• Full Cycle & Colorado Multisport Hiring, Mechanics, Builders, Service Writers and Sales. Fun New Location, Great Benefits!

    Submitted by Bill Plock on March 17th, 2021

    Full Cycle & Colorado Multisport is hiring Bike Shop Mechanics & Bike Builders, Service Writers, and Sales Associates!We are looking for capable, top-performing, and highly motivated Service Professionals to join our award-winning team, voted Boulder County’s 2019 & 2020 Best Bike Shop.  Read more

    • Boulder’s Full Cycle Merging with Colorado Multisport, a Chat on Why and When

      Submitted by Bill Plock on December 18th, 2020

      There have been some great partnerships in the history of business; Gates/Allen (Microsoft), Wozniak/Jobs (Apple), Ben/Jerry, Hewlett/Packard, Bowerman/Knight (Nike) and now it’s Chandler/Stone—cycling merging with triathlon. Full Cycle, owned by Russ Chandler and Colorado Multisport owned by Michael Stone are merging. In February of 2021 the two stores will be under one roof in the old Vitamin Cottage/Natural Grocers store on 30th Street in Boulder, Colorado.  Read more

      • COVID-19, Road to Perdition or Ride to Triumph?

        Submitted by Bill Plock on April 18th, 2020

        Snow notwithstanding, multi-use paths are packed with cyclists, pedestrians, dogs, rollerbladers and more. Roads in places around the country have been shut down to allow for people to recreate. People have come out of the woodwork to be active, much like the Coronavirus has sprung to life and has touched every corner of the world. A trip up Lookout Mountain on the weekend feels like you have stumbled into an organized century ride you didn’t know about.We have always wanted more people to ride bikes. Not only is there the obvious health benefits for ourselves and the planet, but more people riding bikes might hopefully fuel the demand for increased safe infrastructure and law adaptation that improves safety and prevents unsafe, deathly distractions and careless crashes. Maybe down the road more people will try new types of cycling, try racing, or do their first century and become advocates. Read more

        • Cycling, What is the New Normal for Shops and Events?

          Submitted by Bill Plock on March 16th, 2020

          March 16th—Based on the number of people riding bikes this past weekend, there is little doubt people will be riding out the Coronavirus, maybe more than ever. Perhaps small group adventures and family outings will be the new normal, while the future of all events of more than 50 people are basically on hold for the next few weeks.  Read more

          • Weekend Preview

            Submitted by 303cycling on October 25th, 2018

            There’s CX everywhere you look this weekend. Remember, always Protect your Pumpkin. Read more

            • Protect Your Pumpkin

              Submitted by 303cycling on October 21st, 2018

              Join 303cycling, Full Cycle & Cyclists4Community for an evening of fun and prizes. Read more

              • Protect Your Pumpkin

                Submitted by 303cycling on October 19th, 2018

                Boulder   First 80 attendees enjoy one free drink thanks to Mann & Maximon Attorneys.  Listen to a brief presentation from Smith Helmets and Stuart Mann of Mann & Maximon Attorneys at Law.  Access to discounts on helmet and lights.  PlusRead More

                • Weekend Preview

                  Submitted by 303cycling on October 18th, 2018

                  The weekend begins on Thursday. Spend an evening with Bob Parlee or celebrating TripsForKids. World Class CX racing in Boulder County and AMAZING High School Mtb racing in Durango. Read more

                  • Adventure Cycling Regional Gathering

                    Submitted by 303cycling on July 21st, 2018

                    Boulder   Join Adventure Cycling Association and Full Cycle for a special regional gathering at The Tune Up in Boulder, Colorado. Adventure Cycling’s Communications Director Lisa McKinney will be on hand to talk about the 20th Anniversary of the GreatRead More