• Katie Macarelli’s Legs Featured in Bicycling

    Submitted by 303cycling on July 2nd, 2016

    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

    • Tour de France Preview: Fairly unprepared Midwestern boys ride the course

      Submitted by 303cycling on July 1st, 2016

      On the eve of this year’s Tour, a look back at a bucket list trip over the high cols of the French Alps
      This year marks the decade anniversary of that time I threw up a little bit in my mouth while riding up Alpe d’Huez. It was barely a third of the way up the climb, on our third day of hard riding. I’d lost the wheel of my buddy Brian, was feeling bonky, and pedaling… Read more

      • Friday Feels: Tour of California – Rally Custom Bikes benefit Children’s Foundation

        Submitted by 303cycling on May 20th, 2016

        Rally Cycling custom painted bikes benefiting the UnitedHealthcare Children’s Foundation. Emerson Oronte and Sam Wiebe discuss the project… Read more

        • A History Lesson: Bob Cook Memorial Mt Evans Hill Climb

          Submitted by 303cycling on April 1st, 2016

          The Bob Cook Memorial Mt Evans Hill Climb is an iconic bicycle race that takes place on the highest paved road in the United States – 14,264 feet above sea level. It was run for the first time in 1962, and has run consecutively, with the exception of 3 times, so this is considered the 51st year of the event! The race was renamed in 1981 in honor of five-time race winner Bob Cook, who died of cancer at the age of 23.

          One of the most challenging events in the country, it has a rich and inspiring history.

          With both Gran Fondo and USA Cycling Categories, if it’s not on your bucket list, it should be. Read more

          • Friday Fun: Katie Macarelli is the very definition

            Submitted by 303cycling on March 25th, 2016

            From Bicycle Colorado

            ‘A lifestyle I truly believe in’: member spotlight on Katie Macarelli

            I’ve been blown off roads, I’ve been chased by cars and dogs. I’ve had lovely conversations with construction workers. I’ve high-fived the UPS guy getting out of his van. I’ve cleaned up blood from myself and my kids. I’ve been lost. I’ve cried on the bike. I’ve whooped for my daughters as they led me to the grocery store, following all the rules of the road… Read more

            • Coming Soon: Golden Bike Library

              Submitted by 303cycling on March 25th, 2016

              Goldenites and visitors will soon have a new way to cruise around town when the Golden Bike Library is launched this summer.

              Partnering with the Golden Visitor’s Center, the Golden Optimists, RTD, the Jefferson County public health department and several Golden bike shops, the city will launch its bike library on June 22 — when the state celebrates Bike to Work Day. Read more

              • Friday Fun: Watch for Wildlife

                Submitted by 303cycling on March 11th, 2016

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                • Trail Adventures: Fat Bike Demo Experience

                  Submitted by 303cycling on February 12th, 2016

                  Adventurer and Triathlete Erin Trail heads to the snow-packed byways on a demo fat bike and tells us all about it.
                  “First, I had a bit of panic because I was riding a bike on snow, which felt WRONG. Then, once that feeling subsided, a bunch of happiness hit me because I was riding outside, on a trail, in winter. I haven’t ridden on a trail since October…” Read more