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Fun Mountain Bike Racing This Coming Weekend in Castle Rock
Racing is only 3 days away. We will be marking course on Saturday afternoon so come on out and join us. Once again, the venue will be similar to last time and is a very friendly, safe and spaced out venue. The start area will be plenty large and allows for proper staging separation. Once again, due to popular demand (not), the finish line will be at the top of the steep dirt road and you can roll into a big grassy meadow at the completion of the race. Registration is at the "Mill House" and will [...]
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Mechanic Needed at E-Bike Manufacturer in Denver
Tired of working on old rusty bikes? Come custom build brand new FattE-Bikes with us. FattE-Bikes is Denver's first electric bike company. We are also one of only companies to hand build electric bikes in the USA. FattE-Bikes produces the most customizable electric bikes in the world! All right here in Denver. Have you been under rated or under recognized as a mechanic? Want to have room to be able to advance in your career and not stay stagnant? Join our rapidly growing company if you have the [...]
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Lawyers, Guns and Money, Monarch Crest with Rob Quinn and Dirt Journal
Dateline: Sometime in July Poncha Springs. Monday AM. I slept in my truck last night—we’ll get to that. I checked my phone, dangerously low at 10%. It’s Bob from High Valley Center Bike shuttle. He asks, “since I was the only 8 AM can I sit tight till 10 AM and join a few other Monday Monarch Crest shuttlers? “All good” my economical response. I peer out the back of my Tacoma. Yep. The parking lot at High Valley Bike Shuttle, just like I left it last night around 10PM when I faded i [...]
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Colorado; Lake City to Colorado Springs, Silver to Gold, Mountain, Road and Gravel….
Most towns in the Colorado Rockies began as mining camps and supply depots. 303 visited some of the most rugged and historical towns in Colorado looking for cycling and recreational opportunities—especially ones maybe not as well known and not on the I-70 corridor. Our journey originally started in Buena Vista. Part two began with a climb out of Lake City over notorious Slumgullion pass. It’s not only home to the Alfred Packer grisly tale of cannibalism (did you know he missed hanging by de [...]
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Hot Topics: Saddles and Bike Fit
It’s so natural for us to want to zero in on the simplest thing. “If my butt hurts, it must be my saddle”. “If my foot hurts, it must be my shoes”. Have you ever taken the time to consider how many points of contact you have with your bike? Saddle, handlebars, pedals. All three must be in harmony with one another for a strong foundation in how your bike “fits” you, not to mention the physical factors of our back muscles and overall core stability/strength. Read more [...]
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Go4Graham Team Rides Double Triple in One Day to Help Shred the Stigma
With our big Double Triple Bypass attempt, I had this great idea to recreate Geoffery Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales” but for bikes. I recorded some conversations on the ride, asked questions, took pictures, did everything needed to write a masterpiece. I sat down the day after our ride to begin writing, which involved doing a bit more research on Chaucer’s work. I read a review of “The Canterbury Tales.” It read something like “...this is a great book to read before bedtime, helps yo [...]
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Sasha Underwood’s Life Changing Bike Trek on the Colorado Trail
Sasha took on the 550 mile Colorado Trail, climbing over 80,000 feet and spending 16 nights on her own in the woods. Known for her Ironman’s and Leadville 100 finishes, Sasha dug deep to overcome the challenges of overnighting alone,Read More [...]
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Feedback Seeks Product Engineer
This position supports all aspects of product engineering, collaborating with Industrial Design, Customer Service, Operations, Product Marketing, and Sales when necessary. This role will be primarily supporting new product development and sustaining engineering with high attention to details. This is an exciting role as our small company environment requires this role to be dynamic. Read more [...]
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Colorado Trip, Part 1, Buena Vista to Lake City, Places to Explore off the Beaten Path
Gravel or road? Road or Mountain? Pavement or dirt? Colorado or......Colorado? We have it all. Recently 303 embarked on a journey to discover some new places, or at least be reacquainted with places like Buena Vista, Salida, Gunnison and Crested Butte. But some places, a bit off the beaten track offer amazing cycling options as well. Places like Lake City, Westcliffe, LaVeta, Cuchara, Mosca, Victor, Canon City and Pitkin. If you haven’t been to Buena Vista recently, you might be surprised, l [...]
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Gravel Race and Adventure in Southern Colorado Aug 27th, Pony Express 160
Last week 303 was near here exploring Cuchara valley and the area between La Veta and Trinidad. If you are looking for a fun getaway weekend and are wanting to do a race, check this one out. The Pony Express Gravel 160K in Trinidad. www.ColoradoGravelGrinderChampionship.com Come enjoy Southern Colorado and be sure to check out Trinidad, Cuchara and La Veta while you are in the area. For a fun trip home, if you have time, go to Walsenburg, Westcliffe and to Salida or east down the Arkansas to th [...]
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Ft. Lewis, Fall Blaze Making it Happen to Support Collegiate Cycling
If you are not familiar with Fort Lewis and their mark on college cycling and Durango for that matter, just know that they have won 24 National Championship, as a Division one NCAA sport even though they are not a division one size school Due to budget cuts the 2020 Track and BMX programs have been frozen or temporarily eliminated this year. With two major disciplines out of the mix, a hunt for another National Championship is that much tougher. Read more [...]
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