Cyclists, drivers entering Colorado National Monument from the east have uphill battle

As traffic approaches from behind, Kirk Golba of Grand Junction pedals along Rim Rock Drive up the steep incline from the east entrance of Colorado National Monument.



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As traffic approaches from behind, Kirk Golba of Grand Junction pedals along Rim Rock Drive up the steep incline from the east entrance of Colorado National Monument.

Who would believe that a four-mile stretch of road could create such a stir? It’s hardly news that cyclists and motorists often spar over sharing the road anywhere. But the brief, hilly…




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