Colorado Cycling Connection, C3, is a locally owned and operated bike shop in Denver. C3’s commitment to the community and cycling is our number one priority. We advocate growth and development with our cycling culture in this beautiful city and state. C3 is for anyone who enjoys cycling or has friends that do. Our products range from competitive road and mountain bikes, to kids, urban and BMX. We exclude no one and include all. Top rated services from comprehensive tune ups, suspension overhauls, and wheel building. Navigate our website to check out all the great brands and services.
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The high-performance discipline of cross-country racing has become, quite literally, a race to the top. Grueling, all-out sprints to the finish are supported with bikes whose maximum efficiency and minimum weight ethos pay no heed to compliance – until now. The Impec Lab has teamed up with the BMC Mountainbike Racing Team to create theContinue Reading
BMC creates amazing bikes, and that is why many riders equate them to being a pro only bike. The 2015 SLR03 105 demonstrates that you can ride a pro quality bike at the price of a “Mid level”. Coming in at $2,299, the bike offers plenty to love. Here is an excerpt from Bikeradar’s impression ” DespiteContinue Reading
This Sunday, May 3rd, C3 Bike Shop will be hosting the C3 Bike Shop Inaugural Rooney Rally Bike Demo! The event will take place from 10am-6pm May 3rd at the parking lot across from Thunder Valley. Stop by and ride some of the shops best bikes. Call or swing by the Tejon shop for theContinue Reading
Bicycle.com has recently given the Women CADD 10 editors choice award. One editor thought she was on a carbon bike, while one editor had so much fun she didn’t care how fast she was riding. To see what the editor’s had to say click Here
Of all the forms of bicycle racing, road racing has been the only form not to allow disk brake use. Their concerns are highly valid. Recently, on Tuesday the UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) has given the go to use disk brakes in two events chosen by the race teams come this August and September. TheContinue Reading