• Gov. Hickenlooper announces 16 highest priority trail projects

    Submitted by Dana Willett on January 20th, 2016

    DENVER — Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016 — Gov. John Hickenlooper today announced the state’s highest priority trail projects as part of Colorado the Beautiful’s “16 in 2016” initiative highlighted in his State of the State address last week.

    The projects represent the state’s 16 most important trail gaps, missing trail segments and unbuilt trails, and reach from the Front Range to southwestern Colorado. Identification of these 16 trails is designed to build upon strong existing support and partnerships to push them to completion… Read more

    • Women’s Wednesday: Cheri Felix gets Fat

      Submitted by Dana Willett on January 20th, 2016

      Never in my life have I ridden so slow and worked so hard.

      I had not been “actively” thinking about racing a fat bike. And by that I mean I had not been my usual self about it; obsessive. And then I was. Brian, co-owner of Boulder Bicycle Works texted on Friday and asked if I was planning to race in Fraser the next day. Before I could respond he texted five magic words; I’ll bring you a bike. A carbon LaMere to be precise. Okay, twist my arm. I’ll do it… Read more

      • 303’s Weekly Spin: January 8-15, 2016

        Submitted by Dana Willett on January 16th, 2016

        Check out our latest weekly news recap for this past week! Read more

        • Colorado Bikeaholics: Passionate Colorado Cyclists

          Submitted by Dana Willett on January 15th, 2016

          It seems pretty obvious when we pass pelotons of cyclists covered in layers of high tech fabrics dodging small amounts of snow and gravel that Colorado has lots of serious cyclists… heck, maybe not even serious – just lots of enthusiasts. And of course not only cyclists, but triathletes and runners, hikers and skiers, climbers and… the list of activities Coloradans enjoy on a regular basis is long.

          But some folks like data. We want proof that what we see is true. There are so many ways to prove that Colorado loves cyclists and cyclists love Colorado … Read more