• Ladies! Satisfy Your Cross Curiosity at School Yard Cross!

    Submitted by Dana Willett on October 13th, 2017

    By Khem Suthiwan What is this cyclocross business all about?? Heckling…yes! Oodles of fun…yes! Super supportive environment…yes! It’s also a great way to throw in some variety to your training and racing. On Wednesday, October 18th starting at 4:15pm, you’ll have the opportunity to learn CX skills from local professional female coaches during the Women’sRead More

    • Public Hearing Regarding Cycling Safety

      Submitted by Jen Findley on October 5th, 2017

      Boulder   Public hearing and consideration of a resolution regarding cycling safety on rural state highways in Boulder County (US 36 and Diagonal Highway emphasis) Monday Oct 9th, 6 p.m. (6:30 agenda item) City Council Chambers, 1777 Broadway Boulder TAB would love to hear from cyclists of all stripes describing their experience getting in and out ofRead More

      • Women’s Wednesday – Women In Sport Enrichment (WISE)

        Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 4th, 2017

        Written by Cheri Felix

        Ann Trombley believes in helping women to excel in their sport which is why she created WISE (Women in Sports Enrichment). Ann is building on her own experience as an athlete and hopes to encourage women to continue to show up and line up. Ann came up with WISE because she believes when the financial stress is alleviated, women and girls can focus on training and competition. Read more

        • Colorado Classic returns to Denver in 2018

          Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on October 2nd, 2017

          The UCI this week released its calendars for all sanctioned road races on its five global circuits in 2018, with 11 events on the America Tour and three on the World Tour coming from North America. Read more

          • Driver in death of 8-year-old yet to serve 5-month sentence

            Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 28th, 2017

            The Longmont driver who pleaded guilty in connection with the death last year of an 8-year-old girl riding her bike has yet to spend a night in jail. Read more

            • Good News: Bicycle Colorado helps students bike to school

              Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 28th, 2017

              On Friday, September 15, Bicycle Colorado co-hosted a group ride with nearly 20 students at the Mathematics and Science Leadership Academy in West Denver. With co-hosts the Athmar Park Active Living Coalition, the Denver Police Department and the Mathematics and Science Leadership Academy, we rode with students from Huston Lake Park to their school andRead More

              • Women’s Off-Road Cycling Congress

                Submitted by Jen Findley on September 21st, 2017

                Louisville   “As female off-road cyclists, what do we love, hate, and hope for?” The Women’s Off-Road Cycling Congress (WÖRCC) opens an authentic dialogue between women of all experience levels. WÖRCC is an antidote to the cycling industry’s “ladies’ nights”. We are a meet-up style event inviting all women to join the conversation. During anRead More

                • Mara Abbott – Anything for this: The costs, benefits of life in elite sport

                  Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 19th, 2017

                  Flirting with the edge of potential is dazzling, intoxicating and breathtakingly addictive. I really, really get it. But a true champion must have equal parts of strength and wisdom — and achieving physical excellence should not get carte blanche in the risk-benefit equation of a lifetime. In a moment of vulnerable honesty, what, for you, is worth it? Each answer is utterly unique — and constantly evolving. Read more

                  • 4 Skills You Need to Gain Before Going Bike Camping

                    Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 15th, 2017

                    Mastering the basics of balancing on two wheels and pedaling to propel yourself forward is essentially enough to make you a “road worthy” biker. If your adventures go much beyond your local bicycle path or the street in front of your house, though, you’ll need a few more developed skills. Read more

                    • Look out for Lookout Speed Bumps!

                      Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 6th, 2017

                      Seems there’s some controversy over the 4 speed bumps at the bottom of Lookout. I had a chance to check them out. I love them. They will reduce the speed in a dangerous section that has historically been rage-filled. I shouldn’t be riding 40 mph through this residential area any more than a motorist.  Read more