• Becky Furuta, on Kelly Catlin’s death, much more in common than racing together….

    Submitted by 303cycling on March 12th, 2019

    By Becky Furuta I found out Kelly Catlin died from suicide the same way the rest of the cycling community would uncover the news: On social media. Facebook, actually. A mutual friend racing for Rally UHC Cycling – one of Kelly’s teammates – had posted the statement made by the team only seconds after itRead More

    • U.S. Olympic cycling medalist Kelly Catlin dies at 23

      Submitted by 303cycling on March 11th, 2019

      From The Washington PostBy Cindy Boren Kelly Catlin, a member of the U.S. women’s pursuit team that won a silver medal during the 2016 Olympic Games, died Thursday night, ending her focused, driven life at the age of 23. Her death left her father describing “unbelievable” pain and her sister saying, “I want the worldRead More

      • Win a Free Entry to the Triple Bypass!

        Submitted by 303cycling on February 22nd, 2019

        You read that right. A free entry to Colorado’s most legendary and iconic ride, for you and a riding partner. It’s pretty simple. Post a picture of yourself on Facebook or Instagram riding the Triple in years past and say why you want to ride it again. Get your creative juices going, make it funnyRead More

        • Old Man Winter Bike Rally & Run Recap

          Submitted by 303cycling on February 18th, 2019

          By Jennifer Findley The forecast for last Sunday’s Old Man Winter Bike Rally & Run, high in the mid 30’s partly cloudy, perfect for a nearly 6 mile run. Maybe a little chilly for the more than 600 cyclists who tackled the 50k and 100k cycling events. My friend Dana and I had a greatRead 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

              • Old Man Winter Coming Feb 10th!

                Submitted by 303cycling on January 14th, 2019

                Bundle up and get ready to RUN and/or RIDE Colorado’s best mixed terrain. Riders – choose 50km or 100km of dirt, snow, sweat, and beer rolling through the world-famous cycling mecca of Boulder County. Runners can crush the 5.9-mile run course, a fast, flat “Best of Lyons” tour, that integrates singletrack trails, red rock canyon,Read More

                • Dockless scooters could be banished to bike lanes in Denver

                  Submitted by 303cycling on December 7th, 2018

                  Under the bill expected to be proposed to Denver City Council early next month, dockless scooters will be classified as “Electric Mobility Scooters,” subjecting them to a different set of rules.  Read more

                  • Mag-Tank2000 by Revelate Design

                    Submitted by 303cycling on December 4th, 2018

                    Looking for a holiday gift for the bike packing or gravel riding enthusiast on your gift giving list? Read this review of the Mag-Tank 2000 by Revelate Designs and check out the other frame bags and accessories in their product line.  Read more

                    • The Science of Being Seen

                      Submitted by Alison Freeman on November 29th, 2018

                      You’ve likely never heard of Darlene Edewaard. But if you even occasionally ride a bike on open roads with cars, she just might save your life. Edewaard is a Ph.D. candidate in the Human Factors Psychology program at South Carolina’s Clemson University and specializes in studying vision science and then applying that knowledge to transportation safety. Read more