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If You Had Just One Bike–Which One Would You Choose?
What I love about my Adventure bike is, well, it’s simple and versatile and great for a variety of conditions. I like riding it on both paved and dirt roads, on dirt trails, in not-so-deep snow, anywhere really.  Read more [...]
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How a schedule headache helped the Leadville 100 and SBT GRVL launch “LeadBoat”
Betsy Welch, VeloNews When the Leadville 100 MTB and SBT GRVL races were scheduled on back-to-back days, organizers decided to create a new endurance event called the LeadBoat Challenge. What was initially an “Oh no” moment for organizers of the SBT GRVL and Leadville Trail 100 MTB races quickly turned into an “Aha” one. Now, the gravel and mountain-bikeRead More [...]
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Cycling Coordinator to help Youth development through cycling–cool opportunity to make a difference!
Mile High 360 is an after-school college access program for underserved students in Denver Public Schools. Read more [...]
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Cycling World Record, PeopleForBikes, Cyclist Lawyer, 7,000 miles in 28 hours…
On December 1-2, 2019, 20-25 riders will attempt to break the World Record for the longest static cycling class in history. Combined, we will ride mileage equivalent to biking from NYC to LA… and bac Read more [...]
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Davis Phinney Foundation Seeks Events and Development Manager
The Events and Development Manager plays a critical role in ensuring that the mission and goals of the Foundation are met through strategic, thoughtful and innovative events, fundraising, partnerships and collaboration.  Read more [...]
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Winter Riding Tips: Winter Commuting Tips, From a Pro
I feel like a super-star each and every day I ride to and from work from about November-April.  Read more [...]
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When you see 303 Ambassador, Rob Quinn helping at a High School Race–know his cool MTB history
My buddies and I rode mountain bikes, Armando and his buddies rode Motorcycles giving us front and rear support.Lunch consisted of ice cold Tecates and cold burritos the Moto guys carried.  Read more [...]
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SURPRISE! Federal Panel Seeks Mandatory Helmet Laws
A federal safety board issued a surprise recommendation for mandatory bike helmet laws in all 50 states — unanimously approving a last-minute resolution that had not been recommended by the board’s own staff. Read more [...]
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Do You Know the Chesaux Cup?–Here’s the Scoop
By Loni Sue Jenkins On a Summer day over 10 years ago Lance Panigutti and Loni Sue Jenkins met in Boulder to discuss a memorial for Matthieu Chesaux, Jenkins’s late fiancé. Matthieu was Boulder-area cyclist and all around outdoorsman, who died tragically in a backcountry skiing accident in 2008. The Chesaux Cup was founded inRead More [...]
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My European Cycling Adventure
By Khem Suthiwan There are times in your life you just have to take full advantage of your situation and there is no shame in that. With the opportunity to do some photography for USA Triathlon in Lausanne, Swizterland at the ITU World Championship, I couldn’t pass up the chance to go ride some ofRead More [...]
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What is Possible? Records Keep Falling, Upcoming Podcast with Sarah Tomas
recording a time that has never been achieved before and pushing the limits of human ability, again. It is a time on the fringes of what scientists believe is humanly possible. Read more [...]
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