• Fun Mountain Bike Racing This Coming Weekend in Castle Rock

    Submitted by Bill Plock on September 10th, 2020

    Racing is only 3 days away. We will be marking course on Saturday afternoon so come on out and join us. Once again, the venue will be similar to last time and is a very friendly, safe and spaced out venue. The start area will be plenty large and allows for proper staging separation. Once again, due to popular demand (not), the finish line will be at the top of the steep dirt road and you can roll into a big grassy meadow at the completion of the race. Registration is at the “Mill House” and will be setup with one-way foot traffic to get your number plate and other product from our friends at Hammer Nutrition. The venue is perfect for all of us to spread out.  Read more

    • Letter From Colorado High School Cycling League on Upcoming Season–Season of Solidarity

      Submitted by Bill Plock on July 16th, 2020

      The Colorado League Board of Directors and staff have met regularly to evaluate the COVID-19 trends across the country and region and the impacts on the format of the 2020 Fall Season. The health and safety of our riders, families, staff, volunteers, partners, and host communities is our number one priority. With this unwavering focus, it is clear that a viable race season is not possible or responsible. A 12-week program of “Singletrack Solidarity” challenges and contests including several traditional acknowledgments is planned. These will reinforce our mission of empowering youth to foster healthy habits, maintain positive social connections, build community, and instill championship characteristics on and off the bike. See below for more information on the program. Read more

      • Four Day Mountain Bike Challenge, Large Prize Purse, Pikes Peak and Colorado Springs in 2020

        Submitted by Bill Plock on October 1st, 2019

        With the trail system here in the Pikes Peak region, Colorado Springs deserves to be an internationally recognized endurance sports destination. Read more

        • New Snowmass Chase set a High Bar for Colorado High School Mountain Bike Races

          Submitted by Bill Plock on September 23rd, 2019

          The Colorado High School Cycling League has become an economic breath of fresh air at the end of the summer season for these destination locations that have to create their own activity in the summer to keep the locals employed and the business owners in business. Read more

          • 1369 High School Mountain Bikers Kick off Season

            Submitted by Bill Plock on September 12th, 2019

            Colorado League entered the tenth year of building strong minds, bodies, and character through inclusivity and equality. Read more

            • Colorado Woman Helps Start Zambia’s First Pro Cycling Team

              Submitted by 303cycling on May 23rd, 2019

              The four members of Zambia’s female pro cycling team hope to compete inernationally and spread a nationwide love for the sport. From Elevation OutdoorsBy Jessi Hackett Zambia Rising Southeastern Zambia is well known for its picturesque safaris, with herds ofRead 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 roadRead More

                • Life Time Fitness Acquires Dirty Kanza

                  Submitted by 303cycling on September 27th, 2018

                  Owner of the Dirty Kanza  gravel race announced that the event has been purchased by Life Time, the fitness chain that also owns the Leadville 100 mountain bike race and the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival. Read more

                  • High School Mountain Bike Racers Swarm Frisco to Play in the Dirt

                    Submitted by Alison Freeman on September 3rd, 2018

                    The 9th season of the Colorado High School Cycling League race series opened with the Frisco Bay Invitational. A swarm of 1,178 student-athletes gathered at the Frisco Adventure Park to test their singletrack skills on a 6.3-mile course. The Town of Frisco’s Peninsula Recreation Area (PRA) is one of a handful of venues capable of handling the growing size of the races. The venue offers spectators expansive viewing options from the start line to the series of switchbacks where lots of action was observed into the finish. Read more