From the Daily Camera
A University of Colorado Boulder student broke her arm after falling while mountain biking at Hall Ranch Open Space in Boulder County on Tuesday. Read more
Colorado Springs’ Borealis Fat Bikes gets investment from former world champion skier on CNBC’s “Adventure Capitalists”Submitted by 303cycling on November 15th, 2017
From The Denver Post
Borealis Fat Bikes looked good to all four investors on CNBC’s “Adventure Capitalists.” But when offers came from skiers Bode Miller and Jeremy Bloom, Colorado Springs entrepreneur Steve Kaczmarek took the deal from his home state, selling a 25 percent stake in his Colorado to Bloom. Read more
For the second time this year, Backcountry Lifeline and The 139 Fund are teaming up to give away a sweet bike, gear, and first aid kits. All funds go to The 139 Fund, which helps support BCLL’s ongoing efforts in mountain bike safety. For just a $10 donation, participants can win a Specialized Levo Comp 6Fattie! Read more
Amid swelled interest and participation, non-sanctioned Colorado high school sports carve out their own culture and successSubmitted by 303cycling on October 19th, 2017
Since its inception in 2010, the Colorado High School Cycling League has provided athletes around the state the chance to compete in mountain biking. The league has since burgeoned to more than 1,400 participants — a growth that has continually spurred a debate among its constituents as to whether the sport could, and should, be sanctioned by the Colorado High School Activities Association. Read more
El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Daniel Nations, 31, was arrested in Woodland Park and may be tied to the threats made near Mt. Herman Rd. Read more
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
A killer remains at large as the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office confirms a homicide investigation is underway in the Mount Herman Road area.
Monday afternoon, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office announced the body found over the weekend in the area was indeed 61-year-old Tim Watkins, a mountain biker who went missing on Sept. 14.
The sheriff’s office confirmed Watkins was shot. Read more
The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office has now ruled a suspicious death near Palmer Lake a homicide. Read more
Hundreds gathered outside Palmer Lake Town Hall Sunday night to remember Tim Watkins.
Watkins was reported missing after no one had seen or heard from him since Thursday, when he left to go cycling near Mount Herman. Read more