• Local Junior Riders Raise over 6K for Native Americans Fighting Covid

    Submitted by Bill Plock on October 3rd, 2020

    A few weeks ago the Junior Racer X Cycling/ Colorado Bike Law teammates rode for more than fun. They found a cause.  They learned of the struggles of the Navajo Nation and White Mountain Apache Tribe with the corona virus,Read More

    • Triple Bypass Canceled for 2020, Official Statement and News on Future

      Submitted by Bill Plock on May 19th, 2020

      igh… We tried. We really did.
      We’ve lost a lot of sleep deciding the best way forward for the 2020 Triple Bypass. Though Team Evergreen would love to host you on our epic ride through the Colorado Rockies, after careful consideration of how COVID restrictions will look in September, we decided we couldn’t give you the exceptional experience that we are known for. And we need you to be safe.

      So with that, we are officially canceling the 2020 Triple Bypass. We don’t want you to have to ride wearing a mask, eliminate the finish party fun or prevent you from giving congratulatory high-fives to your fellow participants. COVID-19 has taken the air out of the balloon for large events in 2020. It’s a fact we can’t ignore.  Read more

      • Triple Bypass Moved to Sept. 26th, Double Triple Cancelled.

        Submitted by Bill Plock on May 7th, 2020

        From Event Organizers We’ve been working closely with state and city officials on where things stand with COVID-19 and our event. While we had hoped that July 11-12th would go on as planned, the Town of Avon has officially pulledRead More

        • Team Evergreen’s New Gravel Ride, Fruita to Utah Border and Other Options, Oct 10th.

          Submitted by Bill Plock on May 1st, 2020

          Team Evergreen Cycling and Desert Gravel are teaming up to present the inaugural Co2uT gravel race, scheduled for October 10th, 2020. This unique “Desert Gravel” event starts and ends in Fruita, CO, and travels around and across the Colorado-Utah borderlands.Taking advantage of all the vast and stunning Grand Valley, the Co2uT gravel race offers five different course options, named after the dinosaurs that once roamed the area. Courses range from the 30-mile “Fruitaden” up to the 185-mile ‘Allosaurus’ / a.k.a. “The BIG Monster”. “The dinosaurs ranged in size and ferocity — just like our courses,” said Morgan Murri, Race Director and founder of Desert Gravel. “We wanted to offer a distance and route for everyone with affordable race fees to match. No matter which route you choose, you pay $1 per mile.”  Read more