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Lighten UP Boulder Event, Nov. 2nd to Give Away FREE Nite Ize Lights for Cycling Safety
October 9, 2017, Boulder, CO--Cyclists 4 Community is teaming up with the City of Boulder and Boulder County to be more visible while riding. As the days grow shorter, we want to help cyclists stay safe and be seen, both day and night, with lights, front and back. C4C, in conjunction with the City of Boulder, Boulder County, Nite Ize and Skratch Labs, will be giving away free lights at this event, and the first 50 to purchase tickets will also receive two free light sets from Nite Ize (value $40 [...]
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Update to Man who “hates bikes” and shot cyclists
An Aurora man will spend 1 1/2 years in county jail and serve two years of probation for shooting a Golden cyclist in the back with a pellet gun. Read more [...]
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Cyclist hospitalized after reported crash with semi in Boulder County
Colorado State Troopers were trying to determine whether or not a cyclist collided with a semi truck at East County Line Road on Colo. 66 on Friday afternoon. Read more [...]
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Gloria Liu discusses #MeToo, and her cycling climb to confront her past abuse
“If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me Too’ as a status, we might be able to get a sense of the magnitude of the problem.” This message, accompanied by the hashtag #MeToo, started trending on social media on Sunday night, with over 30,000 people, mostly women, joining the campaign. This is one rider’s “me too” story. Read more [...]
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Kracklin’ Kamit Product Review – massive crunch!
These crunchy, salty, savory flavor morsels could not be further from a deconstructed rice cake. KAMUT is a brand of Khorasan wheat, grown by Big Sandy Organics in Big Sandy, Mont. After harvest, the grains are roasted in cold-pressed safflower oil and, according to Big Sandy Organics, “lightly seasoned with sea salt from ancient buried sites in Utah.” I don’t know exactly what that means in practice, but I do love a little mystery with my afternoon snack. Read more [...]
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USA Cycling Hiring Rocky Mountain Conference Road Season Coordinator
Summary: This position is primarily responsible for attending races throughout the racing season to manage on-site issues and coordinate the registration, results and conference omnium processes. The successful applicant should possess high levels of customer service, managerial skills and motivation with the desire to develop the program. An extensive familiarity with Microsoft Excel is helpful.Read More [...]
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Exclusive excerpt from cyclist Adelaide Perr’s new book
"When a cyclist is hit by a car the witnesses, family, friends, caretakers, and community at-large also suffer from trauma. My book will share my recovery, my family’s experiences, managing PTSD, and more" Read more [...]
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No Shoes, No Socks, No Service: Cheri Felix says even on “off” days, it’s good to ride around in circles
A Sunday or so ago I woke up feeling like I'd spent the night at a fraternity and a sorority. I was so bone tired that I wouldn't have been able to do a walk of shame. Okay, maybe it wasn't that bad but it was bad. Every once in awhile, when the moon is just so and the tides are low and hormonal balance is just right (which is to say about every 4-5 months), I wake up feeling awful.  Read more [...]
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Ladies! Satisfy Your Cross Curiosity at School Yard Cross!
By Khem Suthiwan What is this cyclocross business all about?? Heckling…yes! Oodles of fun…yes! Super supportive environment…yes! It’s also a great way to throw in some variety to your training and racing. On Wednesday, October 18th starting at 4:15pm, you’ll have the opportunity to learn CX skills from local professional female coaches during the Women’sRead More [...]
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Nebraska’s 3-foot law: Why it matters
On July 20, 2016, at around 6:00 am, Jeff was riding his bike on Highway 30 near Sidney, Nebraska. An avid cyclist and racer, Jeff was familiar with this highway, and he rode it regularly. He had a red, rear-facing blinky light on his bike. Jeff is 49, married, and has two sons in their early 20s. Jeff has been mountain biking since 1988, road cycling since 1999, and began road racing in 2002. He grew up racing motocross and riding freestyle BMX. Needless to say, Jeff can handle his bike, and he [...]
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Bike Tour Director – The Denver Post Ride The Rockies/Pedal The Plains
The Denver Post Community Foundation is currently seeking an experienced candidate to serve as Tour Director of The Denver Post Ride The Rockies and The Denver Post Pedal The Plains Bicycle Tours. This position reports directly to the Exec. Dir. of The Denver Post Community Foundation and is supported by three full time staff membersRead More [...]
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