Sales spiked earlier this year when some country clubs disallowed golf carts due to the pandemic.
Swimply had 14 residential pools in the Denver metro area on its app Monday, including two inside city limits. But it’s a zoning violation in Denver.
The company’s longtime CEO Rob Katz is planning to step down and will be replaced by Vail chief marketing officer Kirsten Lynch.
Former Elitch Gardens entertainment manager Eric Guetterman makes a living turning regular bicycles into e-bikes at his Tennyson Street home.
Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy, which already has two spots in the Denver area, will be adding five more around the state.
But the Salt Lake City-based outdoor gear retailer is still opening one along Pearl Street in Boulder.
Gladys and Emily Stork are opening Worth the Fight Boxing & Fitness where Scales Pharmacy used to be at 1999 Pennsylvania St.
Ahimsa Yoga started offering classes in March at 1303 E. 6th Ave., formerly home to Trouts Fly Fishing.
The city-owned venue, which made $52 million in 2019 and only $2 million in 2020 due to COVID, now charges acts a percentage of the door. It previously charged a flat nightly rental.
The company, which accused its lender and title company of breach of contract and fraudulent concealment, still plans to build the Mighty Argo Cable Car.