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Tuesday, August 21,2012

Boulder cyclists speed to first and second in Pro Challenge Stage Two

Van Garderen, Vandevelde take podium in Crested Butte

By Elizabeth Miller
After a day of racing that saw racers from Colombia, Italy and Germany at the head of breakaway packs and leading the charge in the King of the Mountain contests, it was Boulder cyclists Tejay Van Garderen and Christian Vandevelde who surged ahead at the end to snag the top spots at the podium today.
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Monday, August 20,2012

American Tyler Farrar takes Stage One of USA Pro Cycling Challenge

Boulder resident Tom Danielson wins King of the Mountain

By Elizabeth Miller
Boulder may claim Tom Danielson, rider on the Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda USA Pro Cycling Challenge team, as its own, but Durango is his real home town, he says, and that showed today as he snagged the King of the Mountain challenge on Stage One of the Challenge. Danielson led the way over Lizard Head Pass, 10,247 feet in elevation.
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Thursday, August 16,2012

To the rescue — if necessary

Rescue groups, sheriff prepare for USA Pro Cycling Challenge

By Elizabeth Miller
Rocky Mountain Rescue Group (RMRG), the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, the Boulder Police Department and the fire departments from several local communities are coordinating rescue plans for the Boulder County portion of the USA Pro Cycling...
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Thursday, August 16,2012

Ladies first ahead of USA Pro Cycling Challenge

Women’s race schools spectators in Aspen on high-stakes female bike racing

By Elizabeth Miller
Women will come first when cyclists start racing into Aspen on Aug. 22. That’s right, the all-men’s cycling USA Pro Cycling Challenge will be preceded by the Blue Ribbon Alpine Challenge, a criterium race in downtown Aspen that finishes an hour before riders in Stage 3 of the Pro Cycling Challenge from Gunnison are expected to arrive in Aspen.
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Thursday, August 16,2012

One stage to rule them all

USA Pro Cycling Challenge brings the competition home for Boulder cyclists

By Elizabeth Miller
The USA Pro Cycling Challenge will spend a week pitting cyclist against cyclist for top rank in a race that claims to be one of the world’s toughest. But when the bike tires turn toward Boulder on Aug. 25 for the last stage of racing before the final time trial in Denver, the race will become personal for a few of its riders.
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Tuesday, August 14,2012

Ready to start thinking about ski season?

By Elizabeth Miller
Because it’s never too early to start dreaming about powder, Colorado Ski Country USA’s Gems Card for the 2012/13 season has gone on pre-order.
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Thursday, August 2,2012

Shifting gears

World Bicycle Relief athletes give bikes a bigger meaning

By Elizabeth Miller
What got Rebecca Much into cycling has a similar thread to what she does now that she’s retired from a competitive cycling career that included National Cyclocross Championship and National Time Trial Championship wins. It’s about what bikes can do that has nothing to do with how fast you pedal them.
Thursday, August 2,2012

Opening up to sustainable art

Bold Doors repurposes refuse to make high-end art

By Elizabeth Miller
What began as an initiative to help the Center for ReSource Conservation clear out its inventory has blossomed into a community-building collaboration of artists and is drawing visitors into surprising corners of Boulder. The Bold Doors tour reinvented about 100 doors as artwork that is now on display in shops around town and part of a silent auction.
Thursday, July 26,2012

Written with a needle

Quilter mixes art and function, tradition and innovation

By Elizabeth Miller
As Kerry Larkin has traveled the country with her handmade quilts, she’s discovered that people in Manhattan and Washington, D.C. — just like people in rural Pennsylvania where she grew up and her current home in Colorado — have stories about quilts.
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Thursday, July 26,2012

Inspired to ride

Documentary Reveal the Path shows serendipity of unguided travel

By Elizabeth Miller
We’ve all done it — watched a film like The Way and thought about packing up for Spain, or seen 180 South and considered a life of climbing mountains and surfing new waves. But how often do we turn that inspiration into the impetus to pack up a motorcycle and set off to write our own diaries?
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