• Video: Boulder’s North Trail Study Area / North Sky Trail

    Submitted by 303cycling on May 17th, 2016

    Watch to learn more about Boulder’s North Trail Study Area plan and the incredible North Sky Trail. Here’s what you can do to help: Read more

    • Trail Adventures: COMBA Beginner Mountain Bike Rides

      Submitted by 303cycling on May 16th, 2016

      I’m a relatively new mountain bike rider – I learned last season and discovered that while it’s REALLY hard, it’s also REALLY fun. I’m always looking for ways to improve, so when I saw the COMBA Beginner Mountain Bike event on Facebook, I JUMPED on the opportunity. As an added bonus, BikeSource was there with FREE demo bikes and a post-ride offering of Upslope beers and burgers. Did I mention that this was free and a COMBA membership isn’t required to participate?

      This event is PERFECT for beginners (and even beginner-intermediates). And with the free demo bikes, it’s a FANTASTIC opportunity for those of you who are curious about mountain biking to try it without actually owning a bike…

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      • Colo Bike Expo Features Yeti Beti Bike Demo & Skills Clinic

        Submitted by 303cycling on April 28th, 2016

        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…

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        • Women’s Wednesday: Cheri Felix Measures Up

          Submitted by 303cycling on April 27th, 2016

          I’m getting ready to go to Fruita to ride with the girls for three days. With 9 kids between us, we really relish only needing to feed ourselves. Looking after ourselves. But things that can be deliciously fun can also go bad. Really fast… Read more

          • Giddyup: The Making of Golden’s First Mountain Bike Event

            Submitted by 303cycling on April 19th, 2016

            Photo courtesy of Golden Giddyup
            The question came up after the floods in 2013, after all the damage in Jefferson County was assessed, and after a core network trails were closed to mountain bikes for too long in the eyes of many. It came after tough conversations about trail usage and maintenance and stewardship. And it came after talk of restrictions and limitations that did not sit well with the people who ride those trails the most. Read more