“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these coureurs from the swift completion of their appointed laps.” Or something like that. Isn’t that the cyclist’s creed? It certainly got put to the test last weekend in Littleton. Plenty of rain and some delays, but in the end all of the events took place. Thanks Chip Brunk and Physio Racing for once again putting on the biggest criterium in the state. It was part of the USA Crits series, and as such brought top pro riders in from around the country. Read more
We caught up Rueben Kline, Race Director of the Golden Gran Fondo held August 28th. It starts in downtown Golden and takes riders on historic roads and some that many may not have experienced like Gap road between Golden GateRead More
It’s not too late to join one of America’s most iconic rides. You can join the Gran Fondo, get a jersey and a medal and ride a bit more leisurely or you can join the race and compete with those in your age group. Registration ends Wednesday, July 21st at noon. The ride is 28 miles and about 7,000 feet of climbing. There is a junior ride that begins at echo lake making the climb 11 miles. Click HERE to register and learn more. Read more
Although a little later in the season than usual, the umpteenth annual Frostbite TT took place this past Sunday. Riders enjoyed the best weather ever for this event, and our medical providers reported no cases of frostbite 😉
Thirty different Colorado Cycling clubs were represented on the podiums during the day, with BJC, Old School Industries, and Racer X topping the leader boards with four podiums apiece. There were five clubs that got to stand on the top podium twice during the day — Rally Sport, Palmares, ALP Cycles, Racer X, and Stages.
George Simpson (Project Echelon) set the fast time with a blistering 22:21. Julie Emmerman (Rally Sport) scorched the rest of the Pro women’s field with a 25:00. Read more
Are you looking for a quick getaway to Steamboat this weekend and want to race or join this event as a Gran Fondo? We just spoke with Corey Piscopo of the Steamboat Roubaix and while a lot of mountains are getting snow today, the roads for this race are in great condition and no snow. Racers who have been coming to ride the spectacular paved roads for the past 12 years at the Steamboat Springs Stage Race now have the Steamboat Roubaix to test their skills in spring conditions over mixed hardpack dirt and paved terrain. Read more