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Colorado Bicycle Summit

2014 Colorado Bicycle Summit Recap

This past Monday I had the opportunity to attend most of the 2014 Colorado Bicycle Summit. Unfortunately, I missed the morning speakers which included CO Governor, John Hickenlooper, and an old friend from DC, Andy Clark of the Bike League. I’m hoping that 303 Cycling will do a recap of these speeches so I can pass them along to you! Key Highlights at the Colorado…

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Evelyn Stevens: Why We Play from SoulPancake

SoulPancake presents: Evelyn Stevens: Why We Play Meet Evelyn Stevens. Olympian, World Champion, and one of the greatest female cyclists competing in the professional world today. What separates her though from those she races against is her extraordinary escape from the confines of her former life in a Wall Street cubicle and meteoric rise to the top of her sport.

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Motivational Monday with Mary

What is your name? Mary Gersemalina What type of cycling do you enjoy? Bike touring, randonneuring, day rides, commuting, and tooling around town What is your first cycling memory? My first memory is being a little kid and learning to ride without training wheels. To master two-wheeled technique, I resorted to a combination of weaving and paddling circles on a little red bike in my…

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Motivational Monday with Julie

Motivational Monday with Julie in NC

Motivational Monday, a Monday tradition at Bike Shop Girl, my goal to keep you motivated and to be striving on the bike even during a hard week or long hours at work.

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Motivational Monday Molly

Motivational Monday with Molly in Charlotte

What is your name and location? Molly in Charlotte, NC What type of cycling do you enjoy? Road What is your first cycling memory? Teaching myself how to ride a bike in my driveway when I was 5 or 6. It was too big for me and there were no training wheels, I stayed out until it was dark, determined to learn to ride it,…

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Safety Concerns for Giro della Toscana Leads to Protest

This past weekend a moment in women’s cycling history happened, and you probably didn’t hear about it. In the fourth stage of the Giro della Toscana more than half of the racers did not finish. Why? In protest of the lack of safety for the group. This included lack of security for riders while on roads, and leaving the peloton to ride through traffic. While…

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