• Winter Riding Tips: Winter Commuting Tips, From a Pro

    Submitted by Bill Plock on November 11th, 2019

    I feel like a super-star each and every day I ride to and from work from about November-April.  Read more

    • The Gravel Lot Podcast with Katie Macarelli

      Submitted by 303cycling on January 17th, 2019

      In Episode 52 of The Gravel Lot Podcast, local badass mom, cyclist, and year-round bike commuter Katie Macarelli talks about being a theatre major, the ever-changing landscape in the bike industry, and equality of opportunity. Check it out!


        Submitted by 303cycling on August 10th, 2018

        When you picture someone who says they like to use their bike as transportation, you might have a vision of someone pedaling a Dutch Bike with loaves of bread, flowers and happy children spilling out of the cargo-portion. Or perhaps you picture a trendy hipster-esque person on their fixie, wearing the perfect scarf and jeggings. I am far from both of those things (though I DO have a penchant for scarves and have a “go-to” pair of jeggings I found at Goodwill 2 years ago). Read more

        • Katie Macarelli featured in Bicycling Magazine for Commuting

          Submitted by 303cycling on January 25th, 2018

          An often-cited bike commuter Katie Macarelli of Feedback Sports is inspiring commuters on a whole new (worldwide) level… Check out the Bicycling Magazine article on the “Most Badass Winter Bike Commuters”   More bike commuting articles featuring Katie: Women’s Wednesday:Read More

          • Feedback Sports sponsors masters cyclocross world championships

            Submitted by 303cycling on November 27th, 2017

            GOLDEN, Colo. (BRAIN) — Feedback Sports is returning to Mol, Belgium, for the 2017 UCI Masters CX World Championships Dec. 1-2.
            After testing the waters last year, Feedback co-founders, Doug and Lisa Hudson are heading back to race again. This time they are bringing two additional employees: Katie Macarelli (marketing manager) and Will Allen (product engineering) to race as well. They will also be providing the official warm-up tent on the beach of Zilvermeer for all riders to use. Read more

            • #RideMoreDriveLess – New Colorado-specific video exhibiting the joys of Bike Commuting

              Submitted by 303cycling on November 3rd, 2017

              Produced by Hottman Law Office – TheCyclist-Lawyer.com
              The Magic of Bike Commuting: Why We #RideMoreDriveLess

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              • Look out for Lookout Speed Bumps!

                Submitted by 303cycling 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

                • Winter Riding Tips: It’s Just a Little Wind

                  Submitted by 303cycling on March 7th, 2017

                  Today’s tip is about how to deal with the wind. Katie Macarelli shares her pro commuter insight into not letting a little wind side line your riding. Read more

                  • USA Cycling’s 2017 Cyclocross Worlds Team includes many Coloradoans

                    Submitted by 303cycling on January 11th, 2017

                    Hot off the presses from USA Cycling, here are your U.S. Worlds selections. Tune in to upcoming Crosshairs Radio for the analysis Read more

                    • Pro’s Vs. Industry Mo’s

                      Submitted by 303cycling on September 9th, 2014

                      I’ve had three major realizations over my very short time as a “bike racer”.

                      I’m not very motivated by “winning”. I like to race for fun (this came as no surprise).
                      There aren’t enough women out there who race (for fun or otherwise).
                      When I find such a women, I immediately try and befriend her simply because we have at least one thing in common: we get joy out of riding our bikes fast(ish) around others. Read more