Fitness/Outdoor Recreation

Mobile bike shop lands in Denver

Two bike mechanics opened mobile bike shop Beeline Bikes last week, giving the San Carlos, California-based company its first Colorado outpost. The duo runs its franchise out of two vans decked out with everything they need to bring a repair garage to the client.

A look at this year’s SIA Snow Show

The Snowsports Industry America’s Snow Show kicked off its annual convention yesterday in Denver, with 336,710 square feet with 550 exhibitors — including 174 new arrivals — showcasing over 1,000 brands in 3,000 booths.

Vail scoops up Wisc. ski resort

Vail Resorts has added another ski destination to its portfolio, grabbing a 120-acre resort between Milwaukee and Chicago with plans for major upgrades.

Winter gear maker warms up to summer line

An outdoor apparel maker that’s known for its winter gear is branching out into warmer seasons with the launch of a new summer line.

New CEO takes the lead at CorePower

Switching out its chief executive after less than two years, the yoga giant is bringing on a longtime executive with ties to a large investor.

Calif. gym chain steps into Denver fitness ring

Hoping to compete with other national chains, a gym chain is stretching into Colorado for the first time and plans to quickly bulk up its local presence over the next few years.

Glendale health club shapes up facilities

To keep up with the growing fitness industry, a fitness club is adding spaces for hot yoga and high-intensity cardio as part of a $7 million renovation project.

Fitness franchise zeroes in on over-50 crowd

In a departure from yoga studios and CrossFit gyms, a new fitness venture in Lakewood is combining low-impact machines and personal training to cater to the growing baby boomer population.