- COS Racing Masters Excel in Colorado State Team CupCOLORADO SPRINGS – In this year’s Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado (BRAC) Colorado Road Team Cup, COS Racing achieved some excellent team results – placing 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 9th at the state level in various categories. At the top of the pyramid, COS Racing took second place in the state in Masters Men’s Category … Continue reading COS Racing Masters Excel in Colorado State Team Cup
- Kemble Takes State Champions Jersey In Women’s Road RaceFOUNTAIN, CO – COS Racing rider Jasmine Kemble took first place in the Colorado Women’s Road Race (Cat 4) from a field of six racers. The road race was held on a tough, hilly course on the plains southeast of Colorado Springs under hot summer conditions. This race is the culmination of a series of … Continue reading Kemble Takes State Champions Jersey In Women’s Road Race
- 2021 Thunderbird Road Race CancelledCOLORADO SPRINGS (25 August 2021) – Due to public safety concerns amid an uptick of COVID cases, the United States Air Force Academy has withdrawn approval for us to conduct Sunday’s Colorado Road Race Master and Junior RR Championships on the Academy. We regret the missed opportunity to host a great road race on a … Continue reading 2021 Thunderbird Road Race Cancelled
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.