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Your $10 will help build the Legacy Loop trail encircling central Colorado Springs
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When we think of trails in the…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Allen Beauchamp May 20.

Of trout and trails: One cyclist's take on the Bear Creek Watershed plans
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Popular hiking, riding trails, Captain Jack's, Pipeline and others closed for a year
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On Monday the Pikes Peak Ranger District issued an emergency closure for some of our favorite routes, including Captain Jack's and Pipeline. The trails are being closed to "protect public safety due…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Katie Katalin Oct 9, 2013.

 

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I'm the site manager and editor of PikesPeakSports.us, the digital stomping ground for the outdoor community.
I've lived in the area since 1967, back in the day when our family milked cows for a living on a dairy farm near Calhan.
Graduated from the University of Southern Colorado (now Colorado State-Pueblo) in 1982. Worked at The Gazette for many years, first as a sports writer, then helped launch the Gazette's citizen journalism and social media projects.
I've written a lot of words and I've loved and fretted over all of them.
I'm fascinated by the online world we live in, social media and the changes that are sure to come.
I'm low maintenance ... sort of. Just give me my drawing stuff and painting easel, brushes and oils, my fly-fishing rod, mountain bike, trail-running shoes, Tom Petty on the iPod, a piece of dirt for my garden, my guitar, my beautiful wife and daughter, and a good cup of coffee ... you'll get no trouble out of me.

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At 10:15pm on September 30, 2013, Katie Katalin said…
Thank you Tim, we were just glad to be done! We were happy for Brandon, too. I don't mind at all if you copy that.
Take Care, Katie
At 11:42am on March 28, 2013, Hardscrabble Mountain Trail Run said…

Agreed! It's awe-inspiring!

This race will benefit two local land trusts (San Isabel Land Protection Trust and Palmer Land Trust) that are dedicated to this wild and working landscape as well will benefit the Tarahumara Indians from Copper Canyon Mexico.

We appreciate any support to help us spread the word!

At 11:23am on September 30, 2012, Anya Inman said…
Tim, let me know if there is a biking (road or mountain) race anytime soon. I need practice shooting cyclists.
At 10:23am on July 4, 2012, John Keller said…

Tim,

I'm coordinating the ADT Marathon / Half Marathon Expo and I'm thinking it would be good for you to have a table there to publicize the Super Half. The Expo is on Sunday September 2 from noon until 6PM in the Antlers Hotel, where the 1200 runners will pickup their race packets. 

 

We have room for 30 exhibitors. Is that something you're interested in staffing? Let me know.

 

Thanks,

John Keller

PPRR Expo Coordinator

peakkeller16@gmail.com

At 9:13pm on June 16, 2012, Mary Stark said…

Tim,

Could you please contact me about posting the 5th and Final Max Silver Fun Run on this site?  Thanks so much!

Mary Stark

aka Max's mom

merrybread@aol.com

 

At 5:56pm on March 14, 2012, chase lacomb said…
Are you an "Ordinary Mortal?" If you are contemplating the possible triathlon adventure, a beginner in triathlon competition, an experienced triathlon participant, or anywhere in between...this is the event for you!
 
The Ordinary Mortals Triathlon was a successful annual Pueblo happening 20 years ago, with a fabulous  run. Following a recent  hiatus, community members in conjunction with Colorado State University-Pueblo Student Recreation Center and the EXHPR Managing Sports Programs class are reviving the event and adding not only an adult Duathlon to the mix, but a Mini-Mortals triathlon for kids! The triathlon will be run in a reversed, modified order, with the duathlon proceeding in a run-bike-run. The competitions will be chip timed, with awards for the top adult racers and mini participants in all age categories.  This is a USAT sanctioned event. 
 
Join us Sunday, April 15th on the Colorado State University-Pueblo campus in Pueblo, Colorado for a 9 a.m. adult race start to give either a Triathlon or Duathlon experience your best effort! 

Visit our website at www.ordinary-mortals.org for more information, and to register for this exciting venture! 
At 9:37am on February 5, 2012, Jack Stevison said…

thanks for the welcome note, Tim.

Cheers

At 11:31am on January 27, 2012, Chris Beaudin said…

Tim,

I have a anonymous donor interested in making a significant donation to the Incline group, please direct me who to contact

At 9:03pm on December 10, 2011, Andy Rinne said…
Tim, thank you for a great year of photos and videos for the community. You have made Colorado springs the place to be for out door sports.
Sincerely Andy Rinne.
At 12:22pm on November 19, 2011, Jeff Gallup said…

Hey Tim... good to see you this morning, even if it was a quick pass by around the lake.  The Turkey Trot Predict was a lot of fun..   Have a good weekend.

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Cash donations great way to help Black Forest Fire first responders, volunteers and those who lost everything

Doing some homework on ways to donate and contribute to the Black Forest Fire victims, first responders and volunteers.

First a quick digression: Did you ever slide cash into somebody's birthday card and mail it to them? It never felt right to me, as if I didn't take the time to consider the person, or…

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Posted on June 13, 2013 at 2:00pm

The Oklahoma Road Trip report: Shoes delivered ... thanks, Colorado Springs!

I rolled down the window and cranked up the Rock ‘n’ Roll at 3:15 a.m. as Shawn Finley and I blasted out of Colorado Springs on Saturday morning.

Our destination: Moore, Okla., a green, tree-filled city raked by a killer tornado on May 20.

I pulled a U-Haul trailer full of new and used running shoes,…

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Cam Chambers: Sand Creek Sports creating the 'best' mountain bikers

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This year I had the honor of being a part of the inaugural PikesPeakSports.us Sand Creek Cycling Team. Along with my teammate Tracy Thelen – I participated in the full season of the Ascent Cycling Series under the

direction of Andy Bohlmann and Sand Creek…

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Posted on October 4, 2012 at 9:00am

Sign the petition and help protect Browns Canyon

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Places like Browns Canyon are an important part of many Coloradoans’ personal identity, and

attract and retain talented individuals to the region to…

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