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In Case You Missed This From Bicycle Colorado’s Moving People Forward, Podcast; War on Cars, Kyle Clark Guest
In their first live episode, The War on Cars headed to Denver, Colorado to check in on the Mile High City’s battle against automobile dominance. From the announcement that the Denver Department of Transportation and Infrastructure will install 125 miles of bike lanes by 2023 to the recent closure of B-cycle, the city’s bicycle sharing system, it’s been a year of good news and bad for Denverites. And there’s no one better to comment on the news than our guest, Kyle Clark, the host of “N [...]
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Colorado’s Eric Brunner Race Report from Cyclocross World Championships
I am Eric Brunner from Boulder, Colorado and a member of the BLUE Factory Team. I spent the past six weeks racing in Europe with USA cycling after winning U23 Nationals and being selected to Team USA for Cyclocross Worlds. During that time, I competed in eight races including four World Cups and culminating with the Cyclocross World Championships in Dübendorf, Switzerland Overall, the trip felt constructive. It provided the opportunity for me to live a bit like a pro cyclist for a while, wi [...]
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Katie Compton Is Heading to Dirty Kanza
THE CYCLOCROSS CHAMPION IS RIDING THE 50 MILER AND SUPPORTING WOMEN RIDE THE WORLD. From Bicycling.comBy Selene Yeager Before you get too excited, no, 15 time U.S. National Cyclocross Champion Katie Fn Compton is not becoming a gravel privateer anytime soon…or ever. But theRead More [...]
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This Coloradan Shares Why Phoenix Rocks in Mountain Biking
Since all work and no play makes Rob a very boring boy, I have basically taken this quarterly schlep to the next level of fun by always driving with a bike and stopping along the way to ride and explore. Which brings us to the question. Is Phoenix a Mountain Biking mecca? Read more [...]
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We Don’t Know Until We Do, Becky Furuta’s Deep Dive, Why Go4Graham and Mental Health So Vital
That time alone is one of the reasons I love endless hours of solo training on the bicycle. So many professional cyclists and domestic elites settle in Boulder precisely because it affords them the opportunity to connect with other talented riders, to share long days spent in the saddle with those who have the same training demands, and to enjoy a sense of community in the sport. I like all those things, too, but constant companionship exhausts me. I enjoy meeting fans and shaking hands and swap [...]
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Amy D. Foundation Names New Executive Director Julie Kuliecza
(Boulder, CO). The Amy D. Foundation announced Julie Kuliecza as the Executive Director of the nonprofit dedicated to building opportunity, participation, and equality for women in the sport of cycling, a paralegal, professional cyclist and former managing director of a nonprofit, has previously served as a grant writer for the Amy D. Foundation. Prior to Kuliecza’s appointment, managing the Foundation was dispersed among the current board members. Thanks to a generous grant provided by the R [...]
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Build Cycling Academy Announces Mountain Bike Team for Junior Cyclists
BUILD Sports Performance Lab and Physical Therapy is pleased to announce the launch of their new BUILD Cycling Academy Mountain Bike Team. The BUILD Cycling Academy is designed to provide a positive and engaging cycling experience that accelerates the growth of all athletes in the program. The MTB team is a performance focused program for aspiring young athlete seeking success in the MTB discipline.  Read more [...]
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Pactimo Looking for Customer Service/Brand Rep
Feb. 11th: A trusted leader in premium cycling wear is looking to add a customer service/brand representative to its team in Denver. Read more [...]
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Winning Isn’t Everything—Progress Is
Even before I signed up, I knew I wouldn’t win this year’s Zwift Academy competition. This worldwide virtual riding contest would award one man and one woman—out of 68,603 participants—a spot on a pro team, based on measured performances. And sure enough, when the list of 10 women who made the semifinals was announced, I wasn’t on it. Read more [...]
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Stages Cycling Seeks Team Player as Production Technician
Responsible for working within the Production Team to assemble products of Stages Cycling. The Product Technician position is an entry-level position. Responsible for learning one or more steps in the assembly process as assigned. Read more [...]
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Your Winter Dose Of LSD, Long Steady Distance, A Bike Adventure in Baja CA
Are you sitting on your trainer, staring out the window at the snow piling up on your back deck? Or maybe you’re bundled up like the Michelin Man, taking advantage of a sucker hole in the foul weather, the one that ends in a sideways downpour with gusts that nearly blow you into the ditch. Perhaps you have surrendered to Mother Nature and have taken up swimming, skiing, or surfing Netflix from the comfort of your couch. But what you’re dreaming of is heading out in your summer jersey and sho [...]
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