The city of Steamboat Springs is getting out of the tackle football business.
Following are a few important tips to aid the aspiring gravity mountain bike rider.
Monday, July 12 Men’s B league B-Team- 16, Watersong- 15
Dalton Smith came through with a complete game pitching Tuesday to help lift the Steamboat Storm collegiate summer baseball team to a 5-3 playoff victory Tuesday afternoon in Gypsum.
The bi-weekly Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series returns Wednesday with a race on Emerald Mountain in Steamboat Springs.
A dedicated group of golfers came out Tuesday to play some golf and support those who are battling breast cancer.
Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim Series results from July 11
One of two local players on the team, Jesse Pugh, a 2015 graduate from Steamboat Springs High School, said he’s embraced his role as local concierge for the Steamboat Springs Storm summer baseball team. He’s embraced his role splitting time at third base for the squad.
A new bike shop, Pedego Electric Bikes, has opened in downtown Steamboat Springs and is co-owned by Linda John and Bruce Caplowe.
A Steamboat Springs summer tradition celebrates its 32nd year as soccer takes center stage in mountains of northwest Colorado.
Two summers ago the Steamboat Storm collegiate baseball team arrived in Steamboat Springs hoping to bring a new level of the game America loves to the mountains of Northwest Colorado. Now, in its second year, the team is hoping to bring a title home to its dedicated band of local followers and supporters.
The 100-mile Big Horn Scenic Trail Run offers plenty of challenges for ultra-distance runners, but last June, one local runner was able to overcome those hurdles en route to completing her first 100-mile race.
Traditional rugby tournament supplies plenty of entertainment
Despite losses for the men and the women, there was no shortage of entertainment during Saturday’s Cowpie Classic rugby tournament at Ski Town Fields.
Emerald Mountain users can expect to encounter trail closures beginning Monday as the city embarks on a summer-long project to remove hazardous trees.
Negotiations between the city of Steamboat Springs and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club over the future operations and maintenance of Howelsen Hill appear to be off to a rocky start.