Bike MS Colorado: from the eyes of a volunteer.

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Volunteering at races and events is a hot topic right now. Sacrificing your ride/race to support "the greater good" is sometimes hard to do. Having a personal connection can often be a strong motivator. Nicole Drummer (a regular contributing editor to 303Triathlon.com) did just this, with Bike MS Colorado.

Grab the West Elk Bicycle Classic by the Horns

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The West Elk Bicycle Classic first caught my eye on facebook. I'll admit: I'm a sucker for a good logo. However, this 134 mile ride (from Gunnison to Crested Butte) is more than just a pretty face. Read what a few of your fellow Colorado cyclists have to say about it.

Coffee Talk - Challenges of club run races

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Few days ago we got a plea from the Longmont Criterium asking for volunteers

Our race is fast approaching and we are still in need of a few volunteers to serve as course marshals on race day.

For each marshal shift of approximately 3 hours completed by a volunteer, a free registration is provided to enter one of the race events at the Longmont Criterium.

Cured de France

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Just as the World Cup reaches it's final days, competitors in another major international sporting event, the Tour de France, begin tearing over mountain passes and through city streets on their bikes. And Cured (a Boulder fave), is helping Tour de France spectators in Colorado celebrate the epic race with food and drink that honors different stages of the race.

Ironman Boulder: What It Will Bring to Boulder

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It's not only the athletes that are preparing for the largest Ironman race in the world, the city of Boulder is preparing for its impact too. Boulder is packed with tourists all summer long and especially in August. It is unclear just how much the city's economy will benefit from hosting Ironman Boulder but based on what happens in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and Panama City, Florida, it could be absolutely amazing.

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