2014 - Bicycle Tour of Colorado

The Bicycle Tour of Colorado is an annual 7 day fully supported bicycle tour in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. We provide camping areas, baggage transportation, route maps, road markings, snack and water stations every 15-30 miles, bicycle repair services, and medical support along the route.

The cost is $400 per rider for January and will increase an additional $5 per month.

2014 - Pedaling for a Purpose

We are having a really cool bike ride event on March 29th! It is only $20 and all proceeds go to the Whole Planet Foundation. The WPF is a non-profit created by Whole Foods that supports women in poverty. Basically, we give microcredits to women in over 55 different countries (including the US). This helps them start their businesses and create more equality in the household. Since we started the non-profit, we cover all admin costs. Not only do we know where every cent goes, but every single penny that gets donated...goes straight to the women.

2014 - Moonlight Classic

Celebrate 22 years of a Colorado Summer classic!

The InnovAge Moonlight Classic is a night-time cycling fundraiser that starts at the State Capitol and goes through historic Denver neighborhoods on a closed course.

InnovAge is a nonprofit organization offering a broad range of services for aging adults in need of care and support to remain as independent as possible in their homes and communities.

2014 - Mustang Ride

It’s on. After numerous hours of winter planning amongst like minded rider-friends, the Mustang Ride is born. Some of our ideas made sense (live music, catered food, epic route; don’t dumb it down) and some of them did not (start in Kansas; make it impossible; add a river crossing). The Mustang Ride will be epic, BUT it will be fun, AND it will be ridden with others who share a desire to go hard, be challenged, and have fun – all while secretly trying to crush each other.

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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.


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