The Denver startup, which sells ski resort software, now can claim more Peak Resorts properties as customers.
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The locking system allows the Wheat Ridge company to produce its newest iteration of splitboards – snowboards that split into ski shapes, so a rider can easily manage mountains in the backcountry.
After bailing on its first desired parcel in the city, the golf entertainment giant now wants to build near the Larkridge shopping center.
The MLB organization is moving ahead with plans to transform a full city block parking lot adjacent to Coors Field.
The owner of the Fort Collins manufacturer said it has been trying to find a buyer since January, as it seeks capital to expand its product line.
Harley McClellan and Sam Durnavich raced mountain bikes in the Leadville 100 together in 2015. Now they’re embarking on another sort of bumpy adventure.
Just shy of its centennial, the tee sheet at one of Aurora’s public golf courses goes no farther than Dec. 15.
A deal announced earlier this fall for the city to buy the beleaguered for roughly $20 million has been suspended.
The news follows a second lawsuit filed last month by a neighbor who, along with other nearby residents, has opposed the project.
The Lakewood-based retailer has acquired a winter sports rental company that’s made its name fitting ski boots.