Ok bike people that know everything there is about the sport, I have a pop quiz for you; name the Bicycling Capital of America Read more
303’s opinion…some people may think you gotta earn your turns as they say, but this looks pretty amazing Read more
From Travel & LeisureBy Andrea Romano Grab your helmet and set out for the great outdoors. But instead of opting for a classic summer road trip, you’ll soon be able to try out something a little more challenging — like biking across the mainland United States. And soon it’s going to be easier than ever.Read More
ALS Warrior Cyclist Michael Cimbura continues to inspire. ….The BEAST, the Bootlegger and the DEATH RIDE Tour. Michael Cimbura was used to being an active semi-pro cyclist, adventuress, husband and devoted father but then he met up with the BEAST in January 2015. The BEAST being ALS – Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis better know as LouRead 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
I was a Triple Bypass virgin and was thrilled when I was offered the chance to ride it. Like a lot of things in my world, I commit with gusto but the closer I get to the said commitment I start to second guess my decision. 120 miles and three mountain passes is a hell of a long ride. Just thinking about Squaw Pass and its stupid false flats makes my legs ache and lungs burn.
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
The Denver Post Ride The Rockies (RTR) Bicycle Tour presented by Flexential, (formerly Peak10 + ViaWest) announced its 2018 tour route to an excited crowd gathered for the annual RTR Route Announcement Party held at the Cable Center on Saturday, February 3. The 2018 ride will be a loop, beginning and ending in the Front Range accessible mountain town of Breckenridge. The tour will span over six days beginning with the RTR Bike Expo on Saturday, June 9 and ending with finish line festivities on Friday, June 15.