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Friday, November 30,2012

New Continental Divide Trail route could ban bikes

A new route on part of the Colorado section of the Continental Divide Trail could ban mountain biking.
Friday, November 30,2012

Research: Don't run too much

Runners over 50 and runners who push themselves too hard aren't helping their health, according to a study in the British journal Heart.
Friday, November 9,2012

Group to lobby for bikes on Pacific Crest Trail

One of the West's most famous and popular hiking trails could see bicyclists soon, if a new group can convince the U.S. Forest Service.
Tuesday, November 6,2012

New bike tire design: Airless, can't go flat

A tire that never goes flat isn't a brand-new concept. But all the other designs on this idea have remained just that: concepts.
Friday, November 2,2012

Threats, intimidation directed at Utah women's outdoors group

A group in Utah intended to help elderly women experience the outdoors was subject to intimidation and threats from unknown individuals last week.
Monday, October 29,2012

Men's skiing World Cup: Ligety wins big

The 2012 men's skiing giant slalom World Cup kicked off yesterday with a big repeat win for American Ted Ligety: Ligety won Soelden in Austria by nearly 3 seconds.
Tuesday, October 23,2012

Loveland to open Oct. 23; three runs to be open

It's opening day at Loveland Ski Area.
Monday, October 22,2012

Lance Armstrong loses Tour titles, asked to repay insurer $7.5m

It's safe to say this is a low point in the career of Lance Armstrong.
Tuesday, October 16,2012

Levi Leipheimer, USA Pro Cycling Challenge winner, terminated from cycling team contract

By Elizabeth Miller
Levi Leipheimer, winner of the 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge and a stage winner in this year’s Pro Cycling Challenge, has just seen his contract with Omega Pharma-Quick-Step Cycling Team terminated, effective immediately.
Tuesday, October 16,2012

The (ex-)cyclist who wouldn't dope

Grand Junction financial advisor Scott Mercier was surprised to get a call from the U.S. agency that recently won its standoff against one of the best-known athletes in the country.
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