• 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 road cycling institutions like Copper Triangle, Elephant Rock and Tour of the Moon with brand newRead More

    • Colorado Classic To Feature Only Women Pro cyclists in 2019

      Submitted by Kim Welk on December 11th, 2018

      2019 Colorado Classic Becomes Women’s-Only Pro Cycling RaceThe 2019 Colorado Classic, August 22-25, will be the only UCI standalone women’s stage race in the Western hemisphere; raising the bar with quadrupled prize purse, team stipends, live streaming and longer, more challenging routes(DENVER, CO—DECEMBER 11, 2018)​​— The 2019 ​Colorado Classic​ will become the only women’s stand-aloneRead More

      • Rapha Boulder signs on as a major sponsor of Old Man Winter Rally

        Submitted by 303cycling on November 1st, 2018

        Cycling lifestyle brand grows their heritage of creating two-wheeled adventures through support of this Colorado winter epic. Read more

        • Mannion secures monumental win

          Submitted by 303cycling on August 21st, 2018

          The pace was frenetic over the last few kilometers of the 2018 Colorado Classic on Sunday, but team UnitedHealthcare stayed on top of it as Gavin Mannion secured the biggest victory of his career. Read 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

            • Colorado’s Hecht takes early lead and scores astonishing first major win

              Submitted by 303cycling on August 17th, 2018

              Riding in only his second 2.HC-rated cycling race, 20-year-old Gage Hecht (Aevolo) landed a huge victory in Stage 1 of the 2018 Colorado Classic here Thursday. 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

                • The DK100 – 2018

                  Submitted by 303cycling on June 20th, 2018

                  How do we get into these things?  What were we thinking? This time it was late fall 2017.  A friend that had fallen in love with cyclocross season started to look into gravel riding and decided we needed to do this too.  I borrowed a bike from her and we went for a ride. It was fun, it was different. Let’s give it a try. The Dirty Kanza Events are lottery driven and no guaranteed entries.  We put together teams so that we could all go or not go and not leave anyone behind. We registered when the lottery opened and waited for lottery day in January. Read more

                  • Iron Horse Bicycle Classic – A Must Do Colorado Event!

                    Submitted by 303cycling on June 6th, 2018

                    The Iron Horse Bicycle Classic started out as a race between two brothers, Tom and Jim Mayer, with a Baby Ruth candy bar as the winner’s prize. Jim worked as a brakeman for the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad, which ran the steam powered locomotive between Durango and Silverton. Tom was a young cyclist who grew up near the train tracks to Silverton. Read more

                    • Kids and Sports: Why My Kids Aren’t Allowed To Accept Participation Trophies

                      Submitted by 303cycling on June 5th, 2018

                      On June 29th, I spent more than seven hours on my bike riding with my eighteen year old son Alex. We were riding from Snowmass to Crested Butte Village in Colorado. We rode about 170 kilometers and climbed almost 10,000 feet together. It may sound like a lot of riding and climbing, but in the grand scheme of things, it was just another day on the bike. To be more precise: ‘It was just another day out of seven long days of the Mavic Haute Route Rockies.’ Read more