• Becky Furuta’s team! She spoke to the UN!

    Submitted by Bill Plock on June 6th, 2019

    We bring you this story because it’s an inspiring team, great cause and because Becky does so much for the Colorado endurance community and 303. Soon we will have a podcast with her to talk about addressing the leaders of the world! Read more

    • SPOKE: Becky Furuta on Cycling & Life – “It will be ok; It will be hard at first, and then it will be ok”

      Submitted by 303cycling on April 24th, 2018

      I was a different person yesterday, I thought. Just days before, I had been wrapped in the comfort of gratitude. Without warning, the tides of life and change and human evolution and eroded it all, leaving me with the sense that I was sitting on the ledge of disaster.
      My husband had lost his job of 27 years. We had no health insurance, which was a terrifying proposition for someone living with type one diabetes. My cycling sponsors had just ended their support of the women’s team and the elite men, leaving me to wonder if I would race the next season or see my teammates again. My own job was a dead-end, with no opportunities for advancement or increases in income. I didn’t even have a 401k.  Read more

      • Tour de Cure Colorado

        Submitted by 303cycling on February 23rd, 2018

        Parker   Welcome to 2018 Tour de Cure Colorado Many Roads. One Purpose.. . The Tour de Cure Colorado is an event where no matter what road you take, you will be joining thousands of people from around the country who have the same passion as you to fight diabetes and its burdens. All riders,Read More

        • West Elk Bicycle Classic

          Submitted by 303cycling on February 1st, 2018

          Gunnison   The West Elk Bicycle Classic covers country that should be felt up close, like on a bicycle. There are several options for most any rider: Do you want a shorter ride on the most beautiful road you’ll be on in some time? Try our 34-46 mi route on the north rim of theRead More

          • Women’s Wednesday: Ending the Season

            Submitted by 303cycling on January 3rd, 2018

            By Becky Furuta The cab driver was visibly annoyed. The roads were so thick with cars and scooters, people and bicycles, that one could hardly see the charcoal tarmac of the city street below. He clearly conveyed that making a U-turn to access the other side of the avenue would be a near impossibility, andRead More