Boulder’s Alex Howes takes third on Sunday afternoon in Denver at the inaugural Colorado Classic.
Boulder’s Taylor Phinney, who races for Cannondale-Drapac, celebrates with the Most Aggressive Rider Jersey at the opening stage of the inaugural Colorado Classic on Thursday in Colorado Springs. John Murphy, of Holoweski-Citadel Racing, won the 93-mile stage. Read more
Second-place Tour de France finisher Rigoberto Uran and his Cannonade-Drapac teammate, Colorado’s Taylor Phinney — fresh off a Tour de France debut that saw him donning the King of the Mountain polka dot jersey after Stage 2 — will be among the top names in the four-day race in Colorado Springs, Breckenridge and Denver. Read more
Tour de France final week: Why you should follow Boulder pro cyclist Taylor Phinney, currently 167thSubmitted by Bill Plock on July 18th, 2017
Taylor Phinney may be the most gifted cyclist among this year’s Tour de France. Of course, being from Boulder, we at 303 might be a bit biased. Read more