• I Hit a Cyclist with My Car

    Submitted by 303cycling on October 29th, 2020

    From OutsideOnline.comBy Brooke Warren A mountain guide, photographer, and cyclist had a sleepy moment on the road that resulted in her seriously injuring another rider. Here’s what she wants every driver to know. One of the most dangerous things you’llRead More

    • Indoor Season and New to Idea of Training with Power? Women’s Endurance Coach, Talitha Vogt’s Insight

      Submitted by Bill Plock on October 28th, 2020

      By Talitha Vogt In my experience as a women’s endurance coach, it seems there is a perception that power meters are only for hardcore racers. But, because cycling is unique in that we have a direct way of measuring ourRead More

      • High School Cycling League Awards for Fourth Virtual Challenge

        Submitted by Bill Plock on October 26th, 2020

        The fourth high school cycling league challenge saw students athletes push themselves on a short course for approximately 2 miles. 54 schools and over 500 students participated. As like all the challenges, in addition to cycling, students are encouraged toRead More

        • Snow and Cold and National Champions Race at School Yard Cross

          Submitted by Bill Plock on October 26th, 2020

          The worst weather brought out some of the best cyclocross racers yesterday in Castle Rock. Maybe the saying when the going gets tough, the tough get going applied well.

          Reigning U23 National Champion Eric Brunner raced in the mens open division and when asked about his win with the widest margin of any category he said, “The open men have the longest race so naturally gaps will be a bit bigger just because there is more time to develop gaps. Yesterday my goal was just to race as hard as I could, go out aggressively from the start, stay smooth through the technical sections and go full gas every time there was a long straightaway or hill. Read more