Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day are fun and easy, and they help get people outside and on bikes. There’s no cost to you or your participants (unless
Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day are fun and easy, and they help get people outside and on bikes. There’s no cost to you or your participants (unless you want to charge a fee to participants to cover your costs). The initiatives help create community connections, promote destinations, and can boost local economies. You can participate in Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day through your own programming or you can partner with other groups.
There are two ways to be part of Bike Travel Weekend & Bike Your Park Day:
1. Plan and register a Bike Travel Weekend trip at BikeTravelWeekend.org and/or register a Bike Your Park Day ride at BikeYourParkDay.org. Registration, planning resources, and inspiration are available for free. Plus, registrants will receive stickers for their group and will be entered to win a bike and Amtrak tickets to Glacier National Park.
2. Promote Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day to your customers, visitors, and friends. Visit the “Promote” pages at BikeTravelWeekend.org and BikeYourParkDay.org for sharing resources and a downloadable Toolkit with resources to help you plan your rides or just encourage others to participate.
Adventure Cycling also has Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day sponsorship opportunities to help you promote your brand or destination. Please contact me at [email protected] or (406) 532-2743 if you are interested in sponsorship or if you have any questions about Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day. I would be happy to walk you through the planning and promotional resources and registration process. I can also send additional stickers and postcards for your audiences.
I hope to “see” you out on the roads and trails on June 5 – 7 for Bike Travel Weekend and September 29 for Bike Your Park Day. Enjoy your ride! Bike Travel Weekend, inspires thousands of people throughout the world to go on a one- or two-night bike trip to a campground, hotel or B&B on the same weekend. Registration, planning and promotional resources are free at BikeTravelWeekend.org.
september 25 (Friday) - 27 (Sunday)
This relatively gentle 200k will take riders from the glitzy ski town of Vail, along the I-70 corridor and the river front bike path, into Glenwood Springs. With only 4,700'
This relatively gentle 200k will take riders from the glitzy ski town of Vail, along the I-70 corridor and the river front bike path, into Glenwood Springs. With only 4,700′ of climbing the whole day, this is an approachable 200k that is ideal for the novice coming off a summer of riding centuries and the like, who wants to step their riding up to the next level. And it’ll be a fun day for the seasoned rando amongst friends in a relaxed atmosphere.
Map, cue sheet, start venue, and other details at Colorado Brevet Series (http://www.rmccrides.com/brevets.htm) – click on the schedule link.
Due to insurance requirements, you must be an RMCC member to participate in this ride. You can sign up (or renew) online (https://www.rockymountaincyclingclub.com/rmcc-membership-application-form) or at the ride. If you want to receive RUSA credit for this ride, you must be a current Randonneurs USA member (visit http://www.rusa.org for more information).
You must also follow the randonneuring Rules for Riders (https://rusa.org/pages/rulesForRiders), including taking a control card and having it validated at the checkpoints.
Sign in starts at 7:00 am with departure PROMPTLY at 8:00 am.
(Saturday) 7:00 am - 9:30 pm
Vail Safeway - Frontage Rd
2131 N Frontage Rd W