• Boulder’s Premier Cycling Coach: A Day in the Life of Neal Henderson

    Submitted by 303cycling on February 24th, 2016

    From Coach Neal Henderson’s Diary:
    USA Cycling track camp in Los Angeles one day, Hour Record preparation in Colorado Springs the next. Then onto London for the world track championships. What day is it? Where am I? Ah, it doesn’t matter. Just keep pushing forward. That’s what I keep telling myself. Here’s a sneak peek at a day in the life, and beyond, during what’s been a very busy February… Read more

    • 36 Cyclist Hit UPDATE: CSP Flyer seeking vehicle info

      Submitted by 303cycling on February 21st, 2016

      The Colorado State Patrol has issued a flyer seeking information on the hit-and-run with a photo of the type of vehicle… Read more

      • MTB Trails (& events) coming to Parker – Rueter-Hess Res

        Submitted by 303cycling on February 21st, 2016

        303 Triathlon Ambassador Erin Trail attended the first Rueter-Hess Reservoir Open House at Parker Town Hall on February 17, 2016, with the goal of learning more about recreational opportunities that may be offered. What she learned is very encouraging and exciting for the cycling & multisport community…

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        • Garage Overhaul: How to best store bikes & gear

          Submitted by 303cycling on February 19th, 2016

          This past fall we moved our family of seven – two driving, skiing, debris-trailing teenagers; three large 80-pound, kibbel-eating-and-forever-pooping dogs; “never-throw-anything-away” fix-it-handyman husband; and me – multisport enthusiast with n+1 bikes, seeking order and an indoor parking spot.

          For the first time we had a three car garage, and the possibility to finally organize all the STUFF while at the same time carving out actual protected parking space. But I knew I couldn’t do it alone. I rung up my old pal Katie Macarelli at Feedback Sports, and said, “I need not only to figure out proper hooks on which to hang my bikes, but I need advice on what to put where, and a swift kick in the backside to get it all done…”

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          • Meet Scott Downes

            Submitted by 303cycling on February 18th, 2016

            303 Welcomes New Contributor Scott Downes!

            And You May Ask Yourself, How Did I Get Here?
            By Scott Downes

            The first time I remember being on a bike was in the driveway of the house where I grew up, on a winding street off a county road a few miles outside of that Indiana town. A simple, silver-colored Huffy with red grips, I wobbled at first, uneasy with the balance and pedal action. There were stops and starts and spills, for sure. Soon enough though, it was another appendage that brought seemingly endless freedom… Read more

            • USA Pro Challenge won’t race in 2016

              Submitted by 303cycling on February 12th, 2016

              Organizers call it a pause, say they will keep looking for new owners — and expansion opportunities

              The USA Pro Challenge will not happen this year… Read more

              • NEW! Oz Road Race by Without Limits

                Submitted by 303cycling on February 11th, 2016

                The OZ Road Race – Colorado’s newest and longest road race in history

                This past winter has been a busy one for many in the Cycling industry. 303 has entered a new era and just announced its partnership with BikeState38, the Boulder Bike & Brew Festival is undergoing some soon-to-be-announced changes, meanwhile BRAC and local race directors are breaking bread and talking on a regular basis. One of the biggest changes to emerge from these cold winter months is the announcement of a brand new road race set to take place on May 7th, 2016 – welcome to OZ! 303 caught up with Without Limits Race Director Lance Panigutti to get the inside scoop. Read more

                • Colorado Bike Summit Recap

                  Submitted by 303cycling on February 9th, 2016

                  What is your vision for the best biking experience possible in Colorado? Is it having safe, designated roads to help you bike to work? Perhaps it’s having trails and roads seamlessly connected and well-marked to make travel to other cities and regions easier. Maybe it’s simply riding in the dirt for fun, or climbing through our hundreds of miles of mountainous roads.

                  Leaders from all levels converged yesterday at the Colorado Bike Summit hosted by Bicycle Colorado and presented by Primal. . . Read more

                  • 2016 – KHMTT Registration opens early

                    Submitted by David on February 8th, 2016

                    The COBRAS, the organizers of the KHMTT have announced that they have opened up registration for the KHMTT series early this year. Read more

                    • 303cycling, 303Triathlon Partner with BikeState38

                      Submitted by 303cycling on February 4th, 2016

                      We at 303 have long admired the terrific work of Chandler Smith and Scotty Olmsted at BikeState38, so we are super honored to put our logos next to theirs in this joint venture.

                      Here’s the official news release – together, we will work to serve Colorado’s cycling & multisport communities, with even more talent at the helm… Read more