2014 - WholeHearted Bike Tour

Join WholeHearted Health on Saturday, July 26, 2014 for a bike ride to support the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women initiative. The ride will start and finish at Kupfner Field Park located on Sycamore St in Superior, and offers three distance options (35, 55, and 90 miles). The ride will be capped at 50 participants to ensure a comfortable experience for the riders. The registration fee includes: lunch at the end of the ride, aid stations, tour support such as SAG wagons, medical first aid and mechanical support.

2014 - Icon LASIK Tour of the Moon

What: Metric Century (62 miles) or 41 mile loop.
Where: Colorado National Monument and Grand Junction, Colo.
Why you should ride: Route made famous as premier stage of the Coors Classic. Featured in cycling movie American Flyers. Majestic views of Colorado’s Western Slope, with ambling countryside and farm country. Fully supported aid stations and post-ride celebration and expo.
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2014 - Dave Wiens West Elk Bicycle Classic

The Dave Wiens West Elk Bicycle Classic is a 134mi timed tour from Gunnison to Crested Butte CO with 9300' of climbing every Sunday of Labor day weekend. Highlights include the north rim of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison and the monster climb of Kebler pass at 100mi of riding. Kebler, while dirt, is perfectly rideable on a road bicycle. Be prepared. The sun can be very warm if it is sunny at high altitudes. It can rain and bring temperatures down quickly. If it rains very hard it may become slick with magnesium chloride mud. Your bike will get dirty.

2014 - SOS Outreach Colorado-Eagle River Ride

What: 3 routes: 100-mile, 68-mile, and 42-mile
Where: Loops from Beaver Creek Ski resort along the Colorado and Eagle Rivers, including the famous Colorado River Road.

Why you should ride: A premier Vail Valley event along one of Colorado’s most scenic century routes. Full SAG support on a challenging course that would be difficult without it. Proceeds go to SOS Outreach, a youth development non-profit organization and Bicycle Colorado.
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2014 - Pedaling 4 Parkinson’s

What: 55-mile ride through metro-Denver, including Garland Park and South Platte River trail.
Where: Start and finish at Creekside Park in Glendale, Colo.

Why you should ride: A warm-up for serious cyclists and a good challenge for modest riders. Benefits Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s research and Bicycle Colorado. Fun-filled day of riding, lunch and giveaways.

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