• Gloria Liu discusses #MeToo, and her cycling climb to confront her past abuse

    Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 20th, 2017

    “If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me Too’ as a status, we might be able to get a sense of the magnitude of the problem.” This message, accompanied by the hashtag #MeToo, started trending on social media on Sunday night, with over 30,000 people, mostly women, joining the campaign. This is one rider’s “me too” story. Read more

    • Women’s Wednesday – Women In Sport Enrichment (WISE)

      Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 4th, 2017

      Written by Cheri Felix

      Ann Trombley believes in helping women to excel in their sport which is why she created WISE (Women in Sports Enrichment). Ann is building on her own experience as an athlete and hopes to encourage women to continue to show up and line up. Ann came up with WISE because she believes when the financial stress is alleviated, women and girls can focus on training and competition. Read more

      • Women’s Off-Road Cycling Congress launches in CO; industry report due December 2017

        Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 27th, 2017

        Women’s Off-Road Cycling Congress unifies consumer voices; report to industry slated for December 2017

        Meet-up opens dialogue with female mountain bikers of every experience level about how the industry can improve performance Read more

        • Women’s Wednesday – Cyclocross Racing: The Cross of Life

          Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 13th, 2017

          I’ve buried two parents and survived worse things. There’s no race I can’t get through. That’s not to say that life doesn’t have more curve balls for me. Of course it does. And by now you’re either wondering if this is a metaphor or if,å like Dorothy, this has all been a dream. And I’ve proved to myself that my pain and suffering is entirely temporary and every time I suffer through something whether it’s a race or a death or finding out my dad wasn’t my bio dad after all, that’s when this muscle memory I have seems to get stronger.  Read more

          • Women’s Wednesday: The Best Lessons are Learned on the Bike

            Submitted by Jen Findley on August 23rd, 2017

            With most schools back in session, many of us parents have reflected on our kids growing up. Katie Macarelli shares a parenting moment. Read more

            • Women’s Wednesday: Where the Sidewalk Ends – Bike Commuting with Katie Macarelli

              Submitted by Dana Willett on August 9th, 2017

              By Katie Macarelli It’s no surprise that I dislike driving my car. I loathe driving it to work. Today the plan was to drop off the car at a somewhat sketchy (but reliable) Subaru service shop for a routine oil change. It’s only about 1.5 miles from our office…but it’s along a dangerous strip ofRead More

              • Becky Furuta on Body Image – You’re only “too heavy” if you let your fears weigh you down.

                Submitted by Dana Willett on June 1st, 2017

                By Novo Nordisk Pro Cyclist Becky Furuta Walking into Primal Wear Headquarters in Cherry Creek a month ago to talk to a room full of women about cycling and nutrition, I was reminded that there is never a moment in the life of a woman when “size” and “shape” cease to be relevant. I entertainedRead More

                • Colorado’s Toughest Criterium in Lafayette – Race Recap

                  Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on May 19th, 2017

                  Colorado’s Toughest Criterium in Lafayette – don’t let the title fool you. Was it tough? Definitely! Was it doable? Absolutely! As a first-time crit racer, I found the course and racers to be extremely enjoyable. If you’re considering dipping your toe into road racing, the Lafayette Crit is definitely one to put on your calendar for next year!
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                  • Women’s Wednesday: The “C” Word.

                    Submitted by Nicole Odell on April 5th, 2017

                    by Cheri Felix Something has been a bee in my bonnet for some time now and while I am pretty sure anyone who reads this is “my choir” I thought I’d share. Perhaps it will be a public service announcement. And a warning. Last year we women at 303 were exposed to what amounts toRead More

                    • Women’s Wednesday: Alison Dunlap MTB Clinics

                      Submitted by Jen Findley on March 29th, 2017

                      Are you looking to improve your mountain biking skills this summer? Looking to develop additional skills and make friends along the way? Consider a weekend mountain biking skills camp! 303 Cycling Ambassador Erin Trail talked to Alison Dunlap about her Adventure Camps. ~~~~~~~~~~ Erin:  Who can benefit from your camps? Alison:  Anyone, from skilled toRead More