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Bill Ritter won't get any more ribbing about his bicycle riding

We bring you three blogs about Denver things. Click on them for proof.

At 5280, Michael de Yoanna describes Bill Ritter's first major bicycle ride since his rib-fracturing accident in March as "no sweat." And no trip to the emergency room, either.

According to Colorado Pols, Senator Michael Bennet has one of the fastest cash-burn rates of any politico in the country. Hope he can make rent next month.

Over at Purple Row, Russ Oates previews the Rockies' matchup against the Washington Nationals. Could the team's first-ever no hitter be followed by a couple more? I guess we shouldn't get greedy...

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