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Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes says a Denver bicycle-sharing program could threaten people’s “personal freedoms” and is an attempt by the United Nations to control cities. Maes says Denver’s B-Cycle program is “bigger than it looks on the surface.” Maes made the comments at a rally last week. He was criticizing Democratic Mayor John… Continue Reading Maes says bike share threatens ‘personal freedoms’

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Pro cycling coming back to Colorado

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Lance Armstrong is teaming with Denver-based Quiznos to bring a major international pro-cycling stage race to Colorado next summer. Armstrong hopes to ride in the weeklong race, titled the Quiznos Pro Challenge. The exact route of the Aug. 22-28 race has not been mapped out yet, but it will include a mix of mountain, sprint… Continue Reading Pro cycling coming back to Colorado

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Renowned cyclist Lance Armstrong and Colorado governor Bill Ritter are reportedly “in close touch,” and are jointly planning a professional stage race to be held in Colorado during 2011. Velo News, the international journal of competitive cycling, made the report earlier this week. Other western states, such as California and Utah host stage races. As… Continue Reading Armstrong, Ritter discussing Colorado cycling race

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Thanks to the Olympic Training Center and the presence of cycling’s national governing body, USA Cycling, the Springs has long hosted elite cyclists. But just as NASCAR drivers don’t buy their race cars from local auto dealers, elite riders rarely patronize local bike shops. “They’re actually more of a pain than anything else,” said Kay… Continue Reading Cycle shops not just for the elite

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