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Bike Lanes Make Cities Safer for Everyone
Evidence is mounting that designing cities with bikes in mind has a profound effect on everyone—not just cyclists From Outside MagazineBy Joe Lindsey One of the long-standing arguments against building bike lanes is that cyclists are freeloaders: we enjoy the benefits of road networks without paying gas and vehicle taxes, so if we want ourRead More [...]
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Thorpe Marketing Looking for Sports Marketing Coordinator
Are you interested in sports marketing or want to get your foot in the door to the cycling/outdoor industry? Thorpe Marketing is looking for an awesome, detail-oriented part-timer (or paid intern) interested in gaining marketing experience, learning new skills and teamwork.  Read more [...]
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Boulder cyclist injured in hit-and-run over the weekend
Andrew Bernstein airlifted to Denver Health with life-threatening injuries following Arapahoe Road crash From the Daily CameraBy Mitchell Byars The Colorado State Patrol is investigating a hit-and-run crash that left a Boulder cyclist with life-threatening injuries on Saturday. Andrew “Bernie” Bernstein was biking west on Arapahoe Road near Legion Park on Saturday at around 4:30Read More [...]
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Mines, Colorado Classic Trailblazing Women Panel, July 26th, Don’t Miss This One!
The event’s keynote panel will feature a collegiate cycling and triathlon champion, an author and the first female paraplegic to complete an Ironman triathlon, and a competitive equestrian and Gates Corporation engineer who together will address the topic of “Women Engineering Change and Blazing Their Own Trails.” Read more [...]
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Bannock Street Crit looking for Volunteers
The 26th Annual Bannock Street Criterium in Memory of Mike Nields will be here soon, scheduled for Sunday August 4, 2019. What a huge milestone – 26 years, same course! We need a critical component to make our race successful: VOLUNTEERS on race day (YOU). I need to know that I can count on yourRead More [...]
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Reckless Driver Kills Bike Advocate Scott Hendrickson
By Andy Bosselman, StreetsBlog Scott Hendrickson, a beloved cyclist, pedicab driver and bike shop worker with a macabre sense of humor, died after being hit by a reckless driver last week at one of Denver’s many unsafe intersections — the first person on a bike killed so far this year. Police have offered little informationRead More [...]
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Triple Bypass, it’s About the Journey
It's about all the people you meet riding, the history that is passed by and the many miles high in altitude testing our fortitude and sense of wanting to accomplish something. It doesn't matter how fast, slow or somewhere in between--- as long as you finish and have fun!  Read more [...]
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QBP Seeks Warehouse Pro
QBP is one of the world’s leading distributors of bicycles, components, and accessories. We employ passionate, talented people who consistently deliver great results.  As a DC Pro, you will primarily work with an Inbound team that is responsible for receiving, restocking, picking non-conveyable orders, and replenishments as needed.  You are an integral part of overallRead More [...]
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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office needs help to identify driver who killed Parker cyclist
Sheriff’s Office needs help from the public in identifying driver who killed Parker resident From the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office The Parker resident that was hit while riding his bicycle has died due to his injuries and the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s help in finding the driver of the vehicle that fledRead More [...]
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Triple Bypass, It’s Place in History, The Old Victory Highway and “Epicness”
By Bill Plock In 2010 in the middle of Iowa, near the old Lincoln Highway (there is a significance to the Lincoln highway related to the Triple) it really struck me how iconic the Triple Bypass is. I was riding RAGRAI, the annual bike ride across Iowa that attracts about 20,000 people on a weekRead More [...]
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Colorado Classic®​ ​ presented by VF Corporation Announces Challenging 2019 Race Routes
every racer and fan, with high-altitude QOMs, breakneck sprints, six-miles of gravel, tight technical street racing and one of the most treacherous climbs in Colorado. The course will cover a total of 220 miles (354kms) with 13,667 feet (4,166m) of climbing while showcasing Colorado’s iconic terrain Read more [...]
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