• Functional Movement: The Key to Physical Balance in Cycling

    Submitted by 303cycling on January 21st, 2016

    Cycling Coach Jon Heidemann explores Functional Movement Training for Endurance Athletes – particularly cyclists:
    “…As cyclists, we can all agree that our bodies are the engine that power and control our bicycles down the road and trail. The way that our bodies sit on the bike has a direct impact on handling and performance. If you sit ever so slightly off to the left side of your saddle, your bike will instantly lean to the right until you correct your saddle position. . . Imagine how that might affect handling & turning if your bike already has a consistent 1 or 2 degree lean one way or the other before a turn? …
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    • Spotlight: Team ten20

      Submitted by 303cycling on January 21st, 2016

      Every once in awhile we here at 303 want to showcase some of the amazingness we have in our community. Sometimes it will be an event, sometimes it will be a team and sometimes it might be a shout out to a person. Either way, it’s just the down and dirty. Just the parts you need to know. Get in and get out.

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      • Gov. Hickenlooper announces 16 highest priority trail projects

        Submitted by 303cycling on January 20th, 2016

        DENVER — Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced the state’s highest priority trail projects as part of Colorado the Beautiful’s “16 in 2016” initiative highlighted in his State of the State address last week.

        The projects represent the state’s 16 most important trail gaps, missing trail segments and unbuilt trails, and reach from the Front Range to southwestern Colorado. Identification of these 16 trails is designed to build upon strong existing support and partnerships to push them to completion… Read more

        • Women’s Wednesday: Cheri Felix gets Fat

          Submitted by 303cycling on January 20th, 2016

          Never in my life have I ridden so slow and worked so hard.

          I had not been “actively” thinking about racing a fat bike. And by that I mean I had not been my usual self about it; obsessive. And then I was. Brian, co-owner of Boulder Bicycle Works texted on Friday and asked if I was planning to race in Fraser the next day. Before I could respond he texted five magic words; I’ll bring you a bike. A carbon LaMere to be precise. Okay, twist my arm. I’ll do it… Read more

          • 303’s Weekly Spin: January 8-15, 2016

            Submitted by 303cycling on January 16th, 2016

            Check out our latest weekly news recap for this past week! Read more

            • Boulder’s Full Cycle Bikes under new ownership

              Submitted by 303cycling on January 15th, 2016

              The new year has brought new ownership for Full Cycle Bikes, which has stores on University Hill and in downtown Boulder… Read more

              • New Year’s (Bike) Resolution: Skillz!

                Submitted by 303cycling on January 14th, 2016

                Every off-season is a chance to work on your weaknesses. Coach Alison Powers reminds us that the off-season is the perfect time for cones in a parking lot, time on a fixie, getting out of our comfort zones… Read more

                • Experiencing CX Nat’s Withdrawals? Heckle Hill Video

                  Submitted by 303cycling on January 13th, 2016

                  3 Minutes of Heckle Hill video from the Industry Male and Female Race #CXnats
                  “Suck it up! Suck it up!” Read more

                  • From the Front Lines: Katie Macarelli reports from CX Nationals

                    Submitted by 303cycling on January 9th, 2016

                    303 checked in with Feedback Sports’ Katie Macarelli this morning, and learned what is happening down in Asheville, North Carolina at Cyclocross Nationals:

                    “We’ve been uber busy. People are loving the Omnium,” She says… “The women’s race was rad. Everyone is awesome. Overall, Asheville is killing it as a venue…
                    Georgia Gould – who announced all the women’s races – heckled me as she was announcing my race. That was fun. She said something like, ‘She ought to do more biking, and less baking. Her winning banana bread isn’t helping her race any.’ ” … Read more

                    • Legally Speaking: What to do if you’re hit by a car

                      Submitted by 303cycling on January 6th, 2016

                      From Velo News:

                      Picture this: You are riding along on your regular training route and nearly home. The light is green ahead, so you stand up on the pedals. If you make that one, you will make the next three. You clear the first light. Sweet — Now you will be home in three minutes! Then, it happens. Someone pulls out from a driveway as though you are invisible. You are knocked to the roadway… Before anything like this happens to you, let me walk you through what you need to know when confronted with this situation… Read more