• Group Rides Do’s and Don’ts

    Submitted by Bill Plock on May 30th, 2019

    …rides are often a great source of frustration to motorists, especially in areas such as canyon roads, where there is little room to pass or no bike lane or shoulder for cyclists. Often, groups even take over the whole lane, riding four to five riders abreast, which makes it nearly impossible to pass safely. Read more

    • How Bike Cameras Can Help Cyclists

      Submitted by 303cycling on June 11th, 2018

      There are many options for cameras for helmets and bikes. It can be tough to decide which it best. Megan Hottman, shares her review on several different options. Read more

      • Take the Pledge: April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

        Submitted by 303cycling on April 27th, 2018

        Cyclist John Kirby was riding in the bike lane in Parker, Colorado in November 2017 when he was hit and killed by an alleged distracted Cyclist John Kirby was riding in the bike lane in Parker, Colorado in November 2017 when he was hit and killed by an alleged distracted driver.

        According to the arrest affidavit, the driver became distracted when she “looked down to push the off button on the vehicle’s stereo,” to turn off an incoming call. That’s when she veered into the bike lane hitting Kirby. Read more

        • Bike Commuting with your Dog! It’s not only possible, it’s so AWESOME!

          Submitted by 303cycling on January 15th, 2018

          From Bike Ambassador Team Blog Commuting is bliss. Adding a dog to the mix well… that’s heaven. How awesome to get to where you’re going, and for your pup to get a workout in at the same time. It’s theRead More

          • Riding in the Wind from GCN

            Submitted by Kris Thompson on January 31st, 2014

            Winter is here. Spring races are on the horizon (ahem…Gephardt, Automotive Classic). This means “wind-racing” here in Colorado.Global Cycling Network breaks is down for us–with a lovely accent, no less. Read more