• The 2018 Colorado Classic Women’s Race Expands to Four Stages

    Submitted by 303cycling on April 27th, 2018

    For the 2018 Colorado Classic, the women will race two stages in Vail and two stages in Denver. The women’s race is part of USA Cycling’s Pro Road Tour (PRT) calendar. Read more

    • Pro bicycle racing returns to its roots in Vail with the Colorado Classic

      Submitted by 303cycling on March 22nd, 2018

      The second annual Colorado Classic — a UCI-sanctioned 2.HC race (the highest category outside of World Tour races) featuring the sport’s top men and women professionals — will be held Aug. 16-19, 2018, with exciting courses that provide fan-friendly spectating opportunities. Stage 1 on Aug. 16 will be a circuit course through Vail Village and Stage 2 will put riders on the legendary mountain time trial course between Vail Village and the Vail Pass summit. Read more

      • Haute Route Announces 2018 Route for Mavic Haute Route Rockies

        Submitted by 303cycling on March 12th, 2018

        Haute Route, the world’s most prestigious multi-day event series for amateur cyclists, today announced the route for the second edition of the Mavic Haute Route Rockies.  Read more

        • Haute Route Names World Bicycle Relief as a Designated Charity Partner for All North American Events in 2018

          Submitted by 303cycling on February 16th, 2018

          Haute Route, the most prestigious multi-day event series for amateur cycling worldwide, is adding global nonprofit World Bicycle Relief as a designated charity partner for all North American events in 2018. Haute Route participants are encouraged to fundraise for World Bicycle Relief as part of their experience. All funds will go toward providing bicycles to people in developing countries where distance is a barrier to education, healthcare and economic empowerment. Read more

          • Women’s Wednesday: Ending the Season

            Submitted by 303cycling on January 3rd, 2018

            By Becky Furuta The cab driver was visibly annoyed. The roads were so thick with cars and scooters, people and bicycles, that one could hardly see the charcoal tarmac of the city street below. He clearly conveyed that making a U-turn to access the other side of the avenue would be a near impossibility, andRead More