• Tyler Butterfield: Training in Colorado

    Submitted by Dana Willett on March 7th, 2014

    Tyler Butterfield is one of Boulder’s hottest triathletes. He has competed at the highest level in both road bicycle racing and triathlons, and made history when he became Bermuda’s first professional triathlete in 2002. He then made his way into the record books yet again in 2004 when he became the youngest male triathlete toRead More

    • Snotty, sniffly, and stumped? Tyler Butterfield on training while sick

      Submitted by Dana Willett on February 20th, 2014

      How to train on the bike when you’re a little under the weather, thanks to resident two-time Olympian, professional triathlete, and all-around nice guy, Tyler Butterfield. Butterfield, who lives in Boulder and just celebrated the birth of his second child with his wife, Nikki, finds himself in the familiar family role of helping with theRead More

      • 303COMMUNITY: The exploits of Racing Underground’s Darrin Eisman

        Submitted by Dana Willett on January 24th, 2014

        He may not leap buildings in a single bound, but he has traveled 6,000 miles around the country penniless on his bike, relied on a free haircut won in a duathlon for his wedding day, and built his own mountain house in a series of all-nighters in 26-below-zero temperatures after reading a few books onRead More

        • Over The Top Radio Interview with Dr. Andy Pruitt of BCSM

          Submitted by Dana Willett on January 23rd, 2014

          Great in-depth interview with Dr. Andy Pruitt of Boulder Center for Sports Medicine – how the advent of clipless pedals and aerobars changed the mechanics of bike positioning and ensued in injuries. This interview covers the importance of proper fit (bicycle, shoes) and equipment (saddle, shorts, etc) for comfort, longevity and durability in cycling, asRead More

          • Monday Masters: Measuring Baseline Fitness

            Submitted by Dana Willett on January 20th, 2014

            This workout comes from Jim Hallberg of D3 Multisport. Jim says this workout is important because it measures baseline fitness here at the beginning of the season. “It will provide you with some numbers to work from throughout the season, and allow you to measure improvement in swim times,” he says. Jim points out thisRead More