Welcome to the Denver Bike Blog
This is a place to learn about bicycling. Bicycling can be a fun, challenging and entertaining, especially when we’re open to the possibilities. It’s a great way to beat traffic, stay healthy and save some money, but there are many lessons to learn. This blog will share some lessons and introduce you to new aspects of bicycling that might inspire you to adopt bicycling as a habit. It’s a first step in your bicycling journey.
What to expect
Information on all types of bicycling and a wide variety of topics to enhance your ride. We want to help you learn how to repair your own bike, so research is part of the process.
Ok, well that might not happen, but here are some articles to read:
- Tapping a crank arm
- Shimano Ultegra Brake Rebuild
- Tire Pressure
- Understanding Gear Ratios
- Replacing freewheel
- Replacing Cassette
- Diagnosing Creaks
- Disassembling a Hub
- Full Tune
- Common Mistakes
Feedback and Disclaimer
This blog is a resource for the University of Colorado – Denver Biking Community. As such, I’m sure there is plenty to learn, so please email:
with any tips or tricks. Use of information found on Denverbikeblog.com is at your own risk.
This blog would not be possible without the generous support from the community, including Velowood Cyclery, Elevation Cycles, the University of Colorado – Denver Lola and Ron Salazar Wellness Center, all the websites we link to including the Global Cycling Network and Park Tools and the support of many dedicated students and staff. Thank you.