Cycling season is winding down, but there’s still one of Colorado cyclist’s favorite rides coming up on October 1st in Grand Junction. The Tour of the Moon is a premier ride for Coloradans. Cycling through the Colorado National Monument is a sight to be seen for sure.
About Kristi Blanco
Kristi is a Colorado native who enjoys writing, photography, running, and yoga.
She is a soccer mom to her 11-year-old son who she adores, along with his adopted chocolate-lab pup.
She also has her own photography business, Kristi Blanco Photography.
Kristi started blogging for Project ReCycle in the summer of 2014 after meeting AJ Stapleton. They met at a Cub Scout event painting murals for Project ReCycle under the bridges in Downtown Castle Rock.
Entries by Kristi Blanco
The Wacky Bike Ride is back and bigger than ever. The Wacky has grown a lot over the last five years and the original founders of the ride, siblings Susie and Ted Wargin, decided to turn over the Wacky to Project ReCycle this past February. “We are very proud to be handing over the reins […]
Cycling season is now in full spin. And for those of you who have been watching The Tour de France, you may be inspired to challenge yourself and test your abilities on the bike. Colorado’s classic alpine race is coming up soon. This 78-mile loop takes place on Saturday, August 6th. Cyclists will begin and […]
Joe Bishop has only been cycling for a little over a year now. After attending last year’s Bike Give-Away, he was inspired to start riding with AJ and Team Project ReCycle last summer. “I’m a goal oriented person, and entering Ride the Rockies for the first time with Team PR was a challenging goal for […]
Tim Page still remembers riding his bike as a child and the fun times it brought him. But only recently as an adult, has he gotten back on a bike. Just a couple of weeks ago, he bought his first “adult” bike and he took it out for a 10- mile spin and really enjoyed […]
Cycling season is in full speed. One of the most challenging and rewarding rides is upon us again. Ride the Rockies is a 6-day tour through the stately mountains of Colorado beginning June 12th. The ride promises stops and tours through some of our favorite mountain towns. This year’s ride starts in the enchanting town […]
Colorado Cycling season is kicking off with the Elephant Rock Ride on Sunday, June 5th. This scenic ride takes place in the quaint town of Castle Rock. Rather you’re an avid cyclist or just getting started, there is a ride for you. And if the whole family wants to come out and ride and spend […]
On the morning of May 7th, hundreds of kids and their parents showed up with huge smiles on their faces. It was time for Project ReCycle’s annual Dream-Bike Giveaway at Goddard Middle School. Each student earned their own bike based on teacher recommendation for attendance, behavior, and grade improvement. Out of 195 students, 175 earned […]
Primal Wear, an upbeat, cycling apparel store in Cherry Creek, has been creating Project ReCycle’s jerseys for five years now. The team that makes up this great company has been collaborating with AJ Stapleton, Executive Director of Project ReCycle, over these past years designing colorful, artistic jerseys for the non-profit. Tyler Reeves, a Project Manager […]
Kyle Haas is the designer behind the fresh new look and website for Project ReCycle. He has also taken on a new venture with his web-design service called onestopsiteshop.com. Kyle provides affordable and highly safe websites. Along with working his full-time job, he launched this new business about 7 weeks ago. Kyle started designing his […]
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