• Mines, Colorado Classic Trailblazing Women Panel, July 26th, Don’t Miss This One!

    Submitted by Bill Plock on July 22nd, 2019

    The event’s keynote panel will feature a collegiate cycling and triathlon champion, an author and the first female paraplegic to complete an Ironman triathlon, and a competitive equestrian and Gates Corporation engineer who together will address the topic of “Women Engineering Change and Blazing Their Own Trails.” Read more

    • Colorado Classic®​ ​ presented by VF Corporation Announces Challenging 2019 Race Routes

      Submitted by Bill Plock on July 12th, 2019

      every racer and fan, with high-altitude QOMs, breakneck sprints, six-miles of gravel, tight technical street racing and one of the most treacherous climbs in Colorado. The course will cover a total of 220 miles (354kms) with 13,667 feet (4,166m) of climbing while showcasing Colorado’s iconic terrain Read more

      • Join 303Radio as we talk with pro cyclists, Amy Charity and Adelaide Tillinghast

        Submitted by 303cycling on February 22nd, 2019

        Join 303radio with professional cyclists Amy Charity and Adelaide Tillinghast. It’s a fun discussion pairing Amy and Adelaide who are at very different points in their career. Amy is in semi-retirement and at the time of this podcast perhaps consideringRead More

        • Colorado Classic To Feature Only Women Pro cyclists in 2019

          Submitted by Kim Welk on December 11th, 2018

          2019 Colorado Classic Becomes Women’s-Only Pro Cycling RaceThe 2019 Colorado Classic, August 22-25, will be the only UCI standalone women’s stage race in the Western hemisphere; raising the bar with quadrupled prize purse, team stipends, live streaming and longer, moreRead More

          • Colorado Classic Recap

            Submitted by Alison Freeman on August 31st, 2018

            Years ago, I was in love with something that didn’t love me back. I’d spent years sitting on wheels, getting spat out the back of races anytime the power cranked past my limit, watching younger riders blow past. I was falling out of love with cycling. A week earlier, I had shown up at the Bannock Street Crit with no desire left to put myself in the “hurt box,” and it showed. I raced so half-heartedly that my long-time friend and cycling photographer, Ryan Muncy, approached me and asked, Are you still having fun? Read more