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Fat Biking in Colorado

Colorado consistently ranks as one of the healthiest states in America. It is no surprise, then, that Coloradans are smitten with an outdoor winter activity that sounds insane to those in less active climes: fat biking. By: Staff WriterUpdated: April 17,

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VeloCoach-Taking You To The Next Level

Cyclists, maybe even more than other types of athletes, consistently want to improve. Today, we have coaches available for almost every part of our life. Spiritual, life, career, weightlifting, swimming, etc. Cycling is no different. Possibly it can be even

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Why Zone 2? Why So Easy?

by Vint Schoenfeldt “Why can’t I just do Zwift races every day in the winter? The intensity is high, I can get a good workout in a short amount of time, and I feel like I’m getting faster.” Most of

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Colorado Winter Clothing Guide

By Tom Danielson, CINCH Cycling This past weekend reminded us that here in Colorado, the seasons change as fast as costumes in a Taylor Swift show, (ok, bad example).  Are you confused on what to wear as we move into

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E-bike Rebates Still Going Strong

By Kate Agathon 5,502. Over five thousand more cyclists in the city. Over five thousand less cars sitting in congested Denver traffic. Over five thousand individuals seeking a healthier lifestyle through an alternative mode of transportation. Since its launch on

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Beyond Bike Month

By Kate Agathon Although Bike Month in Colorado is officially over, for some community members, Bike Month is every month of the year.  For these individuals, there is no designated Bike Month on their calendars, because every day is spent

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U.S. Cyclists in the 2023 Tour de France

By Kate Agathon The USA Cycling National Team (and Colorado!) will have a solid representation at the 2023 Tour de France. The average age of these phenomenal cyclists competing on the world’s biggest cycling stage is a mere 25 years.

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Ryan Muncy’s Images of the Boulder Roubaix

In the Paris Roubaix, the challenge is the brutal cobbles, and the beating it puts on both the cycles and the cyclists.  This year, in the Boulder Roubaix, the challenge was the wind.  With estimates of wind throughout the day

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