• Phinney to compete in Colorado Classic

    Submitted by 303cycling on July 31st, 2017

    Second-place Tour de France finisher Rigoberto Uran and his Cannonade-Drapac teammate, Colorado’s Taylor Phinney — fresh off a Tour de France debut that saw him donning the King of the Mountain polka dot jersey after Stage 2 — will be among the top names in the four-day race in Colorado Springs, Breckenridge and Denver. Read more

    • What’s Your “Why?” Tell us & Win Velorama VIP Tickets!

      Submitted by 303cycling on July 25th, 2017

      Tell us your “why” and win two amazing VIP credentials to the upcoming Velorama!  Audi Flatirons shared their Why – now it’s your turn. What makes you get up early, ride in the rain, run in the snow, swim in whitecaps? When the going gets tough, what keeps you coming back for more? Give usRead More

      • Tour Italy, Race Italy, Taste Italy! Fabio Cycling Tours

        Submitted by 303cycling on July 24th, 2017

        Cycling L’Eroica & ​Granfondo Roma September 28–October 8, 2017 This 10-day tour combines two epic Italian cycling races with gourmet food from Michelin-award winning Chef Fabio Flagiello. Start by racing in the infamous L’Eroica, which celebrates cycling in its purest form – white gravel roads and retro bikes, helmets and jerseys. Plus take part inRead More

        • Tour de France final week: Why you should follow Boulder pro cyclist Taylor Phinney, currently 167th

          Submitted by Bill Plock on July 18th, 2017

          Taylor Phinney  may be the most gifted cyclist among this year’s Tour de France. Of course, being from Boulder, we at 303 might be a bit biased. Read more

          • Bob Cook Memorial Mt. Evans Hill Climb Recap, Results, Podcast, Photos

            Submitted by 303cycling on July 17th, 2017

            Story, Interviews, Photos by Rich Soares It was beautiful weather for the 52nd Annual Bob Cook Classic (Mt Evans Hill Climb). The 27.4 mile and 6500 vertical feet climb course takes competitors from Idaho Springs to the peak of Mt Evans at 14,130 feet. After collecting medals and putting on warm clothes at the top,Read More

            • Colorado state championships return to Longmont Criterium

              Submitted by 303cycling on July 8th, 2017

              From the Daily Camera The annual Longmont Criterium bicycle race is back for the 31st edition this Sunday and with it comes the return of the Colorado Senior State Championships. The Longmont Criterium served as the state championships in 2015 but lost the distinction to a race in Littleton last year. This year, however, theRead More

              • Colorado Classic announces addition of pro women’s teams

                Submitted by 303cycling on July 2nd, 2017

                Please welcome the following teams to our 2017 Colorado Classic Women’s Teams lineup: CONADE –Visit Mexico Specialized ISCorp Powered by Progress Palamares Racing Team (CO Based) The addition of these teams brings the total number of Women’s teams to compete in the 2017 Colorado Classic to 15! The Colorado Classic Women’s Race is a two-stage,Read More

                • “C” is for Climbing – Guanella Pass Climb

                  Submitted by Bill Plock on June 26th, 2017

                  I’m not a very strong climber, especially on my bike. But I endure the sweat, heavy breathing, and burning in my legs for the best part. The downhill! – Khem Suthiwan Read more

                  • Mavic Haute Route Rockies 2017: Day 1 Recap

                    Submitted by 303cycling on June 25th, 2017

                    After a goose-bump inducing rendition of the American national anthem, the 450 strong peloton teemed with anticipation as it set off from North Boulder Park on stage 1 of the inaugural Mavic Haute Route Rockies. With 66.5 miles (107km) and 6,234 feet (1,900M+) of total ascent, the climb up to Sunshine Canyon presented the mainRead More

                    • Team Rwanda to Make Historic Debut at the Colorado Classic

                      Submitted by 303cycling on June 21st, 2017

                      The inaugural Colorado Classic will feature yet another first: Team Rwanda will be competing in their first UCI-sanctioned race in the United States. Founded in 2007 by industry legend, Jock Boyer, Team Rwanda has since grown to more than 35 cyclists, both men and women, representing all levels and disciplines. Team Rwanda is now anRead More