On their third date, Luke and Lindsey Jasso went to a Lagree Fitness class together. Now 3 ½ years later, the couple is preparing to open their own fitness studio.
Aspen Skiing Co. is suing the owner of several retail stores near its resorts, saying the shops have been peddling items bearing a knockoff of its logo.
Sportube founder Paul Hields has launched an electric bike brand called Wildsyde.
A local nonprofit is partnering with Denver Public Schools and area businesses to give away more than 25,000 bicycles to second-grade students.
Amy O’Connell and Sarah Brittenham are out to prove that fitness classes incorporating a ballet bar are not going away.
Montbell, which entered the U.S. in 2003 with a Boulder outpost, has leased 4,537 square feet at 600 16th St.
“It’s going to be super, super swanky, nothing like anything anyone has ever seen, ‘The Great Gatsby meets Tupac.’” – Teddi Bryant
Complaints against company include a lack of support and communication, a push for different types of classes and inaccurate projections for what it costs to start and run the business.
After trying to make deals in Boulder and Scottsdale, Arizona, a swanky Cherry Creek gym has chosen to be closer to home for its second location: RiNo.
Outdoor shop Feral is going wild for Tennyson Street. Feral signed a lease at 3936 Tennyson St. for 4,800 square feet in the Flesher Hinton building. The space is nearly five times bigger than its current shop four blocks away. “This building is the crown jewel of the neighborhood,” said Feral owner Jimmy Funkhouser. “We… Read more »