Check out this video from Allen Krughoff, who rides for Boulder Cycle Sport and is trained by Grant Holicky of Apex Coaching at RallySport… and this is just a typical Tuesday – imagine the other days of the week.
by Mary Topping Katie Clouse (Alpha Bicycle Company – Vista Subaru) appears to have turbo-charged an already swift sprint to cyclocross finish lines thanks to special summer training: road racing against boys in Belgium. On Saturday the 15 year-old outsprintedRead More
Thanks to John Summerson for providing much of the content below from his great book – The Complete Guide to Climbing by Bike
Colorado is filled with great riding and with its multiple mountains contains plenty of high altitude and solid climbing as well. This month’s ascent certainly qualifies as it is one of the most difficult in the state. Located near Boulder it is a steep monster and can test you. Read more
Classic must do climb for fit cyclist visiting Boulder! The climb starts right at the base of the beautiful Chautauqua Park but don’t start your watches just yet, most folks start the clock right as you pass over the stone bridge just feet before the road really kicks up. Read more
You can’t find a road in Boulder with more riders per mile than this one on a Saturday morning. This ride follows a creek bed for 8 miles so the grade is never really that intense and given the popularity of this route the road has a kind shoulder for those who want to move away from traffic. Read more
Thanks to one of our readers who submitted news told us about the soon to be, very needed, shoulder and new surface on Marshall Rd in south Boulder. Looks like it will be from Hwy 93 to Costco in Louisville. Sweet! Read more
Some say the Hall, Heil and Walker are all over ridden while one of Boulder County’s gems sits nearly empty, the Switzerland Tail. For those not familiar, the Switzerland Trail it is an old narrow gauge rail bed which has long since lost its ties and rails, winds its way from Ward (almost) to Sugarloaf mtn. Read more