Fitness/Outdoor Recreation

New Yorker brings more yoga to Broadway

Leaving the fashion industry for the yoga world, an entrepreneur is setting up a new studio on South Broadway, focusing her energy on the ashtanga style of yoga.

Beefed-up bike tires gain traction

Bike shops and frame makers are keeping an eye on a new trend in the cycling world, mountain bike-sized wheels with plus-sized tires for added traction.

Telluride taps former Intrawest CEO

A long career in the ski resort business, including stops at Vail and Intrawest, have led Bill Jensen to Telluride, where he plans to make big changes to boost numbers.

Icelantic Skis jumping over to Golden

The ski maker is packing up its Denver headquarters and relocating to downtown Golden, where it will also do retail sales and host events.

Cycling shop startup rolling into Arvada

Two bike industry friends are hoping to fill a hole in the Arvada market left by another shop’s closure and will also provide some services on wheels of their own.

Ski coach’s bamboo pole startup hits the slopes

Before steel ski poles became the norm, bamboo was the go-to material for skiers. Now, a Steamboat Springs skiing instructor is hoping the material will make a comeback in Colorado this season.

CorePower finds its center in new RiNo HQ

With dozens more studios popping up across the country, the yoga giant is strengthening its corporate space in a leap from the Highlands to RiNo.

Devil’s Thumb owner launching second fitness studio

One of the developers of the Devil’s Thumb cross-country ski resort is doubling down on her Pilates and yoga studio business and will open a second location on South Broadway.

Living for the skis, sleeping in a van

A local ski maker is getting his startup off the ground — and putting a solid roof over his own head after a year of living in his van to save money.