• Check Out Upcoming 3 Day MTB Stage Race in Winter Park–Qualifier for Nationals

    Submitted by Bill Plock on June 7th, 2021

    Rattler Racing has been around awhile just coming off a successful new gravel race in Eastern Colorado, the Mad Gravel. Now their focus will turn to a three day mountain bike stage race in Winter Park June 17-19–and you will not be racing on Fathers Day if you need to keep that open for family time.  Read more

    • Team Evergreen’s Intro’s Weeknight Short Course Enduro Session Series at Floyd Hill

      Submitted by Bill Plock on April 1st, 2021

      Team Evergreen introduces the Session Series at Floyd Hill – a new weeknight short-course enduro series with a weekend finale on The Sluice, a highlight acclaimed trail at Floyd Hill in Clear Creek. The Sluice, originally known as Segment 4, opened for the first time on August 21, 2019. This mountain-bike-only public trail offers riders an extremely accessible opportunity to test their skills on a one-way trail. It is one of only a few top-to-bottom bike trails in Colorado aside from ski resorts and is known for its technical, rocky terrain. With steep rocks, high berms, and big jumps, it’s any technical rider’s dream.

      The series will benefit Clear Creek County to continue the trail-building efforts of the Colorado Mountain Bike Association (COMBA), including a downhill trail system at Virginia Canyon and the Warren Gulch trail. Project Bike Tech, dedicated to teaching bike mechanics to high school students, will also be a beneficiary of the Session Series. Read more

      • Megan Hottman; Back to being a ‘Newb and Pandemic-versary

        Submitted by 303cycling on March 15th, 2021

        The tears welled up in my eyes today as I stood near the start line for the national anthem. It gripped me by the throat – more, I dare say- than ever before. My throat tightened and emotions bubbled up as I reflected on my reality:

        I am at the start line of a bike race

        One year ago, my world (and your world & the entire world) felt like it was ending. We were locked down and scared out of our minds with so much uncertainty, so many unknowns, so much panic. For the first time in my lifetime I went to my local Sprouts in March of 2020 and saw many of the shelves totally empty. How could we NOT panic when we saw our neighbors hoarding food and supplies?! Read more

        • Fun Mountain Bike Racing This Coming Weekend in Castle Rock

          Submitted by Bill Plock on September 10th, 2020

          Racing is only 3 days away. We will be marking course on Saturday afternoon so come on out and join us. Once again, the venue will be similar to last time and is a very friendly, safe and spaced out venue. The start area will be plenty large and allows for proper staging separation. Once again, due to popular demand (not), the finish line will be at the top of the steep dirt road and you can roll into a big grassy meadow at the completion of the race. Registration is at the “Mill House” and will be setup with one-way foot traffic to get your number plate and other product from our friends at Hammer Nutrition. The venue is perfect for all of us to spread out.  Read more

          • On Eve of 3rd Race of High School MTB, Look back at Two Standouts from Summer

            Submitted by Bill Plock on September 20th, 2019

            Competing at the highest junior level of U.S. mountain biking in Winter Park at the USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships, Forney and Campbell both won Friday’s cross-country races and Sunday’s short-track cross country races in their respective categories.  Read more

            • The Rattler. The devil is in the details.

              Submitted by Bill Plock on July 15th, 2019

              The Rattler MTB series takes place in Bear Creek Park. The next race is on August 14th, go here to learn more about this race and all the races put on by Rattler Series…click HERE By Rob Quinn The snakeRead More

              • Armstrong gets the Postal band back together in AZ

                Submitted by 303cycling on February 3rd, 2017

                Lance Armstrong attends Triathlon Business International meeting. From Velo News By Caley Fretz, published 1/18/2017 Lance Armstrong, George Hincapie, Christian Vande Velde, and Dylan Casey, all former riders with the U.S. Postal Service team, will ride the 24 Hours ofRead More