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Top 14 stories of 2014: 10th anniversary of Pantani death

Prosecutors are reviewing new documents concerning the death of Marco Pantani. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

Pantani's biographer says that much of the media coverage surrounding the Italian's death has been self-indulgent and profit-oriented

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20 Dec 2014

In the News: Stapleton agrees to conditional settlement in Armstrong case

Lance Armstrong's longtime business associates have agreed to pay $500,000 to the U.S. government as part of a conditional settlement

The post In the News: Stapleton agrees to conditional settlement in Armstrong case appeared first on VeloNews.com.

19 Dec 2014

Top 14 stories of 2014: A tale of two breakaways

BMC Racing's Michael Schär (left) saw a more than four-minute lead over the top of the last climb – 38km from the finish – reduced to seconds inside the final kilometer of the 210km race. Hincapie rider Joey Rosskopf (right) was caught 3km from the finish. Photo by Casey B. Gibson.

At the Tour of Utah, breakaway companions Michael Schär and Joey Rosskopf were on opposite ends of the spectrum between agony and ecstasy

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19 Dec 2014

In the News: Minnesota’s only velodrome will close

In the face of a $75,000 bill for repairs, the National Sports Center Foundation rejected a resolution to keep the Blaine track open

The post In the News: Minnesota’s only velodrome will close appeared first on VeloNews.com.

19 Dec 2014

Scheduling conflict could torpedo Vuelta’s women’s ‘La Course’

Marianne Vos won the inaugural edition of La Course in 2014. Photo: BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com

Facing scheduling conflicts with three other European UCI women's events, plans to hold a women's Vuelta criterium in Madrid may be spoiled

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19 Dec 2014

North American Cyclocross Man of the Year: Jeremy Powers

Jeremy Powers won the first day of the 2013 Providence Cyclocross Festival. Photo: Wil Matthews | www. wilmatthewsphoto.com

After countless podiums at domestic races, Jeremy Powers is Velo's 2014 North American Cyclocross Man of the Year

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19 Dec 2014

Milano-Sanremo brings back Via Roma finish, favoring attackers

Oscar Freire won on Via Roma in the 2007 Milano-Sanremo. The race will return to the iconic finish straight after a seven-year absence. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

Race director Vegni is happy to return to the classic, city-center finish for "La Primavera," which may encourage bold, late-race attacks

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19 Dec 2014

Pro Bike: Tim Johnson’s Cannondale SuperX Hi-Mod

Former national champ Tim Johnson's Cannondale SuperX Hi-Mod cyclocross race bike is equipped with CX1, disc brakes, and Challenge tubulars

The post Pro Bike: Tim Johnson’s Cannondale SuperX Hi-Mod appeared first on VeloNews.com.

19 Dec 2014

Video: Retro bikes vs. modern bikes

Global Cycling Network does a side-by-side comparison of an old steel bike and a modern carbon bike

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19 Dec 2014

In the News: Contador hints at retirement by 2017

Alberto Contador wants to go out on top, as a Tour de France champion. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

Alberto Contador tells a Spanish newspaper he wants to retire with a Tour de France victory no later than 2017

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19 Dec 2014
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THE BEST TIME OF THE YEAR TO RIDE! - Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Fall is in the air, and the best bike riding weather of the year comes with it. Sunny, cool, dry days
and Fall colors make it perfect to get out for those long road and mountain bike rides.
Dress right, and you can ride all through the Winter months ahead. Don't lose that fitness you've worked so hard to gain by hanging up your bike for the season. We've got a great selection of warm cycling wear to keep you going even on the frostiest days. Come on in and let us help you find just what you need to keep riding comfortably through the seasons.
Now is a great time to take care of that repair or mechanical problem you've been putting off.
Quick turnaround from our service department will have you back on your bike in no time.

 

PROFESSIONAL FITTING - Tuesday, April 08, 2014
Turin Bikes - Fitting Featuring BG FIT
All services performed by a BG FIT TECHNICIAN
Turin Bikes combines training, technology, and experience to provide a premium bicycle fit. Our fit specialists receive extensive training from Specialized using fitting principles established by the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine.BG FIT (Body Geometry Fit Integration Technology) is a comprehensive fit philosophy created to help cyclists ride faster, longer and in greater comfort, while reducing risk of injury. We analyze body, knee, foot angles, and knee tracking. Expect to spend 1 to 1.5 hours with us. Our certified fit specialist will do an extensive interview, evaluate your flexibility, and apply the information towards your personal cycling goals. No matter what your level of cycling or experience might be, this service can be critical to enjoying the sport of cycling and doing it injury free.

Comprehensive Fit Road/Mtn – $99
• Pre-fit interview to ascertain pre-existing injuries or conditions and expectations of riding experience.
• Physical measurements and a flexibility assessment.
• Measure your existing bike and note any problems with the bike or equipment.
• Foot/shoe/cleat/pedal system is analyzed for power and natural alignment.
• Saddle selection if needed, proper seat height, fore/aft position and tilt for power and comfort.
• Includes pedal system analysis (PSA)
aprox. 60 minutes

Comprehensive Aerobar positioning and Tri-specific Fit– $125
aprox. 90 minutes

Pedal & Cleat Analysis – $60
-Saddle height & fore and aft adjustment (find a proper saddle, if necessary)
-Proper cleat placement (fore, aft, and rotational)
-Proper support of foot
-Assess Reach
aprox. 30-45 minutes


Professional Fitting by our Body Geometry Certified fit technicians. 303.837.1857
Call for an appointment! 

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Denver Weather
Weather Report - Conditions for Denver, CO at 6:56 am MST
Currently 33°F
High 50°F
Low 29°F

Mostly Cloudy
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Tue Sunny
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Wed Sunny
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Wind Chill 25°F
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