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August 1, 2010

The State of Cycling in the Pikes Peak Region: An Interview with Allison Dunlap and Kristin Bennett

Allison DunlapKristin Bennett

Despite the fact that the Pikes Peak Region is home to the Olympic Training Center, an excellent network of trails and bike paths, and hundreds of miles of easily accessible mountain biking, Colorado Springs is just beginning to be known outside the area as cycling destination. KRCC’s Noel Black spoke with local Olympian and World Mountain Biking Champion Allison Dunlap and Colorado Springs Senior Transportation Planner Kristin Bennett about one of the area’s best kept secrets. (Right/option-click to download or click the play button to stream.)

Cycling Interview WS 8.1.10

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-Find out more about regional bike lanes and trails.

-Visit the Allison Dunlap Adventure Camps home page.

-Find out about Peak Region Cyclist’s “Assault on the Peak” ride up Pikes Peak on August 29.

-Learn more about the Sand Creek Series mountain bike races.

Filed under: Cycling,Interview,Noel Black,Sports,Western Skies — noel @ 12:00 am
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  1. Umm actually Peak Region Cyclist isn’t putting on the “Assault on the Peak” just to clarify it’s due to the hard work of a team of ex-USA cycling employees and the local cycling community. PRC has nothing to do with it happening. May want to note that.

    Comment by Anthony Westby — August 4, 2010 @ 1:51 pm

  2. Thanks Anthony. Changed.

    Comment by noel — August 5, 2010 @ 4:32 pm

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