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Outdoor Retailer adds bikes to its November show in Denver
From BRAIN Outdoor Retailer will be looking to sell space to bike industry brands at its show in Denver this November. Outdoor Retailer is owned by Emerald Expositions, the owner of Interbike, which announced in December that it was canceling its 2019 show. While OR is adding bike space to the events, it is notRead More [...]
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Bicycle Mechanic: Peak Cycles
Peak Cycles is looking to expand their Bicycle Mechanic staff in their Golden shop. Must have industry experience and excellent communication skills. Experience with Di2, ETap and ebike a plus.  Read more [...]
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Finished Goods Technician: Stages Cycling
Stages Cycling is looking for a Finished Good Technician to work with their team in Boulder. Candidate must be detail oriented. Read more [...]
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Triple Bypass, more than just a ride…
Local supports local as Team Evergreen gives back to Bicycle Colorado, other nonprofit organizations Team Evergreen is behind both the Bob Cook Memorial Mount Evans Hill Climb and the Triple Bypass—Colorado’s longest-running bike ride—but they do much more than bring bicyclists together for an epic day in the saddle. They make bike riding safer byRead More [...]
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concussions
March is head injury awareness month, check out these thoughts from Megan Hottman and Colorado Concussion Clinic from some real experiences they had.  Read more [...]
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Toots at High Altitude…It’s Real!
From OutsideBy Erin Beresini Is High Altitude Gas a Thing? Not to be vulgar, but I get gassy whenever I go somewhere above 7,000 feet. Please say it’s not just me. Just about everyone gets the ‘tude toots. Lucky for you, intrepid physician Paul Auerbach decided in 1981 to research the phenomenon so mountain loversRead More [...]
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How to Dress for Winter Riding
Since Punxsutawney Phil’s forecast has gone awry and Old Man Winter is still hanging out in Colorado, here are some tips on how to dress for winter riding, courtesy of DRCOG’s Way to Go program. [...]
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Look east for some great gravel riding!
Recently, you might have heard that Nebraska isn’t for everyone, but when have gravel racers been interested in including ourselves with “everyone?” Isn’t that one of the reasons we’re all doing this? We certainly think so, and we’d like to invite you to come along for the Robidoux Quick and Dirty on June 22 inRead More [...]
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U.S. Olympic cycling medalist Kelly Catlin dies at 23
From The Washington PostBy Cindy Boren Kelly Catlin, a member of the U.S. women’s pursuit team that won a silver medal during the 2016 Olympic Games, died Thursday night, ending her focused, driven life at the age of 23. Her death left her father describing “unbelievable” pain and her sister saying, “I want the worldRead More [...]
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Becky Furuta, on Kelly Catlin’s death, much more in common than racing together….
By Becky Furuta I found out Kelly Catlin died from suicide the same way the rest of the cycling community would uncover the news: On social media. Facebook, actually. A mutual friend racing for Rally UHC Cycling – one of Kelly’s teammates – had posted the statement made by the team only seconds after itRead More [...]
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Design Engineer: Stages Cycling
Stages Cycling is looking to hire a Design Engineer based in their Boulder offices. Check out all the details here. Read more [...]
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