As a cyclist, are you looking to get better results when you ride? Maybe you’re aiming to get a competitive edge, increase your uphill power, or improve your performance on sprints.
Whatever your goals are, resistance training with bands will be the key to unlocking next-level performance. Read more
Bike Review: The Guerrilla Gravity Smash and Best Day of the Year–Adventures and Gear, Colorado StyleSubmitted by Bill Plock on November 23rd, 2020
Guerrilla Gravity was established in 2011 making welded aluminum travel-heavy bikes at 2031 Bryant Street, right by Mile High Stadium or whatever it’s called this year. It was a curious design when compared with the white-hot carbon fiber beauties these folks are cranking out today. The organic transition from a weld and build shop to one that builds and manufactures their own carbon fiber. A rarity in the cycling world.
Guerrilla Gravity’s mission statement is simple “Make mountain biking more awesome”. From what I experienced after 4 days on their top selling “Smash” they have executed mission critical goals. Read more
Looking for a holiday gift for the bike packing or gravel riding enthusiast on your gift giving list? Read this review of the Mag-Tank 2000 by Revelate Designs and check out the other frame bags and accessories in their product line. Read more
303Cycling stopped by to say hi to the folks at Optic Nerve. Independently owned and operated right here in Colorado for over 40 years, Optic Nerve is a leader in the sunglass industry. Check out their story below and product review by 303Cycling Ambassador, Cheri Felix Read more
With so many vacuum insulated bottles on the market, finding one that doesn’t leak during your morning commute is like discovering sliced bread for the first time. Well, look no further because I found the perfect one, especially if you commute by bike. Read more
Although written towards triathletes, this book hits on the important pillars of any discipline. The Four Pillars of Triathlon by Will Murray and Craig Howie, will add an invaluable tool to your shed. Read more
By Alison Freeman
One light – every possible scenario covered. Need a daytime running light for really, really long rides on country roads? Check. Need a super bright flood light for nighttime bike commuting? Check. Need to change the brightness of your light on the fly as the sun rises? CHECK! The CR900 Front Light by Ravemen has you covered for every biking option out there.
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