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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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Phil Gaimon, Powerful. Our Responsibility as Media and Pledge at 303
We pledge to do our best to make sure our headlines recognize it's a human driving the car Read more [...]
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BRAC Women’s+ Criterium Clinic
I admit I hadn't raced crits until very recently and was scared to death of them, well you know what, they are are fun and with a little bit of practice and some tips like the ones you will learn in this clinic---give it a try, they will take good care of you!!  Read more [...]
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The 30 Greatest Moments in Tour de France History
THE MOST MEMORABLE SCENES FROM CYCLING’S PREMIER EVENT. BY WHIT YOST Over its 116-year history, the Tour de France has challenged, disgraced, and immortalized the world’s greatest cyclists. But while each year brings fresh triumphs and heartbreaks, these are the 30 moments we will never forget. 1905 – The First Climb The first two editions of the TourRead More [...]
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The unlikely way e-bikes could transform how we age
E-bikes are helping keep seniors young and, in some instances, even alleviating the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. BY EILLIE ANZILOTTI9 MINUTE READ Last year, Miryam Liberman retired from her internal medicine practice in Westlake Village, California, where she had worked for more than 30 years. But before she left, Liberman, 65, was issuing subtle prescriptions toRead More [...]
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Bicyclist struck by car in Boulder hospitalized with serious injuries
From the Boulder Daily CameraBy Kelsey Hammon A bicyclist was hospitalized with serious injuries Saturday morning after he was struck by a car on Foothills Parkway near the Arapahoe Avenue intersection. Police responded to the scene around 11:09 a.m. According to  Detective Jeremy Frenzen, with the Boulder Police Department, the car was traveling southbound onRead More [...]
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Excel Sports Needs Sales Assoc. Very Competitive Wage for Right Person
Excel Sports is looking for an energetic and thoughtful person to work in our retail/warehouse facility as a sales associate. This is a good opportunity to join a staff of supportive co-workers in a relaxed, but productive atmosphere.  Read more [...]
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What is Too Fast on Trails? Ride Trails or Roads?
With dogs not leashed well, kids, walkers and runners spontaneously zig zagging and other cyclists seemingly playing Mario Brothers and trying to pass at stupid times, I find myself in conflict on where to ride. Maybe you do too? Trails or roads???  Read more [...]
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Why Bob Cook Memorial Hill Climb Ranks With Alpe d’Huez–for This Cyclist
The moment I heard about the ride I knew I had to find a way to take part, which when you live in rural Wales some 7400km away is not as easy it it sounds Read more [...]
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The Pro’s Closet—Growing Way Beyond “Closet”
“To succeed at our vision at The Pro’s Closet, I have been on a mission to build a dream team, and Matt and Spencer are key members of that ideal team,” said Nick Martin — CEO and founder of The Pro’s Closet Read more [...]
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