As he prepares for the upcoming fishing season, the Longmont resident is fending off a competitor and former employer’s attempt to lure away his clientele — who pay more than $5,000 for a week or longer in a region the size of California and that has just one road.
Jon Lopez is getting his first business rolling on the decks of longboards that he made himself.
Yoga, spinning and cold-pressed juice: The Denver health craze trifecta is coming to Platte Street.
The husband-and-wife duo bringing a $4 million climbing gym to Stapleton has closed on a site. Jake and Kim Crine, a Stapleton couple that announced Ubergrippen Climbing Crag in September, bought a 1.5-acre plat on March 21, according to public documents. The Crines got a deal on the site. They spent $586,000 for 8610 E… Read more »
“I want people to enjoy surfing, and I think the best way to do that is to make sure you have proper equipment,” said founder Ben Nielsen. “It’s not going to be fun if you’re skiing on the wrong skis.”
The vans are equipped with all the tools and inventory of a regular bike shop ad have a built-in TV, WiFi and a coffee maker to entertain clients while the mechanics work.
Ben Nielsen, a 34-year-old engineer who first dove into surfing while studying at Cal Poly, is building a new public park with waves for river surfers and kayakers along the South Platte River in Sheridan.
Jeff Curran has a solution for bikers who feel out of place entering a bar in Spandex after a long ride.
Now open in Evergreen: a studio that practices a discipline where students perform yoga poses while suspended in the air from a cloth hammock.
SIMS contracted Never Summer to make 675 boards for the 2015-16 season to test the market’s reception to new SIMS boards. The boards come in two models: the all-mountain Blade and the freestyle Juice, both priced at about $500.