• Bannock Street Criterium Photo Album

    Submitted by 303cycling on August 8th, 2017

    Check out the photo album from this past weekend’s Bannock Street Criterium, in memory of Mike Nields taken by 303 Ambassador Kim Welk. Read more

    • Jillian Beardan, first female transgender cyclist to ride in a pro U.S. peloton, emerges as beacon…

      Submitted by 303cycling on August 8th, 2017

      303Cycling’s Nicole Odell caught up with Jillian Bearden last year, telling her story as a transgendered athlete. Read those stories here: Transgender Cyclist – The Story of Jillian Bearden Transgender Cyclist – Jillian Joins a Race Team From The DenverRead More

      • People for Bikes: Ride to Velorama and WIN!

        Submitted by 303cycling on August 7th, 2017

        Avoid the long lines of traffic, event parking frustrations and focus your energy on getting in the festival spirit instead! Join PeopleForBikes on one of our cruiser rides to the festival.  Read more

        • Littleton Twilight Criterium Photos & Results!

          Submitted by 303cycling on August 7th, 2017

          From Reid Neureiter: Here is  link to images from the Twilight Criterium (in Littleton) from Saturday night (August 5, 2017).  In particular, got  lot of good ones of the Women’s P-1-2 race. FULL 2017 RESULTS

          • Take a Ride with Sacred Rides

            Submitted by 303cycling on August 3rd, 2017

            “Mountain biking is a force for good.” If this is one of the guiding principles of the company you hire to show you a good time on the bike, then you know you’ve made the right choice. Sacred Rides wants to make it easy for you to get out, have a great experience and be pampered a bit (they pack snacks for you. Yes, like when you were a kid).  Read more

            • Rattlesnake bites! Here’s one thing you can do RIGHT NOW that may have saved this man’s life…

              Submitted by 303cycling on August 3rd, 2017

              Whether hiker, biker or runner, it’s critical to know what to do if you encounter a rattlesnake. And if you come across someone who’s been bitten, your actions may be the difference between life and death. And Feedback Sports’ Rob LaMielle knew just what to look for. Read more

              • Should Colorado have a bicycle tax? Opinions from The Denver Post

                Submitted by 303cycling on August 2nd, 2017

                Denver has plans to dramatically increase bicycle access and lanes downtown. To help fund these projects, Republican state Sen. Ray Scott recently floated a controversial proposal to tax bicycles to help pay for Colorado’s infrastructure needs. Here are the opinions of a few readers… Read more

                • Love, Sweat and Gears: Feedback RAAM Team Recap

                  Submitted by 303cycling on August 2nd, 2017

                  One of our favorite things is when different facets of our cycling worlds collide. This happened a few weeks ago when one of our local Feedback Sports racers, (and all around cycling do-gooder) Paul Majors was lead mechanic for the Love, Sweat and Gears RAAM team. As an official sponsor of RAAM, this local connection was dream come true. If you’re not familiar with RAAM (Race Across America), here you go… Read more

                  • Reasons to Ride the All-New Wacky this August

                    Submitted by 303cycling on July 31st, 2017

                    On Saturday, August 19 a perfect day on the bike starts from Larkspur, Colorado. It’s called the Wacky Bike Ride.

                    The popular event, which sister and brother Susie and Ted Wargin launched in 2011, still benefits kids. But the new organizer, nonprofit Project ReCycle based in Douglas County, Colorado, has changed just about everything else. The transformation promises to elevate The Wacky to the top of every cyclist’s one-day ride list. Read more

                    • Phinney to compete in Colorado Classic

                      Submitted by 303cycling on July 31st, 2017

                      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