• 2008 Ride The Rockies

    Submitted by Kris Thompson on February 6th, 2008

    Denver 4 cycling guy, Greg Moody reports on the new Ride the Rockies route. Read more

    • Training Camps

      Submitted by Kris Thompson on February 6th, 2008

      It’s that time of year where teams start migrating in the reverse direction of the geese looking for warming temps, dry roads and some sun. Here in Colorado most teams select close by areas such as Moab, Fruita, Santa Fe and Albuquerque.  Read more

      • Boulder Roubaix

        Submitted by Kris Thompson on February 5th, 2008

        The Boulder Roubaix is a road race that takes place in the northern part of Boulder Colorado rolling over a mixture of pavement and gravel roads to nearly the distance of 69 miles. Named after the Paris Roubaix or sometimes referred to as The Hell of the North.  Read more

        • Cycling Coaches in Colorado

          Submitted by Kris Thompson on February 4th, 2008

          Attention all Colorado Cycling Coaches

          We are updating our Colorado Cycling Coaches page to provide more information to the readers. If you would like greater exposure, please send a brief “elevator speech” of your service, in addition to your contact info. Read more

          • Coaches in Colorado

            Submitted by Kris Thompson on February 4th, 2008

            If you haven’t used a coach then what are you waiting for, can’t find one? Well you are in luck since we live in one of the most dense coach per-capita area in the world.  Read more

            • Friday Fun… Big Legs and Mullets

              Submitted by Kris Thompson on February 1st, 2008

              Cycling, its what keeps the world going around! Read more

              • Chance to race Tour De Qinghai

                Submitted by Kris Thompson on January 31st, 2008

                Not exactly 303 news however the opportunity seems to be open to competitive cyclist so that kind of fits 303. Looks like you and your team can earn a spot to race in the Tour De Qinghai! I must admit, it sounds very interesting. Read more