VillaSport Indoor Triathlon

Colorado Springs


The event includes:

200-yard swim in our lap lane pool (4 laps)

10-mile bike ride on a spin bike

3-mile treadmill run


Splits for each event are recorded and a total time (including transitions between events) determines the top finishers.  The top male and female finishers from each age bracket, 13 – 29, 30 – 39, 40 – 49, 50+, will receive a VillaSport gift card

Each participant will receive aVillaSport triathlon t-shirt

$20 members / $25 guests


Event details and registration here

VillaSports Indoor Youth Triathlon

Colorado Springs


This event is designed for youth ages 5-13.

The athletes will scoot, swim, and scamper through the 50-yard unassisted swim, a scooter board course, and an obstacle run with bounce houses!

Each participant will receive a VillaSport Youth Triathlon t-shirt as part of their registrtion

Male and Female winner from each age bracket will receives a VillaSport gift card


$20 members / $25 guests

Event details and registration here

CS Bike Swap 2017

This event is free to the public!

Go check out our sponsors!

  • Soccerhaus Colorado Springs
  • Kids on Bikes
  • Mountain Equipment Recyclers
  • Colorado City Creamery
  • Criterium Bicycles

Available spaces:

  1. $15: Basic 10’x10′ sales area – this is for those that bring their own table & chairs
  2. $25: Basic 10’x20′ sales area – this is for those that bring their own table & chairs
  3. $15: An 8′ table and folding chair will be provided
  4. $10: Per bike for bike corral. Want to sell your bike, but don’t want to sit at a booth all day? Our staff will wrangle the bikes while prospective buyers take a gander! Drop it off at 10:45, and pick it up by 4.
  5. Day of booths will be available at the door: $20 for a 10’x10′ and $30 for a 10’x20′

Vendor setup is from 10am to 11am and tear-down is from 4pm to 5pm. Doors open to the public 11am-4pm.

This will be a cash only event, but there are ATM’s within walking distance.

What can be sold or traded?

This is a Cycling & Outdoor Sports Specific Swap Meet and we would like to limit the Sellers to anything that would be considered useful, helpful or directly related to cycling or the cycling and outdoor culture. Here are some examples: This is not an exclusive list!

Bike disciplines: mountain, road, cross, singlespeed, commuter, bmx, vintage, antique , tank, electric, trikes bikes – it doesn’t matter.

  • All parts, accessories, racks, etc. for all disciplines.
  • All riding and casual clothing & apparel, shoes, hats, jackets, jewelry, assessors, etc.
  • All outdoor hiking, camping, skiing, kayaking, etc.
  • Foods, sports drinks, sports bars, etc.
  • Outdoor, hunting, camping, hiking, etc. gear.
  • Cross Sport equipment, hiking, skiing, kayaking, etc.
  • Fitness gear and equipment.

Also, if you are a

  • Bike Shop
  • Outdoor Sports Shop
  • Tour Company
  • Cycling Group/Club
  • Training Company
  • Trainer
  • Coach
  • Service Shop
  • Parts/Bike Manufacture

COS Outdoor Sports Expo

Colorado Springs

Going on year 3 of our one and only Colorado Springs Outdoor Sports & Recreation Expo! This will be show #7 of our 3x a year series. Perhaps we should call it Year 3, Episode 7? Regardless, the best expo in Southern Colorado is getting bigger and better!

We’re moving the expo to the Plaza of the Rockies after 2 years at Ivywild. While we’re gracious of the partnership we’ve had the last 2 years we’ve had to turn away vendors every time as we were limited on space plus we were challenging the parking in Ivywild with the over 400 attendees we were getting to each show last year.

Now with Plaza of the Rockies help we have a FAR bigger space to use and covered parking for vendors/attendees and almost unlimited vendor space.

To book a space at the event please contact us via our website at:


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All sports, recreation, fitness, and wellness providers welcome. We have had stores, national brands, nonprofits, communities, and more at each event. Sports-wise we have had cycling, running, hiking, kickball, walking, yoga, swingline, disc golf, ultimate frisbee, SUP, scuba, skiing, skateboarding, gyms, and more represented.

Weekend Preview: A Little of This, A Little of That

Triathlon Events

Saturday March 4th


26th Annual Steamboat Pentathlon

Steamboat Springs


USATri60 Indoor Triathlon

Colorado Springs


Cycling Skills Clinic with Justin Chester



Cycling Events

Saturday March 4th


Mineral Belt Mayhem



Frostbite Time Trial

Ft. Collins


Cycling Skills Clinic with Justin Chester



VitaMtb Clinic

Sedona, Az


Sunday March 5th


DU City Park Crit


Gwen Jorgensen Meets With Colorado Springs Triathletes

Gwen Jorgensen made a last minute appearance at 24Hr Fitness in Colorado Springs last weekend. Kris Kuckenbacker, a triathlete from Colorado Springs, describes his experience for us:

Gwen Jorgensen posing for a photo with triathletes while visiting Colorado SpringsI first found out that Gwen was going to be at the COS 24Hr Fitness Thursday morning (November 10th) from the local tri club social media page, just two days before the meet and greet was to occur. It was a very basic post and just said “Gwen Jorgensen will be at 24 Hour Fitness in Colorado Springs this Saturday,” that was it. I searched the comments and was further able to find out that it would be from 11:30-1:00. Oh Great!

That was the exact same 90 minute window I had a scheduled a massage for earlier in the week. Skeptical, I searched online to see if I could verify the information and came up empty. Regardless, I rescheduled the massage and decided to go to the gym the following day and see what the deal was myself. Sure enough, a large poster was on the entrance window with Gwen’s photo and pertinent details for the meet and greet. I was excited!

My girlfriend, and fellow triathlete, was down from Denver for the weekend and was just as excited as I was for such an amazing opportunity to meet the ITU legend and Olympic Gold Medalist. We took magazines, the recent USA Triathlon quarterly publication and the The magazine Gwen Jorgensen signed for Kris during her visit to Colorado SpringsAugust issue of Triathlete, both with Gwen’s picture gracing the covers for her to sign.

I’ve never met anyone and had them autograph their picture before, that added a little awkwardness while standing in line. We were surprised how few people were there, which was a good thing as neither of us are fans of large crowds.

The moment came and we walked up to Gwen. I got increasingly nervous as we approached and realized I wasn’t in any way prepared for a verbal encounter. I stayed a few steps behind my girlfriend, trying to hide behind her tiny frame, as she engaged in conversation with a very humble and genuine Gwen Jorgensen. They started with a little race and triathlon small talk which transitioned seamlessly and quickly into real life events and girl stuff as though they were long time friends.

When her attention turned to me, I shook her hand and introduced myself in which she replied “Hi, I’m Gwen.” All I could muster as a response was “Yes, yes you are”. I was literally speechless and embarrassed. We got our magazines signed pictures taken with Gwen, then headed to brunch. All we could talk about was how amazing it was to meet such an icon of the sport, and how authentic and real Gwen was to everyone she met.