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Top 5 Events in Boulder for the Week of 08/19

August 19th, 2019

1. The Improv Show at the Fringe Festival 08/21 6 pm to 9 pm See amazing Boulder-based improv teams perform on the spot at the Boulder International Fringe Festival performing based on your suggestions.The improv show is presented by the Boulder Improv Collective which also hosts classes, weekend workshops, and performances. 2. The California Honeydrops at Chautauqua Auditorium 08/22 Doors: 6:3o pm show: 7:30 pm   The California Honeydrops are celebrating their 11th year together with their latest album, Honeydrops Live 2019, following their first ever double album, Call It Home: Vol. 1... Read More

03-07-2018

March 6th, 2018

Biker at Valmont Bike Park. To see full picture, please click on the date. Photo by Brad Fagan  Read More

02-02-2018

February 1st, 2018

Bikers at Valmont bike park. To see full picture, please click on the date. Photo by Brad Fagan.  Read More

01-30-2018

January 29th, 2018

Bikers at Valmont bike park. To see full picture, please click on the date. Photo by Brad Fagan.  Read More

01-28-2018

January 27th, 2018

Back flip at Valmont Bike Park. To see full picture, please click on the date. Photo by Brad Fagan.  Read More

01-27-2018

January 26th, 2018

Biker at Valmont bike park. To see full picture, please click on the date. Photo by Brad Fagan.  Read More

Valmont Bike Park: A Pillar in the Boulder Cycling Community

October 21st, 2017

    The Valmont Bike Park is one-of-a-kind.  Check out this short video to see what makes the park so special and how Boulder built its “Home for Cycling!”  Read More

08/01/2017

August 1st, 2017

Bikers at Valmont bike park. To see full picture, please click on the date. Photo by Brad Fagan.  Read More

07/31/2017

July 31st, 2017

Biker at Valmont bike park. To see full picture, please click on the date. Photo by Brad Fagan.  Read More

Seeing Boulder with New Eyes: The Valmont Bike Park

July 10th, 2015

I recently returned to Boulder from a very extended road trip. During which, I spent nearly three months exploring the Western half of the United States, slept in a different spot every night, and woke up to a new place every morning. I saw each town with a fresh set of eyes, excited for whatever the days adventure may be. Each place was new and beautiful, but still, nothing beats my hometown. Having spent so long on the road taught me how to adventure, it showed me that exploring is not just a physical challenge; it is also a mental marathon. I was sad to return, sad that the novelty was over,... Read More