Colorado Multisport Helps Community with Food Delivery

CMS Community Meal Service

During these trying times, we realize bikes may not be your first priority. For reasons out of your control, you or someone you know may not be able to leave your house. We want to extend a helping hand. In addition to our Bicycle Valet service we are adding a Community Meal Service to help community members in need get groceries and basic home needs delivered to their door, free of charge. Our coverage area will be the same as our Bicycle Valet Service area.

Why are we doing this? We are a team of dedicated and passionate advocates for you, our customer. We saw a need that is affecting many of you and believe in the power of lifting up our fellow human when in need.

How does this work? Simple. Give Colorado Multisport a call Monday-Friday at 303-865-4604 during our normal business hours. One of our friendly staff will collect your name and information.  You will submit a grocery list to a dedicated email address and ask that you be as detailed as possible. For example: eggs (do you want the least expensive, brown, white, organic, etc.). We will take a $100 charge up front and refund the difference once the shopping trip is complete. The maximum shopping cart price for any individual or family is $100.

We cannot stress enough how highly we will prioritize cleanliness during this process. From wearing gloves to the store and when driving the van to completing your Community Meal Service drop-off without you ever having to touch or come in contact with us. We know that the people that need this service the most value their health and safety the most and want you to know that their sentiments align with ours.

Why are we doing this? We are a team of dedicated and passionate advocates for you, our customer. We saw a need that is affecting many of you and believe in the power of lifting up our fellow human when in need.

How does this work? Simple. Give Colorado Multisport a call Monday-Friday at 303-865-4604 during our normal business hours. One of our friendly staff will collect your name and information.  You will submit a grocery list to a dedicated email address and ask that you be as detailed as possible. For example: eggs (do you want the least expensive, brown, white, organic, etc.). We will take a $100 charge up front and refund the difference once the shopping trip is complete. The maximum shopping cart price for any individual or family is $100.

We cannot stress enough how highly we will prioritize cleanliness during this process. From wearing gloves to the store and when driving the van to completing your Community Meal Service drop-off without you ever having to touch or come in contact with us. We know that the people that need this service the most value their health and safety the most and want you to know that their sentiments align with ours.

Support CU National Champion Triathlon Team, Silent Auction, FEB 28th

Please join us for the CU Triathlon Team’s Third Annual Silent Auction at Colorado Multisport (Village Boulder Shopping Center, 2480 Canyon Blvd, Boulder) Friday, February 28th from 5:30-7:30pm.

All of the proceeds from this special event will help fund our trek to the USAT Collegiate Club National Championship in Tempe, Arizona in April with a goal of winning another national title!   

We aim to take as many teammates as we can to nationals.  Our team is composed of a wide range of athletes—from those who have never previously owned a bike to professionals.  What we all share is a common bond: a passion for swimming, biking and running (and eating…and dancing…)!  

Winning a championship is a complete team effort and the atmosphere at nationals is like no other triathlon event.  We rely on all of our teammates to create a fast, friendly, inclusive, and supportive team atmosphere. Traveling to races is expensive—plane tickets, bike transport, hotels, and food (we eat a lot of food)!  We are so thankful for the community support that makes possible traveling with a complete team of athletes and coaches.  

The entry fee for the Auction is only $10 which includes refreshments and a chance to win door prizes.  

Brittany Warly (CU Triathlon Team alum, 2016 Draft Legal Collegiate Club National Champion, and current professional ITU triathlete) will be speaking. 
 
Silent Auction items include:    
Spyder apparel
Vail Resorts lift tickets  
Roll Recovery R8A
Month of yoga from Core Power   
Aero helmets
many other items!  

This team has become a second family to me. We push each other to be the best we can be within triathlon, as leaders, and in the classroom. Please join us at the Auction (bring your friends too!) and please help us spread the word about this important fundraiser. Attached is a copy of the flier for the event.  We all look forward to seeing you on February 28th and thank you very much for your ongoing support.  

Get ready for racing with coach Will Murray clinics.

Coach Will Murray is offering two clinic to sharpen mental skills to get ready for the race season. May 9th and May 16th at Colorado Multi-sport.

Best Emotions and Moods for Training and Racing
Colorado Multisport, 2480 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder, CO 80302
May 9, 2019 6:05PM-6:55 PM, open to the public at no charge.

Your emotions and moods can greatly affect your training and racing. Fortunately, you can quickly and effectively choose your emotions and moods to have the best training sessions and races possible. In this session, you will practice and learn a few fast, effective techniques for setting the right emotions for your workouts and races, and get out of less helpful ones. Bring something to take notes—this is a working session that will be fun, intriguing and really useful come race day.

Will Murray is mental skills coach at www.D3multisport.com, co-author of The Four Pillars of Triathlon: Vital Mental Skills for Endurance Athletes, and a licensed triathlon coach.

Will is offering a follow up clinic on race planning. 

Race Strong with a Race Plan
Colorado Multisport, 2480 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder, CO 80302
May 16, 2019 6:05PM-6:55 PM

You already may have a training plan, but what is your specific plan on race day to have your best day? In this session you will create a complete plan for race day and learn some targeted mental skills to adorn that plan with your best chance of having a great day. You will also learn how to plan for unexpected events and how to incorporate them into your plan to be prepared for anything.

Weekend Preview: Another Great Weekend on Tap

Triathlon Events

Thursday June 28th

 

Boulder Stroke & Stride Week #5

Boulder


XTERRA Night

Boulder


Saturday June 30th

 

BAM Bare Bones OWS Series

Boulder

Join Boulder Aquatic Masters for the first event in the Bare Bones Open Water Swim Series.

Choose from the 1, 2 or 3 mile events.  There is NO RACE DAY Registration.  Online registration ends Friday 7pm


Lookout Mountain Triathlon

Golden


Sunday July 1st

 

Grant Ranch OWS

Lakewood



Cycling Events

Thursday June 28th

 

Leadville Trail 100 Camp of Champions

Leadville


BVV Track Night

Erie


DRAFT + Camber Exchange

Boulder


XTERRA Night

Boulder


Friday June 29th

 

Boulder Omnium: Hill Climb

Boulder


Leadville Trail 100 Camp of Champions

Leadville


Saturday June 30th

 

Fandango MTB

Bailey


Boulder Omnium: TT

Boulder


Cycle to Saturn Century

Golden


Vuelta a Dillon

Dillon


Cannondale MTB Tour

Granby Ranch


Nederland Boulder Stage Race

Boulder


Eagle Ranch Classic

Eagle


Laramie MTB Series

Happy Jack, WY


Rocking the Velodrome

Erie


Leadville Trail 100 Camp of Champions

Leadville


Sunday July 1st

 

Boulder Omnium: Road Race

Boulder


Cannondale MTB Tour

Granby Ranch


Nederland Boulder Stage Race

Boulder


Leadville Trail 100 Camp of Champions

Leadville

XTERRA Night

Boulder

 

Have you ever thought about making the switch from road to off-road triathlon? Join us at Colorado Multisport for a fun evening with XTERRA to learn all about how you can do your first off-road triathlon.

We will have a panel of local triathletes, professional and amateur alike, who can speak to what it’s like to make the transition and why you should! We will be discussing topics such as what it takes to do an XTERRA, what equipment is required, and what skills you can prepare you to take on your first race. Panelist will include CMS’s own XTERRA professional triathlete and bike fitter-extraordinaire Ryan Ignatz, and Brett Tact, local coach, personal trainer, and XTERRA competitor. Follow this page for further updates on our panel attendees and event details.

XTERRA will be offering 15% off registration for both XTERRA Beaver Creek and XTERRA Indian Peaks for everyone who attends. One lucky person will win a free entry into the XTERRA Beaver Creek event on July 21st! Not only that, everyone who attends will get sweet swag from XTERRA.

We look forward to seeing everyone here!

 

Event details here

Team Colorado: Join Us for this Special Ride

The next Team Colorado event/ride will be May 20th at Tom Watson park.

This is a special event as we pay tribute to a well known, and well loved Colorado triathlete, Joe Vrablik who recently passed away. He was coached by D3 and good friends with Michael Stone, owner of Colorado Multisport. Both organizations will be present at this meeting and would like to share a few moments and stories with you at the ride briefing. Joe had just qualified for Kona through the legacy program. His story is well documented and subject of a couple of IRONMAN special videos. Tim Brosious, race director of IRONMAN Boulder will be on hand as well. This is what Team Colorado is really all about, the community and supporting each other, please come join this last meet up before IRONMAN Boulder.

 

We will ride, and D3 will have coaches on hand to help us break into groups and try to sort of ride together and finish about the same time so we can enjoy a picnic/tailgate. We are working food details and park accommodations so stay tuned–it very well could be a byoe–bring your own everything- but we shall see.

Afterwards will be a great time to chat with coaches and get some last minute training ideas if you are doing IMB and to ask Tim about anything to do with the race and meet your “neighbors” and people sharing the course with you!

The ride:

Arrive at 8, briefing at 8:15, wheels down at 8:30

Return approx 12:30 with routes following the IM Boulder course with at least one loop, possibly two or a modified second loop. Depending on the group and how we split up we will accommodate all levels.

 

Check out this video if you want to learn more about Joe

Calendar event here

Weekend Preview: Clinics, Parties and Races

Triathlon Events

Thursday April 26th

 

Maximize Training with Limited Time

Boulder


Friday April 27th

 

Bicycle Colorado Gala

Denver


USAT High School & Collegiate National Championships

Tuscaloosa, Al


Saturday April 28th

 

USAT Collegiate National Championships

Tuscaloosa, Al


Sunday April 29th

 

Pole, Pedal, Paddle

Crested Butte



Cycling Events

Thursday April 26th

 

GiddyUP! Film Tour

Ft. Collins


Friday April 27th

 

Bicycle Colorado Gala

Denver


Saturday April 28th

 

60k/100k Encierro Velo

Elbert


The First Century

Wetminster


Bike Racing 101 Clinic

Ft. Collins


Sunday April 29th

 

Koppenberg Road Race

Superior

 

FREE Women’s Race Clinic

Boulder

 

LADIES: We’re excited to announce a free race clinic this June to help get you all prepared for the big day! Here’s all the details and a big thank you to Alison Lowry Freeman of D3 Multisport.com and Colorado Multisport for making this happen!

Date: Thursday June 14th, 2018
Time: 6:00pm
Location: Colorado Multisport at Village Shopping Center, 2480 Canyon Blvd M2, Boulder, CO 80302

Topics: Alison Freeman of D3 and our race director will be on hand to cover training tips, nutrition advice, and answer every race and event related question you may have!

Cost: FREE

Who should attend: Everyone, the more the merrier and we promise you’ll leave excited for race day and better prepared for the best possible experience on July 29th!

 

Event details here

Winter Training Seminar

Boulder

 

Champions are made in the off-season.
Coach Eric Kenney  of EK Endurance Coaching will discuss the topics in “Four keys of winter training” Article and the 3 steps to the off season rest, unstructured training and re-setting to train again.

Get a new perspective on training in the off season and maximum adaptation for minimal fatigue. Eliminate your weaknesses and arrive at your summer races fresher and faster!

Questions and discussion will abound!

 

Event details here