Why do we belong to teams and clubs? What is important to us in deciding which clubs and teams to join? Maybe it’s like a magic potion in a cauldron of perfection adding just a little of this and some of that. Read more [...]
A Los Angeles cyclist who suffered a major injury after striking a pothole agreed to a $6.5 million settlement with the City this week.
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If you’re a local female cyclist who likes to climb hills then you’ve probably noticed Jennifer Cubillas’s name on the Strava leaderboards. At 48, Jennifer is routinely in contention for QoMs on popular climbs around Boulder (she is currently 3/2145 on Lookout Mountain and 2/1197 on NCAR) though she has only been cycling for four years. In 2016 she won the National Hill Climb Championship for MW40+, and in 2017 she came in fourth in the Pro/Open category. She is blazing fast—not just for [...]
Colorado Gives Day is Tuesday, December 5, and starting on November 1, you can schedule gifts to give to organizations you support--like Bicycle Colorado!
Your donation supports programs like Bike School, our policy work at the Colorado legislature, Safe Routes to School, our Denver Initiative, bicycle commuter services and much more. You can help people learn to ride, be safe riding and share the joy of the ride. Read more [...]
The International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) is seeking candidates for a full-time, exempt, salaried position as a Director of Government Relations. IMBA’s preference is to locate this position in Washington, DC, but applicants interested in being based out of IMBA headquarters in Colorado, as well as applicants working remotely, will also be considered. JOB SUMMARYRead More [...]
In the last few months of racing cyclocross, I’ve realized so many parallels this insane sport has to my own life. As a triathlete for the better of the last 8 years, my life was a lot like my training rides…one big blur after the other in a mad rush to get to the next thing. Was it fun? Absolutely. Would I trade the experiences I had? Never. But I will say, dipping my toe into cyclocross has taught me to slow down and appreciate every turn, fall, and bump. So here are few things I’ve lear [...]
October 9, 2017, Boulder, CO--Cyclists 4 Community is teaming up with the City of Boulder and Boulder County to be more visible while riding. As the days grow shorter, we want to help cyclists stay safe and be seen, both day and night, with lights, front and back. C4C, in conjunction with the City of Boulder, Boulder County, Nite Ize and Skratch Labs, will be giving away free lights at this event, and the first 50 to purchase tickets will also receive two free light sets from Nite Ize (value $40 [...]
An Aurora man will spend 1 1/2 years in county jail and serve two years of probation for shooting a Golden cyclist in the back with a pellet gun. Read more [...]
Colorado State Troopers were trying to determine whether or not a cyclist collided with a semi truck at East County Line Road on Colo. 66 on Friday afternoon. Read more [...]
“If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me Too’ as a status, we might be able to get a sense of the magnitude of the problem.” This message, accompanied by the hashtag #MeToo, started trending on social media on Sunday night, with over 30,000 people, mostly women, joining the campaign. This is one rider’s “me too” story. Read more [...]
These crunchy, salty, savory flavor morsels could not be further from a deconstructed rice cake. KAMUT is a brand of Khorasan wheat, grown by Big Sandy Organics in Big Sandy, Mont. After harvest, the grains are roasted in cold-pressed safflower oil and, according to Big Sandy Organics, “lightly seasoned with sea salt from ancient buried sites in Utah.” I don’t know exactly what that means in practice, but I do love a little mystery with my afternoon snack. Read more [...]