BOULDER — Organizers of Boulder’s Walk & Bike Month are seeking volunteers for the 60+ events planned in June. Read more
The Primal Colorado Bike Expo is thrilled to announce our musical line-up. On Friday and Saturday, these local bands will get your feet moving in our ViaWest Beer Garden. See the line-up and band highlights below for more information! Read more
UPDATE! The “Amos” took the win – here is the video recap by 5280 Elite! Read more
From the outside looking in, the field of the Red Hook Crit somewhat resembles a swarming cluster of undetonated torpedoes, lurking and looking to target the front of the race. It’s all power and fury, rigid and taut, comprised of pieces and parts that don’t really bend.
When the lead race moto stalled not even thirty seconds into the men’s final on Saturday night, in the middle of the road, just past a tight right hand corner, those pieces and parts broke… Read more
Tuck this lil’ buddy away until next year, because Sea Otter 2016 is a wrap!!
Upon getting back to Colorado, many people who’ve never attended Sea Otter ask what it’s like. The usual reply that you’ll get from any company that HAS been there is this: “It’s so much better than Interbike.” Don’t get us wrong. Interbike is great for many reasons. But Sea Otter is…
Colorado Bike Expo: Yeti Beti Bike Demo and VIDA Basic Mountain Bike Skills Clinic Powered by Wheat Ridge Cyclery
Friday, May 13, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
As part of the 303 Women’s Events agenda, Yeti Bikes and Wheat Ridge Cyclery are offering demo rides and a women’s MTB skills clinic…
Come see the amazing high-flying, on the ground trick Yellow Design Stunt Team performing masters at the Primal Colorado Bike Expo on May 14th, 2016 at Sports Authority Field.
Also, the Strider Learn to Ride Clinic is set for three times at the Primal Colorado Bike Expo: Saturday 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm. At this clinic kids 6 and under will get instruction on how to balance, rules of the road, helmet safety and more!
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By 303 Ambassador Erin Trail
RaceCO founder Kyle Sipes was inspired to create a grassroots mountain bike race series that would be fun for racers and spectators alike. He moved to Colorado from California and was inspired to create the Race the MAC series, based on his experience as a participant in a grassroots mountain bike race in Irvine, California. In looking at the Colorado racing scene, he noticed that most series were based in the central Front Range (Golden/Boulder) and that the races catered only to the racer’s experience. His idea was to bring a racing festival to the southern Metro Denver area… Read more
By Cheri Felix
Running. Two years ago I was holding steady with my personal statement about running; I’m not running unless someone is chasing me. And that someone better be scary and trying to take my coffee away from me. But then something happened and I can’t even remember what it was exactly. It’s like that old couple when they get asked about how they met and they’re a little bit foggy about the details but they can remember the love and the chemistry.
I think it started with cyclocross. . . Read more