After nine months, a store that offered recovery treatments and athletic gear has announced its impending closure.
Sports and Recreation
The facility would feature 12,000 square feet of bouldering walls and 2,500 square feet of fitness space with room for group classes.
The company has sold more than $17,000 worth of its newest product since the Kickstarter campaign went live March 13.
A rapidly growing online sports publication will take a swing at the Mile High City market next month.
Already home to bike makers Yeti Cycles, Spot and Proudfoot, the city nabbed the U.S. headquarters for Commencal.
The city’s oldest course will close for five weeks and is being rented to the concert promoter who dreamt up Bonnaroo.
A fledgling Denver firm plans to introduce electric bikes built for commuting and city riding.
A former minor league pitching prospect alleges the ball club and the team’s doctor failed to diagnose an injury that ended his career.
The owners of Phoenix Pop Up Camper in Commerce City are retiring the “Bronco Bronco” truck they built in 2013.
A dodgeball-like game with bows and arrows instead of balls is coming to the Front Range.