• Team Rwanda to Make Historic Debut at the Colorado Classic

    Submitted by Dana Willett on June 21st, 2017

    The inaugural Colorado Classic will feature yet another first: Team Rwanda will be competing in their first UCI-sanctioned race in the United States. Founded in 2007 by industry legend, Jock Boyer, Team Rwanda has since grown to more than 35 cyclists, both men and women, representing all levels and disciplines. Team Rwanda is now anRead More

    • Pedal Pushers Cyclery Seeks Rock Star Staff

      Submitted by Dana Willett on June 12th, 2017

      Pedal Pushers Cyclery is looking for Rock Stars to work in the best bike shop/bar in the Denver West Golden, CO area. We are looking for full-time, year round managers (shop & floor), techs and sales.  Suspension experience is a big PLUS and knowledge of LightSpeed POS is huge.  Great location with riding right outRead More

      • Mavic Haute Route Rockies asks, “Are you Strong Enough?”

        Submitted by Dana Willett on June 2nd, 2017

        It’s not too late to register! MORE INFORMATION

        • Becky Furuta on Body Image – You’re only “too heavy” if you let your fears weigh you down.

          Submitted by Dana Willett on June 1st, 2017

          By Novo Nordisk Pro Cyclist Becky Furuta Walking into Primal Wear Headquarters in Cherry Creek a month ago to talk to a room full of women about cycling and nutrition, I was reminded that there is never a moment in the life of a woman when “size” and “shape” cease to be relevant. I entertainedRead More

          • Drunken driver who killed Boulder cyclist in hit-and-run sentenced to 12 years

            Submitted by Dana Willett on May 30th, 2017

            UPDATE: Drunk driver’s father says cyclist should take responsibility From the Times-Call: (Callie Kuhasz’s) father, Chris Kuhasz, said that his daughter had been painted as an “evil villain” by the media, which had “sensationalized” the entire incident. He added that he used to ride a bicycle but stopped riding on the open road at theRead More

            • Looking for an experienced part-time bike tech for a rad neighborhood bike shop in South City Park!

              Submitted by Dana Willett on May 25th, 2017

              Two-Wheel Feel  Hiring! – 2 years experience working in a bicycle shop as a mechanic. Familiarity with Linus, Felt and/or Schwinn a plus. – Ability to lift up to 40 pounds(some of those bikes are heavy!) and be able to carry said heavy bikes up and down a flight of stairs. Most of our storageRead More

              • Primal Colorado Bike Expo Wrap Up

                Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on May 23rd, 2017

                The 2017 Primal Colorado Bike Expo went off despite mother natures best efforts to toss ice pellets in its path… the Friday Night Lights crit and Street Sprint races went as scheduled, with tons of high energy excitement.  Read more

                • Colorado’s Toughest Criterium in Lafayette – Race Recap

                  Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on May 19th, 2017

                  Colorado’s Toughest Criterium in Lafayette – don’t let the title fool you. Was it tough? Definitely! Was it doable? Absolutely! As a first-time crit racer, I found the course and racers to be extremely enjoyable. If you’re considering dipping your toe into road racing, the Lafayette Crit is definitely one to put on your calendar for next year!
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                  • “Bicycles Ride Single File” signs: law or suggestion?

                    Submitted by Amy on May 8th, 2017

                    The “single file” signs started to appear after a working group comprised of county transportation, fire, law, mountain area citizens, cyclists, etcetera, met to address issues. These signs are not laws, they are suggestions. Read more

                    • Agressive Lyons driver tracked, reported, cited

                      Submitted by Amy on May 4th, 2017

                      Advice from Lester Pardoe on cyclist/driver altercations… 1) Ride Carefully, 2) Avoid further conflict, 3) Snap a photo and get a description, 4) Report it. It DOES get taken seriously. Read more