• IM Boulder triathletes offer “olive branch” to bike course residents

    Submitted by Dana Willett on May 25th, 2014

    303Triathlon first broke the story of the Cookie Project last month . . . today, the Boulder Daily Camera provided further coverage: As a way of thanking motorists who live and drive along the bike route for the upcoming Ironman Boulder race, a group of athletes plans to hand-deliver fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies next month.Read More

    • IM Boulder triathletes offer “olive branch” to bike course residents

      Submitted by Dana Willett on May 25th, 2014

      303Triathlon first broke the story of the Cookie Project last month . . . today, the Boulder Daily Camera provided further coverage: As a way of thanking motorists who live and drive along the bike route for the upcoming Ironman Boulder race, a group of athletes plans to hand-deliver fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies next month.Read More

      • Tyler Butterfield offers training, racing advice for IM Boulder

        Submitted by Dana Willett on May 12th, 2014

        Boulder pro & Olympian Tyler Butterfield provides some training and racing advice for the inaugural 2014 Ironman Boulder, including acclimating to altitude, preparing for the heat, a good swim warmup, and biking in thin air. Tyler Butterfield is one of the world’s leading triathletes, having just won the Catlin Bermuda National Triathlon Championshipsyesterday, and winningRead More

        • Hungry Ironman? Check Out These Recommended Eateries

          Submitted by Jen Findley on May 3rd, 2014

          There are hundreds of coffee shops, breweries, restaurants and eateries in Boulder. If you can’t find it, you may not know it’s missing. Even living in Boulder, it’s nearly impossible to really know the best places to eat. We asked our readers to give us a hand and let us know some of their favorites. Here’s what folks had to say. Also some links to get you started. Read more