The vans are equipped with all the tools and inventory of a regular bike shop ad have a built-in TV, WiFi and a coffee maker to entertain clients while the mechanics work.
Sports and Recreation
Ben Nielsen, a 34-year-old engineer who first dove into surfing while studying at Cal Poly, is building a new public park with waves for river surfers and kayakers along the South Platte River in Sheridan.
Stepping straight from the ring to the stage, a local comedian is launching a new series of boxing matches between Denver comics followed by stand-up routines.
A recently reopened ski area west of Evergreen has filed for bankruptcy to stave off a creditor’s push toward foreclosure.
The golf association is bringing one of its biggest amateur tournaments back to the Colorado Golf Club, which will play host to the championship in 2019.
Not wanting to lose its dining component during a $20 million overhaul, a country club is taking over a downtown Littleton bar space and will use it as a restaurant during the renovations.
Following several other area golf clubs, a Westminster course has an overhaul of its clubhouse, pool and greens in the works in hopes of maxing out membership.
A gym stretched across two buildings in Uptown is consolidating its business in a move onto Larimer Street with a turf field and a boxing ring.
With years of target practice under its belt, the company behind a hunting shotgun sling is hoping to take its product to the next level.
A Congress Park bicycle shop is shutting its doors before the end of the month, the latest in a recent string of cycling store closures.