2nd Annual Crank It Forward Gala is May 18. Tickets are on sale now, but will sell out fast. Get yours today! Read more [...]
A study in the UK shows that folks that bike commute live longer than those who don't. Here's how their study worked. Read more [...]
In 2016, we posted this product review on the brand new Lumos ‘Smart Helmet’, original posting here. With it’s LED lights and directional arrows that allow for easier viability in the dark, it was a much needed addition to the helmet options on the market. May is Bike Month, and with this in mind, AppleRead More [...]
Ladies! The day is here International Women's MTB Day, Saturday May 5th. Sacred Rides Boulder's Lauren Costantini shares way you can get involved. Read more [...]
So many amazing events this weekend. Be sure to check event status on home web pages.
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The Pro's Closet is increasing their staff. They are seeking someone who will give a high level of attention to detail and consistency, who can stay organized in a busy work environment and can work both individually and as part of a team. Read more [...]
A driver in Michigan faces five counts of second-degree murder for his role in a car-bike collision that killed five cyclists and injured four. The driver, who was high on painkillers and muscle relaxers, is also charged with reckless driving causing death. Read more [...]
I know the word ‘fat’ makes some of you uncomfortable, but that is what I am: a fat woman who loves bikes. As such, my past four years of falling in love with two-wheeled adventures has come with its own challenges on and off the bike. And so I’ve decided to share my bits of wisdom with all of you, my fellow fatties, chubby people and plus size cyclists.
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Weather is looking good for this weekends events. Have great time. Read more [...]
Stages Cycling is looking for passionate, detail-oriented team members to join us in delivering creating the highest quality power meter for our customers. This position is located in their Boulder facility. Read more [...]
I was a different person yesterday, I thought. Just days before, I had been wrapped in the comfort of gratitude. Without warning, the tides of life and change and human evolution and eroded it all, leaving me with the sense that I was sitting on the ledge of disaster.
My husband had lost his job of 27 years. We had no health insurance, which was a terrifying proposition for someone living with type one diabetes. My cycling sponsors had just ended their support of the women’s team and the elit [...]