- Rosaly Takes 2nd in Cat 1 at G3 MTB Stage RaceWINTER PARK, CO – Last weekend, COS Racing racer Guillermo Rosaly took 2nd Place in Cat 1 30-39 at the Grand Gear Grind (G3) Mountain Bike Stage Race in Grandby, Colorado. Based at the edge of the world-renowned Rocky Mountain State Park, the G3 is a mountain bike stage race covering the best, highest, and … Continue reading Rosaly Takes 2nd in Cat 1 at G3 MTB Stage Race
- Dragomirov Takes 2021 Colorado State ITT TitleKEENESBURG, CO – On June 12th, 2021, longtime COS Racing rider Vladimir Dragomirov took the State Championship title in the Men’s Category 3 40K Individual Time Trial (ITT) with a time of 52:26.8. Starting second-to-last in an 11-person field that also included teammate Seth Hurley, Vlad powered to a decisive 30-second victory over the next … Continue reading Dragomirov Takes 2021 Colorado State ITT Title
- Big Race Weekend for COS RacingELBERT, CO – Ten miles away it was sunny and 65 degrees. At the Peaceful Valley Scout Camp for the start of the Mad Gravel race, the day started cold and foggy with temps in the 40s and a 10-25mph wind ripping out of the north. Despite that, COS Racing’s 15 riders had a very … Continue reading Big Race Weekend for COS Racing
COS Racing is a 501(c)(3) Tax-Exempt Nonprofit Organization. We are a bicycle racing team. Our purpose is to foster local, national, and international amateur cycling racer development and competitions. As a team, we help develop road, MTB, track, and gravel bicycle racers through clinics and training. We support racer participation in local, national, and international racing events. We also host our own race annually, the Thunderbird Road race, the state road racing championships for juniors, seniors, and master amateur racers. In addition, we co-support the Front Range Classic, a collegiate race sponsored by the Air Force Academy Cycling Team. Ancillary to our racing endeavors, we volunteer at cycling events and cycling-related activities in our region.
While we have seen tremendous growth in the past four years, growing to over 90 team members strong, if upon dissolution of COS Racing and in keeping with 501(c)(3) requirements, our remaining assets will be distributed to cycling-related tax-exempt organizations, decided upon by the COS Racing Board of Directors.