More USA Pro Cycling Challenge
The just-announced course for the 2013 USA Pro Challenge has some big differences for Steamboat Springs, and this year will include some of locals' favorite road riding routes.
Steamboat Springs cyclist Amy Charity returned from California after competing for the first time with her pro cycling team, Vanderkitten.
On a blustery Saturday that was reminding residents wintry weather hasn't left, Amy Charity was in the basement of her Steamboat home on her indoor bike trainer.
Steamboat's Forever Fit hopes four free community seminars will provide wealth of knowledge to weekend warriors as well as the parents of youth athletes.
In 2013, the USA Pro Challenge is coming back to Steamboat Springs, and organizers hope viewers come away with Bike Town USA on the mind.
The pre-eminent pro cycling race in the U.S. will return to Steamboat next summer after skipping Northwest Colorado in 2012.
After returning from Austin, Texas, and the Ride for the Roses, a Steamboat group says Livestrong is as strong as ever.
The USA Pro Cycling Challenge announced the dates of the 2013 tour Wednesday. An expected route should be announced in December.
There are many losers in the scandal that has brought professional cycling to its knees, but none greater than Lance Armstrong and the fraud he perpetrated.
After the release of a U.S. Anti-Doping Agency report about Lance Armstrong, Steamboat Springs cyclists have mixed feelings about the Livestrong foundation and the future of professional cycling.
In the wake of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency's scathing report on Lance Armstrong, local company Honey Stinger says it will remove the famous cyclist's image from its products.
After a rocky 2011, the Steamboat Stage Race is back this weekend in a slightly modified form. Registration remains open, and a $10,000 cash prize pool and Moots frame are up for grabs.
Tyler Farrar, who limped to the finish of the Tour de France needing a hospital bed more than a bike, won a sprint finish Monday to earn the yellow jersey.
After being passed over for this year's race, the city plans to pursue a Pro Cycling Challenge stage for next year
After not getting a bid for the 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Steamboat Springs plans to make another effort in 2013. The multi-stage road race featuring professional cyclists from across the globe starts Monday.
The inaugural USA Pro Cycling Challenge elicited a frenzied reaction from many in Colorado and certainly a lot of folks in Steamboat Springs.