Vintage bikes get new life at new bicycle shop on Lincoln Avenue
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Photo by Scott Franz
John Weinman works to restore a 1964 Raleigh Chopper at his new bike shop on Lincoln Avenue.
New for 2016/2017 are the 10 kilometers of fat tire bike specific groomed single track trails. The trails form a series of loops that cover the entire property. There are fat tire bike trails for all levels of riders. The rental fleet features Surly fat tire bikes - the 'first name in fat tire biking.' We have XS, S, M, L and XL fat tire bikes in our fleet - something for the entire family. Weekend Reservations are strongly recommended.
classic crank bicycle shoppe: 970-846-5112
Haymaker Nordic Center: 970-879-9444
Haymaker Nordic Center is located 2-miles south of town at 34855 Hwy 40, just past the intersection with Colorado Highway 131. Haymaker offers 12+ kilometers of groomed classic and skate ski trails in a panoramic setting with views of Mt. Werner and Emerald Mountain. It has the best trail system in the Yampa Valley for the beginner cross-country skier and offers awesome terrain for the more advanced skier looking for a fast workout.
$30 - full day
$22 - half day
$15 - for one hour
Reservations Recommended for weekends
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classic crank bicycle shoppe is excited to bring you the 1st Annual IL CORSA D'ORO - the golden ride
What: A ride for everyone and their friends. Riding your vintage bike is highly encouraged but, all bikes and riders are welcome. This is a social ride! Please note there is no SAG support.
When: Saturday, September 30th
Where: Steamboat Springs, Colorado
9:00 - meet at Howelsen Hill ball field gazebo
10:00 - ride starts
Route: 45+ miles, with 3,000+ feet of climbing, over gravel and paved roads winding through Routt County, Colorado surrounded by mountains glittering with golden aspen.
Route Map: COMING Soon! A map and cue sheet will be available at the start of the ride.
Why: This is a social ride. It is an opportunity for vintage bike enthusiasts, friends and acquaintances to get together, meet, share stories and, ride together in a group format on a beautiful fall day around the Steamboat Springs area.
Feel free to bring your friends and family, please share the word but, remember this is not an "organized event."
Post Ride Party: We'll be gathering at The Barley downstairs at 635 Lincoln Avenue for post-ride refreshments and story-telling.
Registration: Free! Please contact or call the shoppe at 970-846- 5112 to let us know you are planning on attending. There is a limited addition t-shirt available for purchase for ride participants.
A limited edition t-shirt that is available only to 'il corsa d'oro riders! This will be a collector's item your friends and family will be jealous of.....
You must be registered for and participate in the event to purchase.
Posters are also available for purchase!
48.3 miles of mixed gravel and pavement. Approximately 3,000 feet of elevation gain. The route was scouted on Sunday, September 17th and we had a great time.
There is a porta-potty along the route at about mile 20. Someone said something about a rest stop/refreshment brake at mile 25....
The aspen and cottonwood trees should be about peak; the mixed brush will be a fiery complement.
I know it's two dimensional! Soon coming to you so you can upload it to your phone.....
our t-shirts arrived today! hurry on in and get your's.