• You WILL cry. REEB’s Southern-twanged evangelical defense of the Fatty

    Submitted by 303cycling on January 28th, 2016

    From Tuesday’s Biz Bikes & Beer event in Denver… This is Seriously. Funny. Please watch all the way through the full rationalization, “Now you may ask yourself, ‘What is this abomination unto God that stands here in front of me?’ But do not fear. It is only through your own ignorance that you judge these bikes…” Read more

    • The Colorado Bicycle Event Coalition: Collaboration at its Best

      Submitted by 303cycling on January 27th, 2016

      Last Thursday the expansive windows and historic brick walls of REI’s flagship store welcomed roughly 30+ bicycle event organizers, race directors, and associated entities for the annual Colorado Bicycle Event Coalition meeting. Originally formed in 2008, the Coalition’s purpose is to bring cycling event organizers together to work with government agencies, collaborate calendars, educate, socialize, share resources, and ultimately work together… Read more

      • COS Racing Team Hosts TT Series

        Submitted by 303cycling on January 25th, 2016

        The COS Racing Team in Colorado Springs has been doing some great things for the cycling community. Their latest installment is a TT series that runs now through February.

        303Triathlon’s 719 Rep, Nicole Odell, raced the first of the five races in the series and has this to say.

        There’s a new team in town. They’ve only been around for about a year and a half, and they are certainly making their presence more known. The bright orange team helmets help with that! Read more

        • Functional Movement: The Key to Physical Balance in Cycling

          Submitted by 303cycling on January 21st, 2016

          Cycling Coach Jon Heidemann explores Functional Movement Training for Endurance Athletes – particularly cyclists:
          “…As cyclists, we can all agree that our bodies are the engine that power and control our bicycles down the road and trail. The way that our bodies sit on the bike has a direct impact on handling and performance. If you sit ever so slightly off to the left side of your saddle, your bike will instantly lean to the right until you correct your saddle position. . . Imagine how that might affect handling & turning if your bike already has a consistent 1 or 2 degree lean one way or the other before a turn? …
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          • Spotlight: Team ten20

            Submitted by 303cycling on January 21st, 2016

            Every once in awhile we here at 303 want to showcase some of the amazingness we have in our community. Sometimes it will be an event, sometimes it will be a team and sometimes it might be a shout out to a person. Either way, it’s just the down and dirty. Just the parts you need to know. Get in and get out.

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