Jefferson County cyclists are weighing in on what improvements they would like to see with their cycling infrastructure. No funding has been approved yet, but at least the conversation is started. Keep up the good fight. I’m especially liking the expansion of canyon roads. Also look forward to improvements along US 36 to Boulder. According to 303cycling.com, there will be a new bike lane adjacent to the highway.
Got a shout-out on Episode 14 of The Enormocast! Last week I finished up a logo and sticker for climbing’s raddest podcast. Do your ears a favor and check it out. The cycling community could use a similar voice pertaining to etiquette. Make contact with Chris if you’d like to get your hands on some of these stickers.
This device looks pretty cool. Would like to give it a try sometime. Comes in at the very fair price of $129.00
This Sunday is the Dirty Century. The route starts and ends in Elizabeth, CO. Looks like the entry fee is pretty minimal. Check their website for more details. About a week ago, I really dropped the ball on another gravel century ride. It’s called the Gold Belt Century. Looks like a really fun route up in the mountains West of Colorado Springs, with a small group. It happened June 10th, so will have to put that on the calender for next year. Check out their site for other rides and info.
Wednesday, June 27th, is Denver’s Bike to Work Day. Check the website to find where breakfast stations around the city will be. Prizes will be given away. Also myself and a few others from Dong’s Cycling Pals will be posted up next to a few of the breakfast stations doing some free bike repairs in the morning. Good way to start a Wednesday.