Colorado Cycling History

Happy Birthday, Larry G!

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Racing in Colorado is like nowhere else. It's definitely a team effort. We have fantastic promoters, gorgeous scenery, stellar race officials and massive talent--even in the "amateur" ranks. Here's an interview BRAC ran a little while back on one of our favorite team players--Larry G, who happens to have a birthday today. Larry, thanks for doing what you do and making Colorado racing rad.

FirstBank Pro Challenge Twitter Take-over

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Colorado's largest locally owned bank announced a Twitter Takeover by well-known cycling experts during next week's USA Pro Challenge Race. Cycling Industry Veteran Jasen Thorpe has rounded up a band of merry men (and women) for live daily coverage, interviews and Q&As on FirstBank's Twitter page.

Coffee Talk Tuesday - Road Cycling and Mountain Biking parting ways?

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John Tomac - Photo from MTBR

Remember when Mountain Biking was King in the USA? I'd say that was in the mid nineties with names like John Tomac, Ned Overend and Julie Furtado. A time when "the race" was the cross country event. The bikes had little or no suspension and even some like Tomac even used dropped style handlebars adopted from his road cycling years. Transition between road and Mountain bike wasn't that big or at least as big as it is today.

Friday Fun - Cyclocross Blast from the Past - 1982

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Do you remember? Might be hard to read but this newspaper clipping comes from 1982 and the course is near where the CU research park is today (aka CU short track). Can't believe the course went through the Boulder Creek! For reading here is a higher resolution

For reading here is a higher resolution


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