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  • Mountain Biking
    10 problematic symptoms for trail building
    Studies show that residents of Colorado Springs are frequenting parks and trails anywhere from 1 to 4 times a week. Although there are many types of outdoor recreation, mountain biking is increasing the number of residents taking up the sport, and...
  • Colorado Springs Cycling
    A bicycle touring business is born
    A local cyclist tells all in an interview about his buying his own business and becoming an entrepreneur. Dylan Scott now has two daughters, ages 3 and 8, and has resided in Colorado Springs for 13 years. He is originally from Minnesota where he...
  • Bike Lanes
    City takes action to add new bike lanes
    The new bike lane has cyclists excited to "share the road", but some cyclists are bewildered. The configuration is on westbound Austin Bluffs Parkway to the middle of the off ramp for North Union Boulevard. There is a 90-degree angle...
  • Tour de Peninsula cycling event attracts cross-community support
    Tour de Peninsula cycling event attracts cross-community support
    Record numbers of participants are entered for the Tour de Peninsula community cycling event, based at Coyote Point Park, August 2nd, and six-year event sponsor Kaiser Permanente couldn’t be happier about it."Kaiser Permanente has been...
  • The US Olympic Games 2016 Rio
    The world's fastest cyclists travel to Colorado Springs
    With over 20 years of experience competing at an elite level, Sarah Hammer makes her mark at the Independence Day Grand Prix. The event is one of three that took place at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center Velodrome early this month. The...
  • Colorado Springs US Cup
    The results are in for pro racing season
    Competitors come from all around the world to race in the US Cup races.The Colorado Springs US Cup cross-country is located in the Pulpit Rock Open Space, which starts and finishes near the University of ColoradoColorado Springs campus. Hundreds...
  • Safety is First
    Are female cyclists more vulnerable?
    Women's racing at the USA Pro Challenge kicks off on the same 2015 time trial course that will be shared with the male riders. The 8.5-mile time trial starts out flat, and then it's on to the climb up the steep grades of Moonstone Road for...
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    Bicyclist completes 4th of 12 STP's in one day
    Two hundred six miles, 10,000 riders, the Group Health STP Classic has been an annual bicycling event for 36 years. It’s so popular that it sells each year. Though some find the two hundred mile ride as something to cross off their bucket...
  • Peters Canyon Trail closing again
    Peters Canyon Trail end games
    Signs have appeared along the western end of the Peters Canyon Trail, in the mysterious way that signs seem to magically crop up, advising users that the trail will be closed from July 15 through August 16. This will not affect the bulk of...
  • Local TdP bike ride offers good fun and great value for all the family
    Local TdP bike ride offers good fun and great value for all the family
    Finding an organized active recreation event designed for the whole family is not all that easy these days, but the Tour de Peninsula bicycle ride, based in Coyote Point Park, San Mateo, August 2, is just that.A fundraiser for the San Mateo County...
  • Trails and Open Space Coalition
    Cycling brings community together
    The Starlight Spectacular cycling event is what we call "old-school." For more than 20 years, local bicyclists have gathered for the evening ride in Garden of the Gods Park. The ride benefits the Trails and Open Space Coalition, a...
  • Pedestrians with smart phones
    NYC motorists, cyclists, pedestrians: Get serious about safety
    With the Tour de France underway, and the recreational cycling season in full swing, it is time for New York City movers and shakers - meaning motorists, pedestrians and cyclists - to finally get serious about safety. That means: obey the laws; do...
  • Request for Driver Reexamination
    What can a harassed cyclist do?
    Thanks to Pete van Nuys of the Orange County Bicycle Coalition I have just become aware of yet another option that cyclists have to deal with hostile or bad drivers. It is far from a solution to the harassment and horrible drivers we encounter on...
  • A simple machine
    How to enjoy cycling
    Start on a grassy knoll, a few years before “grassy knoll” became something sinister, urban and blood-spattered instead of blissful, pastoral and full of dandelions.Revel between fear and excitement, but don’t make the connection...
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    SDOT and consultant team present EIS update
    Seattle Department of Transportation and consultant team presented an update of the Environment Impact Study (EIS) progress for the Burke-Gilman Trail “Missing Link” at an Open House on Thursday evening. Before the formal presentation,...
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