• Tour de Ladies Continues to Grow in 2017

    Submitted by Jen Findley on February 14th, 2017

    Registration is open for the 2017 Tour de Ladies, Women’s Only Colorado bike tour. With the addition of a 13 mile ride, amazing SAG and some other great new changes, the day will be a BLAST for all. Read more

    • Pants on Fire: This Week’s dose of Doping and Cheating in Cycling and Triathlon

      Submitted by Dana Willett on February 14th, 2017

      Last night’s news of Lance Armstrong‘s “major defeat” has the news wires buzzing, and recent features on bike motors, pro triathlon suspensions, and legal painkillers that possibly should be banned have all been in the headlines … From VeloNews: Lance Armstrong case moves to jury trial On Monday, a district court in Washington D.C. deniedRead More

      • Prescribed Burns at Heil Ranch and Hall Ranch

        Submitted by Nicole Odell on February 13th, 2017

        Boulder County will be doing controlled burns at Heil Ranch and Hall Ranch. The burns will be taking place February 13th through the 24th. According to Boulder County Open Space: Heil Valley Ranch will be closed during ignition days and will reopen when deemed safe. -Burn is set to occur between for February 13 andRead More

        • Reppin’ the 719: Working Hard to Get Kids on Bikes in Colorado Springs

          Submitted by Nicole Odell on February 13th, 2017

          by Nicole Odell A few weeks ago, I stopped by Mountain Equipment Recyclers to drop something off at the Shift Thrift store that was being housed in the back. When I was parking my bike, I saw a familiar sign out front, but it looked out of place…I hadn’t seen it there before. I wentRead More

          • Old Man Winter Rally – Race Recap

            Submitted by Dana Willett on February 13th, 2017

            By Erin Trail Over 800 racers gathered at Sandstone Park in Lyons, CO for the third annual Old Man Winter Rally.   We had ahhhhhmazing weather, despite forecasts for overnight snow (which fortunately stayed away). Temps were in the mid-40s, the wind was tolerable, roads were dry, and the sun was shining. Conditions had set upRead More