• Boulder Roubaix named among top 6 worthy alternates to Paris

    Submitted by 303cycling on April 24th, 2017

    The mile high city of Boulder in Colorado is America’s undisputed cycling capital and has a thriving scene to go with it. Situated on the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies means that it’s a place of pilgrimage for climbers – although it’s famous network of dirt roads attracts just as much adoration.  Read more

    • I DNF’d and I’m Neither Proud nor Ashamed

      Submitted by Bill Plock on April 12th, 2017

      Learn the true definition of DNF, and how Gypsy Garcia embraces the challenges of competing as a USAC Senior Women 5 (SW5) racer.  Read more

      • Boulder Roubaix – Don’t Miss It!

        Submitted by 303cycling on April 6th, 2017

        With a huge rise in dirt road riding/racing popularity over the last decade, the Boulder Roubaix continues to be the quintessential gravel grinder event for cyclists in the Front Range Area.  Read more

        • 1st Time Racing Clinic for Youth

          Submitted by 303cycling on February 23rd, 2017

          CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center is partnering with the Boulder Roubaix to offer junior boys and girls a free clinic where they can learn about bike racing and bike skills to help at the Boulder Roubaix and future cycling events! TheRead More

          • Boulder Roubaix Returns – Legendary Cycling Event has Regional Draw

            Submitted by 303cycling on January 26th, 2017

            Athletes from 15 states travel to Boulder for this challenging and popular road cycling race that tackles a tough course featuring steep, hilly dirt sections as well as a fast, smooth pavement. More than 1000 hard core bicycle racers areRead More

            • Boulder-Roubaix

              Submitted by 303cycling on January 26th, 2017

              Photos – SportifImages – Reid Neureiter (Pictures from the early day categories) 2017 RESULTS The 2017 course is a challenging 18.7-mile circuit. Pro racers will complete four laps, for a total of almost 80 miles. Winners will clock times lessRead More

              • Boulder Roubaix running race

                Submitted by 303cycling on June 18th, 2008

                The Famous Boulder Roubaix is going clipless! Looks like the folks at DBCEvents.com never stop to come up with great ideas to hosting great events and making $$. Both races (bike and running) are on nearly the same course on the same day with the running part going way before the bike races so it should be possible for some to run & bike in the same day! Read more

                • Colorado Cycling in 2007

                  Submitted by Kris Thompson on January 1st, 2008

                  For many it seemed like Mother Nature would ever cut us some slack and let us just do what we want, ride our bikes. 2006 ended with some massive snows and 07 started things off with at least two large snow storms Read more