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Toots at High Altitude…It’s Real!
From OutsideBy Erin Beresini Is High Altitude Gas a Thing? Not to be vulgar, but I get gassy whenever I go somewhere above 7,000 feet. Please say it’s not just me. Just about everyone gets the ‘tude toots. Lucky for you, intrepid physician Paul Auerbach decided in 1981 to research the phenomenon so mountain loversRead More [...]
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How to Dress for Winter Riding
Since Punxsutawney Phil’s forecast has gone awry and Old Man Winter is still hanging out in Colorado, here are some tips on how to dress for winter riding, courtesy of DRCOG’s Way to Go program. [...]
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Look east for some great gravel riding!
Recently, you might have heard that Nebraska isn’t for everyone, but when have gravel racers been interested in including ourselves with “everyone?” Isn’t that one of the reasons we’re all doing this? We certainly think so, and we’d like to invite you to come along for the Robidoux Quick and Dirty on June 22 inRead More [...]
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U.S. Olympic cycling medalist Kelly Catlin dies at 23
From The Washington PostBy Cindy Boren Kelly Catlin, a member of the U.S. women’s pursuit team that won a silver medal during the 2016 Olympic Games, died Thursday night, ending her focused, driven life at the age of 23. Her death left her father describing “unbelievable” pain and her sister saying, “I want the worldRead More [...]
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Becky Furuta, on Kelly Catlin’s death, much more in common than racing together….
By Becky Furuta I found out Kelly Catlin died from suicide the same way the rest of the cycling community would uncover the news: On social media. Facebook, actually. A mutual friend racing for Rally UHC Cycling – one of Kelly’s teammates – had posted the statement made by the team only seconds after itRead More [...]
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Design Engineer: Stages Cycling
Stages Cycling is looking to hire a Design Engineer based in their Boulder offices. Check out all the details here. Read more [...]
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Notable Women in Cycling History
By Khem Suthiwan International Women’s Day wouldn’t be complete without recognizing a few of the leading ladies in cycling, both past and present. So many to choose from, but only so much space on the interwebs, so here are the ones who are definitely worth mentioning and sharing! Annie “Londonderry” Cohen Kopchovsky (1870-1947) Back whenRead More [...]
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This New 4,000 Mile Trail Will Let People Bike From Coast to Coast on One Seamless Path
From Travel & LeisureBy Andrea Romano Grab your helmet and set out for the great outdoors. But instead of opting for a classic summer road trip, you’ll soon be able to try out something a little more challenging — like biking across the mainland United States. And soon it’s going to be easier than ever.Read More [...]
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Wealth Guru Plans Dutch-Style Car-Free Bicycle-Friendly City Near Boulder, Colorado
From Forbes.comBy Carlton Reid Wealth guru Pete Adeney has teamed up with a Netherlands-based urban design consultancy to float the idea of a planned community in Colorado that would be car-free and bicycle-friendly. Situated between Longmont and Boulder, the proposed community – provisionally known as Cyclocroft – could be built in a one-square-mile plot, andRead More [...]
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Service Mechanic: Boulder Cycle Sport
As a Service Mechanic, you are an integral part of the Boulder Cycle Sport service team. You sell, perform, and educate customers on the servicing of bicycles, related components, and accessories. You consistently provide excellent customer service and maintain a clean and organized service area. You have a passion for cycling and the ability toRead More [...]
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Self driving cars–good for cyclists?
From Bicycling.comBy Jordan Smith Will Self-Driving Cars “Choose” to Kill Cyclists? In March, a self-driving car struck and killed a woman walking her bike across a road in Tempe, Arizona. The car, operated by the ride-hailing company Uber, had a test driver behind the wheel. But according to police, the driver was looking down atRead More [...]
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