Don’t Wear Those New Shoes!

Posted on by Doris Cheung

Test out your *whatever* for the Venus de Miles Ride NOW! If you’re saving something new and special to wear, eat, or use for the Venus de Miles, DO NOT do that. TRY IT NOW. Trust us — you don’t want to be 20 miles into your ride and discover that something is rubbing you . . . read more

Venus Sisters Chillaxin’ Post Ride

Posted on by Venus Bike Club
Karen Cobb with Venus sisters

Venus sisters chillaxin’ after Saturday’s rides out with yummy Georgia Boys BBQ and all the fixin’s, refreshing beverages (including killer margaritas!), and quite the breeze at the Rez Party – Fun in the Sun hosted by Brightside Wealth Advisors. Thank you all for coming out! Glad our screamin’ yellow wristbands worked fashionably with our Venus . . . read more

Is it still “biking to work” when you don’t have a job?

Posted on by Venus Bike Club

This past Wednesday, June 22, a few Venus sisters (Carol, Sam, Rosana, Debbie, and Cindy) met up for Geezer Trick-or-Treat Day Walk and Bike to Work Day! Sam had planned to drive to the St. Julien, but Carol reminded her that it’s called Walk and Bike to Work Day for a reason. Our morning started . . . read more

Getting Caught in a Storm?

Posted on by Maggi Friend

Mother Nature has certainly given us reason to pause this season. Wind, rain, lightning, and even snow! Obviously the Ride Committee will do its best to make pre-ride decisions to keep our members safe.  In the event weather takes a turn while riders are on the road, we absolutely encourage the ride lead to stop . . . read more

Thunderbolt and Lightning, Very Very Frightening… ME!

Posted on by Sandra Vannice
Riding in Storm Lightning

Weather in Colorado can be unpredictable, and storm clouds can build quickly in the afternoon heat. Getting chased by lightning can really take the joy out of a ride — I’ve been there a couple of times, and it is not fun! So while you may have blue skies overhead, you could be at risk . . . read more

Your Handy Dandy Summer Cycling Event Planner

Posted on by Lilian Francklyn
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We thought we would fill you in on some of the great events coming up in and near Colorado. That way, you can plan your summer around your FAVORITE activity! Visit these major cycling websites to keep abreast of the news, ladies! And that’s about all we can fit!  Bicycle Colorado This Denver-based group has . . . read more

It’s Not Always So Clear

Posted on by Carol M

Often at intersections, cyclists will call out “Clear!” or “All clear!” when they’re about to cross. This means they have looked both ways and are confident they can safely cross. But calling out “clear” for someone else can be dangerous! Just because it’s clear for you doesn’t mean it will stay clear for those behind . . . read more

Practicing Safe Intercourse*

Posted on by Carol M

Let’s talk about side-by-side riding. As a recreational club with social rides, we understand engaging in verbal intercourse on rides makes them more enjoyable. While we do want you to have fun on rides, safety must always come first! Therefore, only ride side-by-side when there is enough room on the shoulder or bike path for . . . read more

Colorado Safety Stop Legislation Passed!

Posted on by Jan Borstein

Most of us probably know of an intersection where we wish we weren’t legally required to come to a complete stop at the stop sign. Perhaps it’s a spot where there’s rarely any traffic, or where cyclists have a dedicated bike lane that traffic never crosses anyway. In these cases, I wish it were legal . . . read more

Riding in the Wind

Posted on by Sandra Vannice

Wind: the perceptible natural movement of the air, especially in the form of a current of air blowing from a particular direction The National Weather Service (NWS) defines BREEZY as wind sustained at 15 mph and WINDY once winds reach 20 mph or more. No doubt about it, riding in the wind is hard work. . . . read more