While riding north today on 75th Street in Hygiene a fellow cyclist approached, telling me about an incident recently on Rabbit Mountain. She said she had been openly taunted and harassed by a man in a pickup truck, and fearedRead More
Today the Wall Street Journal reported, “Last Lap for U.S. Bike idol Evelyn Stevens – At the end of this season, the 33-year-old American plans to say goodbye to professional racing…” Boulder Coach Neal Henderson posted, “It’s been a greatRead More
[Boulder, CO] – The Amy D. Foundation and Stan’s NoTubes Elite Cyclocross announces an exciting new collaboration which will provide continued support for rising star Rebecca (Becca) Fahringer in the 2016-2017 cyclocross season. The Amy D. Foundation has previously collaboratedRead More
Front Range companies head to Rio – Many of our local favorites will be headed to the Olympics, including Stages Cycling, Polar Bottle, Revo Physiotherapy, Training Peaks, Pearl Izumi, Black Lab Sports, and Stryd. From the Daily Camera/Times-Call Four minutesRead More
In case you missed this gem earlier in the week… And that’s a wrap! Now that the Tour is over the Team Sky boys meet their Minis and get asked the tough questions.
Denver, CO. — Chandler Smith, long-time Director of Ride The Rockies, has announced his departure from the organization, effective October 31st, after ten years of employment. At the conclusion of his tenure, Smith will have managed fourteen cycling events forRead More
In case you missed the segment at the Tour de France, here’s Feedback Sports founder, Doug Hudson with Robbie Ventura. Find out why World Tour teams choose the Sprint work stand and the Omnium portable trainer.
On the eve of this year’s Tour, a look back at a bucket list trip over the high cols of the French Alps
This year marks the decade anniversary of that time I threw up a little bit in my mouth while riding up Alpe d’Huez. It was barely a third of the way up the climb, on our third day of hard riding. I’d lost the wheel of my buddy Brian, was feeling bonky, and pedaling… Read more
This series of European-style stage races is coming to the U.S., and the Colorado Rockies will host the first event in 2017.
This past week a select group of a dozen pre-rode the stages to work out logistics like feed zones, traffic, and the best “breath-taking” routes.
Featured here on 303Radio, Road Bike Action Magazine Editor Neil Shirley checks in after day 3 of the Rocky Mountain Haute Route test ride. The first stage is in Boulder, and the entire route will be announced next month… Read more