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CrossFit gym digs into Prospect

CrossFit gym digs into Prospect

Burl Rolett August 29, 2016 0

A downtown CrossFit gym has more room for burpees, pushups and kettle bells at a new location in Prospect

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Bike makers trade in wings for wheels

Bike makers trade in wings for wheels

Amy DiPierro August 15, 2016 0

A husband-and-wife team ditched the aerospace business in California, and plan to open their first bike workshop in September

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Ski boot company leaves Boulder for Golden; raises $1.5M

Ski boot company leaves Boulder for Golden; raises $1.5M

Amy DiPierro August 11, 2016 0

Apex Ski Boots is using the funds to produce its newest model of ski boots – designed to be more comfortable than the industry stand-by

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Turn-of-the-century resort for sale; last sold in 1924

Turn-of-the-century resort for sale; last sold in 1924

Amy DiPierro August 10, 2016 5

The 123-acre Glen-Isle Resort, which closed a few years ago and sits along 285 in Bailey, hit the market in July.

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27-year-old buyer offers $3.8M for bankrupt ski hill

27-year-old buyer offers $3.8M for bankrupt ski hill

Aaron Kremer August 7, 2016 0

A struggling ski hill 20 minutes west of Evergreen is under contract to be sold to a 27-year-old University of Denver alum

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Adventure park expands along I-70

Adventure park expands along I-70

Stephanie Mason August 5, 2016 1

An outdoor activity park opened this month in Lawson, bringing rock climbing, "zorbing" and frisbee golf closer to home.

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Fitness firms tangle over jump rope

Fitness firms tangle over jump rope

Amy DiPierro July 28, 2016 0

Jump Rope Systems (JRS) in Louisville filed a complaint in Denver district court saying a local fitness equipment maker missed a payment and is now infringing on jump rope patents

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Gym lets go of snug Cherry Creek outpost

Gym lets go of snug Cherry Creek outpost

Stephanie Mason July 22, 2016 0

Pearl Street Fitness decided against renewing its lease at its Sixth Avenue and Columbine Street, shutting down its studio of three years

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Resort steers toward bike-friendly additions

Resort steers toward bike-friendly additions

Amy DiPierro July 21, 2016 0

A Colorado Springs resort is touting what it hopes will be the warm-weather equivalent to "ski in, ski out" accommodations: A hotel where cycling tourists can pedal into and out of their rooms

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Second CycleBar studio rolls into region

Second CycleBar studio rolls into region

Stephanie Mason June 30, 2016 0

The franchise locations get the support of CycleBar, including a business plan and an eight-week construction buildout for the studios

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