• Notable Women in Cycling History

    Submitted by 303cycling on March 8th, 2019

    By Khem Suthiwan International Women’s Day wouldn’t be complete without recognizing a few of the leading ladies in cycling, both past and present. So many to choose from, but only so much space on the interwebs, so here are the ones who are definitely worth mentioning and sharing! Annie “Londonderry” Cohen Kopchovsky (1870-1947) Back whenRead More

    • For Some Girls, Empowerment Comes With Two Wheels and a Helmet

      Submitted by Kim Welk on September 19th, 2018

      NEWARK — The training wheels were off. The young woman with a bright smile and golden sunglasses told Kaneisha Marable she didn’t need them. The little girl believed her. Kaneisha pedaled a wobbly path up the block beside Lincoln Park. House music thumped from the stage to her left, a festival underway, but the 8-year-oldRead More

      • Hall walks away with fifth overall win of 2018

        Submitted by 303cycling on August 20th, 2018

        Following an incredibly aggressive final day of racing on Sunday, UnitedHealthcare’s Katie Hall came away with the 2018 Colorado Classic overall race victory, adding to her remarkable streak of U.S. stage race wins. Read more

        • Denver-based Palmares Racing representing at the Colorado Classic Women’s Pro Race

          Submitted by 303cycling on August 16th, 2018

          In its second year, the Colorado Classic professional road race will feature many teams from across the world, and a few from our own backyard. The ladies of Palmares Racing have returned to race on home turf and they couldn’t be more excited! Read more

          • Women’s Wednesday: Women Bike Tour de France Route

            Submitted by 303cycling on July 18th, 2018

            Only men can compete in the Tour de France — so these women are biking the route a day early Read more

            • LADIES: Dive in for Women’s Mountain Bike Day!

              Submitted by 303cycling on May 3rd, 2018

              Ladies! The day is here International Women’s MTB Day, Saturday May 5th. Sacred Rides Boulder’s Lauren Costantini shares way you can get involved. Read more

              • Biking while fat: 4 things I wish I had known when I started riding

                Submitted by 303cycling on April 27th, 2018

                I know the word ‘fat’ makes some of you uncomfortable, but that is what I am: a fat woman who loves bikes. As such, my past four years of falling in love with two-wheeled adventures has come with its own challenges on and off the bike. And so I’ve decided to share my bits of wisdom with all of you, my fellow fatties, chubby people and plus size cyclists.
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                • The 2018 Colorado Classic Women’s Race Expands to Four Stages

                  Submitted by 303cycling on April 27th, 2018

                  For the 2018 Colorado Classic, the women will race two stages in Vail and two stages in Denver. The women’s race is part of USA Cycling’s Pro Road Tour (PRT) calendar. Read more

                  • IMBA Launches #womensmtbday to Celebrate Women Who Ride

                    Submitted by 303cycling on April 25th, 2018

                    The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) has announced the creation of International Women’s Mountain Biking Day, Saturday May 5, 2018. Mark your calendars and find out how you can join in the celebration! Read more

                    • Women’s Wednesday: Saudi Arabian Women Get Their First-Ever Bike Race

                      Submitted by 303cycling on April 25th, 2018

                      Earlier this month, 47 women stood with their bikes on the starting line to make history in Saudi Arabia. Five years after the country officially decreed that women could legally ride bicycles—albeit only for recreation, in parks, if dressed modestly, and with a male guardian present—an intrepid group of riders lined up for their first-ever public race: a 10-kilometer circuit in Al Jawhara Stadium in the Red Sea city of Jeddah. Read more