Organized Events Tour
The Triple Bypass travels over gorgeous mountain passes (we limit vehicular access on many roads for your safety and comfort) and on bike paths. You will ride with thousands of
The Triple Bypass travels over gorgeous mountain passes (we limit vehicular access on many roads for your safety and comfort) and on bike paths. You will ride with thousands of your friends, snack yourself silly with 5 aid stations and finish it all off with a catered feast and expo.
THE TRIPLE BYPASS
SATURDAY – 110 MILES
EVERGREEN TO VAIL
The classic Triple is a bucket-list event across the nation, and for good reason. Leaving from Evergreen, CO, we travel over Juniper, Loveland and Vail pass. Pure gorgeous.
THE DOUBLE BYPASS
SATURDAY – 64 MILES
GEORGETOWN TO VAIL
Leaving from Georgetown, you’ll head over Loveland and Vail Passes for a challenging 65 mile ride into Vail. Not quite ready for the full Triple? This one is for you. It’s still not easy, but worth every mile.
SATURDAY – 110 MILES
EVERGREEN TO VAIL
Take the Triple Bypass and add timing on uphill sections of each pass. This is not a race but a lil’ challenge for those that want to see how quick they are on the climbs. Awards will be given for KOM and QOM of each pass as well as the overall cumulative time.
(Saturday) 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Team Evergreen[email protected]
Pedal The Plains (PTP) is a bicycle tour of Colorado, a signature event of The Denver Post Community Foundation and an initiative of The Denver Post and the State of
Pedal The Plains (PTP) is a bicycle tour of Colorado, a signature event of The Denver Post Community Foundation and an initiative of The Denver Post and the State of Colorado. This Tour strives to strengthen community ties by fostering individual connections and fueling economic development by bringing tourism to the eastern plains, and giving locals the opportunity to educate others on their town and businesses. This one-of-a-kind annual bike tour of Colorado began in 2012 and celebrates the agricultural roots and frontier heritage of Colorado’s Eastern Plains. Described by the Governor as “a ride for the rest of us”, Pedal The Plains seeks to engage riders of all abilities, from seasoned cyclists to first-time riders, in an educational and recreational experience.
The heart and spirit of Colorado lies just as much in the eastern plains as it does the Rocky Mountains. Pedal the Plains brings riders on a bike tour of Colorado that highlights these three communities that still embody that raw pioneer spirit and a dedication to the land. The event will incorporate interactive on-route experiences by staging rest stops on farms, posting educational points of interest and includes locally sourced food for a farm to table experience. Each evening in the host towns, participants will experience the hospitality and charm of a new community and trade in their Lycra for Levis while they enjoy local entertainment, food, and fun in a form that highlights the uniqueness of each town.
PTP is a 3 day bicycle tour of Colorado (Friday through Sunday) that averages 50 to 80 miles per day. The event includes two Century options for seasoned riders. The route is unique every year, highlighting different communities. This event is the end of the cycling season bash and garners the attention of many.
10 (Friday) 12:00 pm - 12 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
Colorado Eastern Plains
101 W Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80202
Denver Post Community Foundation[email protected] 5990 Washington St Denver CO 80216
Come ride with us and enjoy:+ Great camaraderie+ Great food stops+ Great support from over 130 volunteers, all working to ensure you have a
Come ride with us and enjoy:
+ Great camaraderie
+ Great food stops
+ Great support from over 130 volunteers, all working to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable ride
+ Great scenery
+ Great challenges for all abilities
Bicycle New Mexico
25, 50 or 100-mile options. Miles of history pass under your wheels as you bicycle down the ancient Turquoise Trail, onwards through the Galisteo Basin to the old village of Galisteo, and back into scenic Santa Fe.
The Santa Fe Century is the first major cycling event in the spring in the Southwest. The weather in May is moderate and provides an opportunity to shed the winter gear for some wonderful springtime riding in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The mission of the Santa Fe Century is to get people interested in cycling and to have fun doing it! Our ride is primarily volunteer led and organized. We welcome riders of all ages and abilities.
(Sunday) 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
209 Ten Mile Circle, Copper Mountain, Colorado 80443