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Notable Women in Cycling History
By Khem Suthiwan International Women’s Day wouldn’t be complete without recognizing a few of the leading ladies in cycling, both past and present. So many to choose from, but only so much space on the interwebs, so here are the ones who are definitely worth mentioning and sharing! Annie “Londonderry” Cohen Kopchovsky (1870-1947) Back whenRead More [...]
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This New 4,000 Mile Trail Will Let People Bike From Coast to Coast on One Seamless Path
From Travel & LeisureBy Andrea Romano Grab your helmet and set out for the great outdoors. But instead of opting for a classic summer road trip, you’ll soon be able to try out something a little more challenging — like biking across the mainland United States. And soon it’s going to be easier than ever.Read More [...]
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Wealth Guru Plans Dutch-Style Car-Free Bicycle-Friendly City Near Boulder, Colorado
From Forbes.comBy Carlton Reid Wealth guru Pete Adeney has teamed up with a Netherlands-based urban design consultancy to float the idea of a planned community in Colorado that would be car-free and bicycle-friendly. Situated between Longmont and Boulder, the proposed community – provisionally known as Cyclocroft – could be built in a one-square-mile plot, andRead More [...]
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Service Mechanic: Boulder Cycle Sport
As a Service Mechanic, you are an integral part of the Boulder Cycle Sport service team. You sell, perform, and educate customers on the servicing of bicycles, related components, and accessories. You consistently provide excellent customer service and maintain a clean and organized service area. You have a passion for cycling and the ability toRead More [...]
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Self driving cars–good for cyclists?
From Bicycling.comBy Jordan Smith Will Self-Driving Cars “Choose” to Kill Cyclists? In March, a self-driving car struck and killed a woman walking her bike across a road in Tempe, Arizona. The car, operated by the ride-hailing company Uber, had a test driver behind the wheel. But according to police, the driver was looking down atRead More [...]
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Beginner Ride – Bear Creek Lake Park
Beginner Rides Project:  None Sunday, April 14, 2019 - 9:00am to 1:00pmBear Creak Lake Park 15600 W Morrison Rd Lakewood, CO 80228 Our April beginner ride will be held at Bear Creek Lake Park in Lakewood - Cottontail Picnic Area. Entrance into the Bear Creek Lake Park is $10/car so carpooling is encouraged. Please DO NOT park outside of the entrance of the park and ride in. Doing so puts COMBA at risk of losing this venue for our rides. We will meet at [...]
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Bike Messenger Emergency Fund Gives Grants to Working Cyclists Hurt on the Job
From Bicycling.comBy David Colon Like so many bike messengers before him, Rigo remembers when an on-the-job injury made him unable to work. “I got doored right over there,” Rigo said at a recent cycling protest in New York City, pointing to a corner in Midtown Manhattan. (Given the nature of the event—a protest against policeRead More [...]
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Bikepacking Iceland movie Premier!
By Bill Plock Be sure to check out the upcoming movie, SHARED TERRITORY, filmed and produced by local cyclist and creative expert, Justin Balog. It’s about an adventure across Iceland, making 457 river crossings, conquering Europe’s second largest glacier, navigating volcanoes and meeting some incredible people. The movie will be shown at the Oriental TheaterRead More [...]
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Follow up story on Denver bicyclist paralyzed in car crash awarded $52.5 million — one of the largest jury verdicts in Colorado history
From The Denver PostBy Andrew Kenney Crash involved two cars, including one driven by a Labor Finders worker, which was a key element in the case Gary Suydam was struck by two cars and paralyzed on Jan. 27, 2017, as he rode his bike home from work. This month, a jury awarded him more thanRead More [...]
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BRAIN is hiring a managing editor
From Bicycle Retailer Pocket Outdoor Media, LLC, the owner of Bicycle Retailer & Industry News, is seeking a driven, proactive and detail-oriented managing editor to join our team in Boulder. The managing editor’s primary responsibility is oversight of editorial production and management of Bicycle Retailer magazine, BicycleRetailer.com and other related properties, including newsletters and podcasts.Read More [...]
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Inside Sales Associate: Moots Cycles
Moots Cycles has an exciting opportunity for an inside sales position that will work with our sales team to provide outstanding customer service and purchase experience out of our Steamboat Springs facility. This position will be responsible for a variety of sales and customer service activities including online direct to consumer activities, full management ofRead More [...]
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