The Coffee Ride is a Boulder, Colorado based coffee roaster that was founded on the love of coffee and bikes. The Coffee Ride’s business philosophy is simple: make others happy by delivering the freshest coffee by bike. Check out this video for more:
Oskar Blues’ Old Man Winter Rally had a wildly successful first year in 2015, with nearly 700 riders from Tour de France participants to 10-year-olds on fat bikes, and is set to go even bigger in 2016. The event takes place in Boulder County, Colorado, on February 7, 2016, and you’re invited.
Choose either the 50km or 100km route of dirt, snow, sweat, and beer. The 50km option offers a scenic spin along the paved and gravel farm roads on the east side of the Foothills Highway. The 100km route promises leg-burning climbs, bone-chilling descents, and an exhilarating adventure in the dramatic canyons west of Boulder. Whether you tackle it on a road bike, cross bike, mountain bike or fat bike is entirely up to you.
Every participant (1,000 are expected) can look forward to luxury aid stations with heat and eats, a hot meal and a cold beer at the finish line, and a rousing post-ride party with live music, contests, and a massive raffle. Funds raised from the event will go toward local trail maintenance via the Oskar Blue Can’d Aid Foundation. Register now.
Photos courtesy of Eddie Clark/Adventure Fit/Oskar Blues.
Images by Jake Orness, courtesy of SRAM
We joined SRAM in Boulder, Colorado, for an awesome ride on the new single chainring drivetrains as part of the Open the Road Tour. We rode 40 miles through Four Mile Canyon, along the stunning Switzerland Trail to Gold Hill and the iconic Gold Hill Store. The SRAM disc brakes were a huge help on the rough and loose Lick Skillet descent and through Lefthand Canyon, then we made it up over Old Stage and back to the Sanitas Brewery for tacos, beers and an informal focus group to see how the gear performed.
Special thanks goes to Skratch Labs and Real Athlete Diets for the nutrition along the way and to pro racers Nicole Duke and Kristin Weber for leading the way.
Stay tuned to see if the SRAM Open the Road Tour will be coming to a city near you.
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