Boulder Orthopedics Cycling
01
NOV
2014

Playing at the Schoolyard

 Well, it took until November, and I had to pull off my first ever win in a cyclocross race to do it, but I finally posted a W for Boulder Orthopedics in 2014. To maximize my speed, I pulled out both of my secret weapons: my pink compression socks, and most importantly, my...
19
OCT
2014

CX Season!

Yes, I know we’re still seeing temperatures in the 70s, but believe or not, we’re full-on into the cyclocross season! Being a fair-weather ‘crosser myself, I’m enjoying the warm and dry races I’ve been able to do so far this fall. With each outing,...
22
SEP
2014

University Bikes Named Boulder’s Best Bike Shop

  Our sponsor bike shop U-Bikes is on a roll (okay – bad pun)! They just picked up another award, this one with a more local flavor. The Daily Camera has released their 2014 People’s Choice Awards, and University Bicycles was voted the winner in the Best Bicycle...
14
SEP
2014

University Bikes is Interbike 2014 Retailer of the Year

Congratulations to our awesome bike shop sponsor University Bikes for garnering the prestigious Retail of the Year award at the 2014 Interbike Awards just held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas!  While we already knew that U-Bikes is the best bike shop in the...
26
AUG
2014

Greg Pent on Track Nationals

First Stars and Stripes jersey…and my contract renewal! When I first started talking to Mike Sutter about joining the team last fall, he told me, “you are only allowed to order kits without Stars and Stripes your first year on the team”.  Only this week did I realize that he...
03
AUG
2014

Pro 1/2 Bannock Crit Win

The Boulder Orthopedics ladies rocked the Pro 1/2 Bannock Criterium in Downtown Denver on Sunday, sweeping onto the top step of the podium, with a strong fourth place finish as well.  It was a race packed with attacks, chases and breaks, with magenta women Jennifer Triplett and...
14
MAY
2014

Wheels of Thunder

55’ers Step Forward at Wheels of ThunderThe team (Fox, Messmer, Newsome, Schuler, Worley) correctly assessed a forthcoming field sprint, since a few solo strong men were absent.  The leadout was intentionally delay, at about 400m, and when it happened it was a beautiful thing...