I Love Boulder!

Via Ryan van Duzer
on Jan 21, 2012
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I’m a born and raised Boulder boy and I have love for this city like none other…well actually I think everyone loves it here but maybe not enough to scream it out from the top of their roof.

This is a video I made for the I Love Boulder video contest. Caution…It’s LOUD!


About Ryan van Duzer

Ryan Van Duzer is a proud Boulder native, loves sleeping under the stars, and is happiest on a bike. He works as a video journalist and TV host, appearing on Discovery Channel's Out Of the Wild and hosting various series for TravelChannel.com. He also works as a bicycle advocate for People for Bikes and loves inspiring people to get out and ride. If you're ever in Boulder, you can probably find Ryan at the nearest burrito joint. To see Ryan's videos from around the world, visit his Youtube Page.


4 Responses to “I Love Boulder!”

  1. Hahahah! Awesome!! Good luck with the contest!

  2. catnipkiss says:

    how fun….. I grew up in and around Boulder in the seventies (if you saw Rocky Horror at the Regency around 1980, you saw me running around in a hat/slip/corset as Janet 🙂 I left for many years and now I am back and can appreciate all it has to offer. The yuppiest yuppie and the hippy-est hippies, indeed! I'm well on my way to be one of the yogi-est yoginis as WELL as one of the sexiest (ahem) mature ladies! Love the video, it made me smile all the way from Buenos Aires (and made me a little homesick too…) – Alexa Maxwell

  3. Ditto, ditto, ditto to the enth degree. You’ve got my vote Ryan. Also love your bio. Just hope that the “beautiful old lady” referred to in the video is your Mom – otherwise I might have to take exception! ;>0

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