The company said its Revved Carbon Technology means the ultralight bikes are cheaper and more impact-resistant. And it’s making them in Denver.
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The company, which charges members $10 to $40 a month, moves into the spaces left behind when big-box retailers contract.
Owner: ‘I thought Denver was the perfect place for something like this. It focuses on the recovery side of fitness, which is so important but often neglected.’
Stradalli owner Tom Steinbacher: “They knew exactly which bike to take and which not to take.”
Owner David Mot: ‘Competitive pool players aren’t fancy drinkers. This’ll be for people who want to come in and compete in pool, not really for people who want to go out for some drinks.’
Jim Deters, who stepped down as CEO of Galvanize, said Unravel Coffee will have ‘the Tesla of roasting machines.’
If you’ve skied it, it’s likely that Parker resident James Niehues has drawn it.
The landlord said Classic Barbell ceased paying its rent in full in October and wants a court to award it possession of the premises.
‘This community currently uses a lot of school gyms, and those are becoming fewer and harder to get access to,’ said Dean Teuber, co-founder of The Courts Sports Complex.
Jen Sevcik, Tim Samp and Nattiel Pierson are targeting a February opening for Duality at 4635 W. Colfax Ave.