2019

                  Are you interested in sports marketing or want to get your foot in the door to the cycling/outdoor industry? Thorpe Marketing is looking for an awesome, detail-oriented part-timer (or paid intern) interested in gaining marketing experience, learning new skills and teamwork.  Read more

                  • Mines, Colorado Classic Trailblazing Women Panel, July 26th, Don’t Miss This One!

                    Submitted by Bill Plock on July 22nd, 2019

                    The event’s keynote panel will feature a collegiate cycling and triathlon champion, an author and the first female paraplegic to complete an Ironman triathlon, and a competitive equestrian and Gates Corporation engineer who together will address the topic of “Women Engineering Change and Blazing Their Own Trails.” Read more

                    • Reckless Driver Kills Bike Advocate Scott Hendrickson

                      Submitted by Bill Plock on July 19th, 2019

                      By Andy Bosselman, StreetsBlog Scott Hendrickson, a beloved cyclist, pedicab driver and bike shop worker with a macabre sense of humor, died after being hit by a reckless driver last week at one of Denver’s many unsafe intersections — the first person on a bike killed so far this year. Police have offered little informationRead More