February is upon us, the holidays are over, and we all said goodbye to 2018 and HELLO to 2019! Most of us are anxiously waiting for Spring to arrive so we can get back out and Ride. However, it doesn’t seem sometimes like we live in Colorado anymore. Whether you believe in global warming or not, and as a 10-year resident of Colorado, it does appear that our winters are getting warmer and riding is more frequent in the winter months. [Read more…] about Spring Comes Early
This is probably one of the most difficult articles I will ever write in Colorado Rider News. My Mentor and best friend, Randy Savely is retiring. I asked Randy for permission to write this article. He isn’t one for computers or to make a fuss, but this community owes Randy Savely a debt a gratitude for over 10 years of service to the biker community but also the injured riders he has touched over the years personally and through the Randy Run for Fallen Bikers. [Read more…] about Biker Community Thanks Randy Savely, Here’s To Your Retirement!
BikerDown Foundation is always looking for new ways to raise funds to help injured riders, and the Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse team has recognized all the charitable work BikerDown has accomplished. BikerDown down has partnered with the Mammoth for their annual Military Appreciation Night on Saturday, March 23rd at the Pepsi Center. [Read more…] about Military Appreciation Night with the Colorado Mammoth
Colorado Rider News is celebrating our 1-year anniversary, and as I look back on where we started and where we are this December,
we here at CRN should be so proud of the publication we have created. [Read more…] about Our First Anniversary
The holidays are less than 60 days away. It’s a time where you wonder where the year went? It is also a time that no matter how stressful your life has been in 2018 and you are ready to put 2018 behind you, it is also a time for giving and motorcycle riders are always the most giving individuals I have ever met. [Read more…] about Winter is Coming!
Volunteers will arrive at 7:30 am and breakfast begins at 8 am sharp. This has become a tradition in the morning and gives the riders a place to socialize, wake up and get in line early so they can be at the start of the parade. It has always been a contest to see who can be the first 100 riders lined up for the parade. [Read more…] about BikerDown: Toy Run Breakfast in the Park
BikerDown is in our 7th year of Adopting Families for the Holidays program. The program started with the desire to help 2 families that has suffered a tragic loss due to a motorcycle fatality. While we knew we couldn’t replace the loss they were feeling, we could ensure that the family wasn’t alone and that the children had Christmas under the tree. [Read more…] about Adopt-A-Family
October is always the month that makes me wonder where the year went. The mountains are getting a dusting of snow and Christmas is only 90 days away. In a couple of weeks, I will begin BikerDown’s Adopt a Family for the Holidays, and in a blink of an eye, The Children’s Hospital Toy Run will be upon us. [Read more…] about Letter From the Publisher – Third Quarter: 2018
Dirty Dogs Roadhouse is pleased to host the Show and Shine Bike Contest, sponsored by Colorado Rider News. Do you have a tricked- out chopper or a bad-ass bike? Then head on down to Dirty Dogs Roadhouse in Golden, CO on October 6, 2018 and show it off! You could win prizes, trophies and bragging rights, all while enjoying a great day with friends and seeing the baddest bikes in our area. All you need to enter is a motorcycle! [Read more…] about Show and Shine Bike Contest
Last year, two old school bikers set out to open a biker bar in Golden, CO at the Old Susie’s, and this October 13th will mark Rob and Mark’s 1-year anniversary. To bikers this was hallowed ground, and they wondered if the new owners would understand that history and preserve that old time biker flare with a fresh look. [Read more…] about Dirty Dogs Roadhouse Celebrates 1-year anniversary