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Tim Bergsten

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Summer of Cycling

Cheer The Colorado Classic The pros are back, and Colorado Springs is the chosen launching pad for the new four-stage race. Some of the world’s best cyclists—men and women—will wheel to...

How to Run Garden of the Gods

Morning beams of laser sunlight ignite the tips of the massive rock spires in the Garden of the Gods, setting each ablaze like so many birthday candles. The rock...

Luke Flowers: Imagination Illuminated

Days on the family farm beneath the Collegiate Peaks could grow long for a second-grader, so Luke Flowers would free his imagination. Reading and drawing became his escapes—and then...

Frank Serratore: Launching Air Force Hockey

There may be no crying in baseball, but anything goes in the tough-guy sport of hockey. “I remember breaking down on the bench and having to wipe tears out of...

Rescue on Almagre

The blades on the Flight for Life helicopter chewed into thin air as pilot Shawn McFarland fought to control the bird on a gusty summer afternoon above the high...

CC vs. AFA Hockey Raises the Stakes

When you’re talking about Air Force vs. Colorado College hockey, it helps to keep an historic perspective. A rivalry has developed in the last decade, but it wasn’t always that...

Go Big on Pikes Peak With 3 Bucket List Challenges

There’s a good chance you have at least one of these three definitive Colorado Springs challenges on your active outdoor bucket list: the Manitou Incline, the Pikes Peak Cycling...

Cheyenne Canon: Snow Running the Columbine Trail

My legs come to life as I trot into the icy air in the mouth of Cheyenne Canon. The snow has fallen steadily for most of the day, depositing...

Allison Jones: Local Paralympian Finds Freedom in Competition

Allison Jones fell in love with bicycle racing the day she saw a man with no hands or feet climb aboard a track bike and race at the velodrome...

Rocky Mountain Fly

The babbling sounds of a mountain creek crept up the granite canyon walls in South Cheyenne Cañon, and I shared the afternoon breeze with a red-tailed hawk. We flew in...