• Feedback Seeks Product Engineer

    Submitted by Bill Plock on August 26th, 2020

    This position supports all aspects of product engineering, collaborating with Industrial Design, Customer Service, Operations, Product Marketing, and Sales when necessary. This role will be primarily supporting new product development and sustaining engineering with high attention to details. This is an exciting role as our small company environment requires this role to be dynamic. Read more

    • Colorado Trip, Part 1, Buena Vista to Lake City, Places to Explore off the Beaten Path

      Submitted by Bill Plock on August 24th, 2020

      Gravel or road? Road or Mountain? Pavement or dirt? Colorado or……Colorado? We have it all. Recently 303 embarked on a journey to discover some new places, or at least be reacquainted with places like Buena Vista, Salida, Gunnison and Crested Butte. But some places, a bit off the beaten track offer amazing cycling options as well. Places like Lake City, Westcliffe, LaVeta, Cuchara, Mosca, Victor, Canon City and Pitkin.

      If you haven’t been to Buena Vista recently, you might be surprised, like we were. Once upon a time the vibe was perhaps a bit industrious, maybe not so hip and didn’t really compare with the other “cool city” in Chaffee County—Salida. Now it’s more of a toss up with a brand new river walk neighborhood complete with a high end hotel, The Surf. There is outdoor music space and a collection of new shops and eclectic homes much different than downtown.  Read more

      • Ft. Lewis, Fall Blaze Making it Happen to Support Collegiate Cycling

        Submitted by Bill Plock on August 21st, 2020

        If you are not familiar with Fort Lewis and their mark on college cycling and Durango for that matter, just know that they have won 24 National Championship, as a Division one NCAA sport even though they are not a division one size school

        Due to budget cuts the 2020 Track and BMX programs have been frozen or temporarily eliminated this year. With two major disciplines out of the mix, a hunt for another National Championship is that much tougher. Read more

        • Gravel Race and Adventure in Southern Colorado Aug 29th, Pony Express 160 – 160k and 85k courses available!

          Submitted by Bill Plock on August 20th, 2020

          Last week 303 was near here exploring Cuchara valley and the area between La Veta and Trinidad. If you are looking for a fun getaway weekend and are wanting to do a race, check this one out. The Pony Express Gravel 160K in Trinidad. www.ColoradoGravelGrinderChampionship.com

          Come enjoy Southern Colorado and be sure to check out Trinidad, Cuchara and La Veta while you are in the area. For a fun trip home, if you have time, go to Walsenburg, Westcliffe and to Salida or east down the Arkansas to the front range.  Read more

          • Buffalo Bicycle Classic moves to do-it-yourself ride format due to COVID-19

            Submitted by Bill Plock on August 19th, 2020

            The BBC was created in 2003 to raise scholarship funds for Colorado high school graduates to attend the University of Colorado at Boulder. BBC Scholars are some of Colorado’s brightest, with each graduating with a 4.0+ high school GPA. These students have also demonstrated strong financial need in order to attend college. Over the last 18 years, the BBC has raised over $3.3 million in direct support of student scholarships at CU Boulder and over 375 recipients have graduated from CU, including 17 this past spring semester. Read more