Pro Cycling tour will benefit Estes park

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With the potential to become one of the largest events ever to wheel into town, the premiere bicycle race in the United States, the 2013 USA Pro Cycling Challenge, will be whizzing through Estes Park in August.
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1 - 11 of 11 Comments Last updated Feb 21, 2013

Since: Oct 12

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#1 Feb 19, 2013
When something is done correctly you should absolutely call it out and reenforce the good behaviors.

This is one of them.

This will absolutely benefit the town and bring positive PR and money into the community.

It is something that we ALL can enjoy from the oldest to the youngest.

GOOD JOB on this one!
We had this before

Estes Park, CO

#2 Feb 19, 2013
and it failed, and people hated it, and it went away. So welcome back, because we apparently have a lot of people with Alzheimers in this town. Please give me money. I recognize I just took $20 from you yesterday, but perhaps you've forgotten by now.

MORONS.
RMRider

Fort Collins, CO

#3 Feb 19, 2013
We had this before wrote:
and it failed, and people hated it, and it went away. So welcome back, because we apparently have a lot of people with Alzheimers in this town. Please give me money. I recognize I just took $20 from you yesterday, but perhaps you've forgotten by now.
MORONS.
Uhhh... this is the third year of the USAPC and its never been to Estes Park. youre comparing this to unrelated past events without knowing your facts about its impact. Spare usyour mean spirited ignorance.

You don't like it, its one afternoon. Stay home. We'll carry on without you, somehow.
Gosh thanks

Estes Park, CO

#4 Feb 20, 2013
You are right, of course, the fact that these are still bicycles and the fact that bicycles still travel on roads make this COMPLETELY different than before.

Go pump yourself up and stay home yourself. Or invite me to your home while you are out of town. I'm sure I can leave it as messed up as you will leave Estes Park.

MORONS

Since: Oct 12

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#5 Feb 20, 2013
Yea, I have a feeling it "failed" in the same way the Bluegrass Festival (now in Lyons) "failed".

And good grief learn how to use the buttons! Spam?!? Incendiary?!? SMH!
The Smoke Grass Festival

Estes Park, CO

#6 Feb 20, 2013
Would not be allowed here, toker. Remember, this town has a moratorium on stupidity. Too bad the roided up tricyclers snuck through. When was your last doobage?
The bi-polar troll

United States

#7 Feb 20, 2013
doesn't remember the Coors Classic when it came through. The Classic lost town support and "went away" because it drew in large crowds that didn't find the trashy trinket shops of Estes at that time too alluring, and did not spend enough money. The Elkhorn merchants whined that "their" streets and parking places were blocked. But the crowds and the atmosphere were fantastic!

About the troll's use of buttons - it merely flails away at the keyboard, when not bouncing from one ISP location/login the next, and logic, reason, meanings, and attention to detail aren't its forte.
Mountain Wanderer wrote:
Yea, I have a feeling it "failed" in the same way the Bluegrass Festival (now in Lyons) "failed".
And good grief learn how to use the buttons! Spam?!? Incendiary?!? SMH!
Welcome back dropout

Estes Park, CO

#8 Feb 20, 2013
How is Volcano? Did your welfare check arrive? How is the atmosphere there? Kind of voggy? Actually I remember the Red Zinger quite well, because that was its name, not the "Coors Classic", so no bonus points for you. It was about as much fun as Americade and Porcine Roller Derby. You have nostalgia for something that only you liked, but that is no surprise, as you clearly enjoy cross dressing and hemorrhoids.

Glad to see the library allows you to post on the free internet once a week.

Since: Oct 12

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#9 Feb 21, 2013
The Smoke Grass Festival wrote:
Would not be allowed here, toker. Remember, this town has a moratorium on stupidity. Too bad the roided up tricyclers snuck through. When was your last doobage?
Well, I guess you have to admire your dedication if not your delivery.

But you are basically these times reincarnation of a little spitfire from another failed prohibition in the 1800s.... Carrie Nation.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrie_Nation

Fortunately, like Ms Nation, you will not be able to hold back and suppress the knowledge that you don't like.

We have a tendency to learn and move on.

We learned that the world was not flat and we made it through.

We learned that buoyancy is not the best test to expose witch's and we made it through.

We learned that putting leachs on little kids to stop them from sassing their Grandma was probably not our best practice….and we made it through.

And so it goes with cannibus. We will make it through.

Remember, it was your government and your church that conspired to mislead you with mis-informational propaganda films such as "Reefer Madness" and their ilk because the truth wouldn't cut it.

Cannibus is a "gateway drug" in that when young people try it and find out that their church and government has lied to them about it, then there is no reason to believe they are telling the truth about such things as LSD, Crack, PCP…… the things that WILL in fact reach out and grab them and destroy their lives.

Cannibus has always been the rose thrown on the dung heap.

Cannibus is less addictive than coffee and less harmful than fast food.

Lets stop the madness.

Take off your tie-died colored glass' and join us in the real world. You are eventually going to go by the wayside, taken out by knowledge.

See you at the races!

Peace be with you.
Thank you for the update

Estes Park, CO

#10 Feb 21, 2013
On your life and your accomplishments. If your knowledge it going to take something out, it will have to be something with even less knowledge. That would have to be something infinitely small and infinitely stupid, because even small pebbles have more wisdom than you. Dust created by pebbles thrown at dead people's heads generates more insight than that last bowel movement you produced.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#11 Feb 21, 2013
Thank you for the update wrote:
On your life and your accomplishments. If your knowledge it going to take something out, it will have to be something with even less knowledge. That would have to be something infinitely small and infinitely stupid, because even small pebbles have more wisdom than you. Dust created by pebbles thrown at dead people's heads generates more insight than that last bowel movement you produced.
Well, ya got me.

You are obviously a thinker of deep thoughts.

I have no coherent response to the "Nya, Nya, Nya, I know I am but your a doodoo head" position.

I bow, nay genuflect, to your most potent grey matter.

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