• The perfect “trunk” for your bike: Burley Nomad Review

    Submitted by 303cycling on July 8th, 2016

    Ever wish that you had a “trunk” for your bike? The Burley Nomad serves just such a purpose! Connected at the rear hub, I was a bit skeptical at first… Read more

    • Don’t Get Stuck, Be a Hero

      Submitted by 303cycling on July 4th, 2016

      In monsoon-soaked Crested Butte last week, I had the chance to visit with Jason Berv, inventor of the Hero Kit.

      The Hero Kit is a small, lightweight, ready-made packet of what you need to get home when your bike components fail… Read more

      • Hundreds of Tacks Placed on Deer Creek Canyon roads

        Submitted by 303cycling on July 4th, 2016

        Hundreds of tacks strewn on popular road for cyclists

        Sunday morning, one after another, cyclists on a road in Jefferson County found themselves stopped in their tracks by flat tires…. Read more

        • Katie Macarelli’s Legs Featured in Bicycling

          Submitted by 303cycling on July 2nd, 2016

          Bicycling.com asks cyclists, “What Do Your Cycling Legs Say About You?” Meaty Pillars Of Strength. Chicken Legs. Adventure Makers. Cyclists have a unique relationship with our legs. Six riders tell us what theirs mean to them. Meaty Pillars of Strength Avid commuter and cyclocross racer Katie Macarelli shares Sarah’s sense of pride and, with characteristicRead More

          • Winter Park: Rendezvous Mountain Bike Capital USA

            Submitted by 303cycling on July 1st, 2016

            Rendezvous Mountain Bike Capital USA™ Weekend in Winter Park, July 9-10 Winter Park has been dubbed Mountain Bike Capital USA™ for good reason. For one, the terrain.There over 600 miles of trails for heart-thumping epic singletrack adventures and two outstanding bike parks for gravity-fed adrenaline. With trails easily accessible from town and the resorts, it’sRead More