• Driver in death of 8-year-old yet to serve 5-month sentence

    Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on September 28th, 2017

    The Longmont driver who pleaded guilty in connection with the death last year of an 8-year-old girl riding her bike has yet to spend a night in jail. Read more

    • Blue Sky Cup CX

      Submitted by Jen Findley on September 8th, 2017

      Longmont   Join us Saturday, September 16th for the Blue Sky Velo CX Cup at Dry Creek Park in Longmont for an an exciting day of bicycle racing. Join in the fun, or watch as racers spring over barriers, swoop through corners and charge over run-ups, obstacles that are sure to test the racer’s physical,Read More

      • Longmont surveys residents about sharing their streets

        Submitted by Dana Willett on July 24th, 2017

        From the Daily Camera Longmont is asking residents about how cyclists, pedestrians and vehicle drivers might best share city streets as it develops what officials are calling an Enhanced Multi-Use Corridor Plan. The plan, city officials said in a news release, is intended to redesign streets “to provide safe, comfortable and low-stress bicycle and pedestrianRead More

        • Colorado state championships return to Longmont Criterium

          Submitted by Dana Willett on July 8th, 2017

          From the Daily Camera The annual Longmont Criterium bicycle race is back for the 31st edition this Sunday and with it comes the return of the Colorado Senior State Championships. The Longmont Criterium served as the state championships in 2015 but lost the distinction to a race in Littleton last year. This year, however, theRead More

          • Longmont officially opens bike-share stations, pedestrian underpass

            Submitted by Khem Suthiwan on April 24th, 2017

            Longmont and Boulder County officials took a ride on the city’s new Zagster bicycles Thursday afternoon to celebrate the bike-share program and the pedestrian underpass that goes under Ken Pratt Boulevard. Read more

            • Longmont Bike Share Program Launching

              Submitted by Amy on April 17th, 2017

              Longmont has launched a “soft opening” of a bike-share program that will officially open on Thursday with 10 stations around the city. Read more

              • Weekend Preview: December CX

                Submitted by Jen Findley on December 2nd, 2016

                Lots of exciting CX races this weekend even with out the sloppy conditions.
                Be sure to celebrate Global Fat Bike Day, Saturday Dec. 3 Read more

                • REEB Cycles, The Bike Shop at CyclHops

                  Submitted by Jen Findley on November 21st, 2016

                  When’s the last time your bike was stolen and you were inspired to build a new one and open a bike shop? Learn more about REEB Cycles, the bike shop at CyclHops, and their home made bikes. Read more

                  • Longmont’s Resilient St. Vrain project: Riverside recreation & bike skills course

                    Submitted by Dana Willett on November 17th, 2016

                    From the Daily Times-Call Longmont city staff showed off portions of the St. Vrain Greenway on the Mayor’s Bike & Learn tour, asking Longmont residents clad in helmets and perched on bikes to imagine the improvements to come in the next two years. Between 50 and 60 people came out for the tour — manyRead More

                    • Putting on a Race

                      Submitted by Kris Thompson on March 17th, 2008

                      Does that send chills down your spine? I’ve done a lot in cycling but this is one of the most fearful items of my cycling todo’s on my list. Recently, Whitney Debroux talks of his process to get a race organized in Prospect near Longmont. He thought it might be easy but so far its not been. Then you have a different problem of promoting which is what Chris Grealish of DBCevents.com has which is cost and PR. Yes, he loves cycling but he wants to make some money. And if it isn’t cost that is getting to him it’s the PR aspect of the part of promoting, remember last year when the womens field started a boycott of the Boulder Roubaix because of the field categories? Read more