• Corona-Confusion is common symptom among outdoor athletes?

    Submitted by Bill Plock on May 3rd, 2020

    What mask do you wear, if any, exercising, especially as it warms up? A buff, bandana, surgical mask, or maybe one of those made by local bike clothing makers like Primal, BOCO or Headsweats? So many choices and styles and some side affect humor to share.

    My corona-confusion reared its ugly head back in early March 2020 when the coronavirus was becoming a real concern in the United States. When initially the government said not to wear facemasks because they did not work anyway, I was mildly confused. Coronavirus-Confused? Confusion because why were the front line and healthcare workers still wearing masks if they weren’t effective? I assumed I was slow on the uptake of this novel virus, certainly not the expert, and went about without a facemask but abiding by social distancing and hand washing. Read more

    • 10th Annual Winter Walk and Bike Week

      Submitted by 303cycling on January 27th, 2019

      Boulder County   Get your bike winter-ride ready and break out the long johns, so you can stay warm while you take part in this awesome event! Even if it snows, you can still ride because Boulder County Road MaintenanceRead More

      • Winter Bike to Work Day

        Submitted by 303cycling on January 27th, 2019

        Boulder County   Get your bike winter-ride ready and break out the long johns, so you can stay warm while you take part in this awesome even! Even if it snows, you can still ride because Boulder County Road MaintenanceRead More

        • Final Strava story

          Submitted by 303cycling on January 24th, 2018

          This is a commentary, an opinion of sorts, but I personally am glad Strava is making a second home here in Denver. They are cool people who I believe mean well and will make our endurance, outdoor, triathlon and cycling communities stronger and more fun. I ran this morning with the Executive Leadership team and others, and it’s clear at the end of the day, the intention of Strava is promote community and fun. While it’s a data fueled company, it’s core seems to be fueled by genuine passion for doing just about anything in motion. Read more