The Art of VIP bike parking awaits you this weekend at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival
You know about the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. This weekend’s event is a world-class and award-winning celebration of the visual, culinary and performing arts, and over 350,000 visitors are expected during the 3-day event. The CCAF gives patrons the FREE, rare and exciting opportunity to meet and talk with international visual artists, sample fine cuisine, and enjoy live musical performances and artist demonstrations. Admission is FREE. So is parking your bike in our supervised bike corrals (donations appreciated) - right by the east and west entrances to the event.
Here’s the arrary of parking choices at the Arts Festival. Which one looks most convenient for you?:
BIKE: Go green and healthy — ride your bike to the Cherry Creek Arts Festival! Valet parking for bikes is available at two “corrals”: 3rd Ave & Steele St, and 2nd Ave near Columbine. A suggested $2 donation for bicycle valet parking contributes to Bike Denver’s 501(c)(3) non-profit mission.
DENVER B-CYCLE: Four locations serve you in Cherry Creek! Learn more at: http://denver.bcycle.com. Denver B-cycle is the first large-scale municipal bike sharing system in the United States.
Having worked in the Louisville area a year ago I know the gem the Coal Creek Trail system has. This trail allows you to ride from from Lafayette to Hwy 93/Dowdy Draw on trail and now they are going to extend it into Erie. Fantastic place to ride in the winter months... trail is mostly empty. David and I did this more times than I can count last year.
Earlier this spring I had heard about a cool cycling event in Utah. I didnt know alot about the event until recently when promoter Burke Swindlehurst sent us and email. We asked him a few questions about the event.
[303Cycling] Can you tell our readers a little about yourself? [Burke] I raced professionally on the road both domestically and internationally for 13 years with teams such as Saturn, Navigators, Toyota/United and Bissell as well as racing professionally on the Mt. Bike for Moots and Monavie/Cannondale. After retiring from professional racing last year, I took a position as a Director Sportif for Team Bissell. I have also worked with the Tour of Utah for going on 7 years as a course designer and team liaison.
[303Cycling] Can you tell us a little about the event you are putting on (i.e. distance, how did you get the idea, etc)?