• Triple Bypass Weekend a Time to Remember Our Why

    Submitted by Bill Plock on July 11th, 2020

    Riding for Jeff this weekend would’ve marked the 32nd annual Triple Bypass ride. Thousands of riders would have bravely ridden over 3 gorgeous mountain passes –Juniper, Loveland and Vail for a total of 120 miles and over 10,000’ of climbing. This epic ride started with a group of avid cyclists and friends. One July day in 1988, this group decided it would be fun and challenging to ride from Evergreen to Vail, Colorado. 32 years and thousands of more friends later, the Triple Bypass is an iconic ride for cyclists in Colorado, the US and beyond. For some, it’s a “one and done”. For others, it’s an annual tradition. For one group of friends, 2020 was going to a very special reunion. A pilgrimage in memory of a dear friend (Jeff Gockley) that introduced them to the Triple years ago. In light of COVID, this pilgrimage for Jeff will have to wait. Though the Triple is cancelled this year, you can’t cancel the community and people behind it.  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

        • Triple Bypass, Mt. Evans Hill Climb Now Qualifiers for Gran Fondo National Series in 2020

          Submitted by Bill Plock on February 3rd, 2020

          Two legendary Colorado-based cycling events (The Triple Bypass Ride and the Bob Cook Memorial / Mt. Evans Hill Climb) will have “partner status” with the Gran Fondo National Series for the 2020 season. Both events will now offer the opportunity to earn Gran Fondo National Series Points and qualify for the USA Cycling Gran Fondo National Championship event.  Read more

          • The Roaring 20’s; Cycling in the New Decade

            Submitted by Bill Plock on January 6th, 2020

            What will 2020 bring to the cycling, triathlon and endurance community here in Colorado? What will you be doing different, or more of, or less of? Will you be getting a new bike, a new coach, picking out some new races or events?  Read more

            • Finishing the Grueling Bike Race My Dad Created

              Submitted by 303cycling on December 11th, 2019

              My father founded the notorious 120-mile Triple Bypass bike ride in Colorado. After a few failed attempts, I set out to finally complete it. Read more

              • TEAM EVERGREEN, $300,000 Stretch to Local Communities–Even Buying Stretchers…

                Submitted by Bill Plock on October 28th, 2019

                We expanded our grant considerations to further our reach. We believe in supporting the advocacy organizations that continue to make a big impact in our state Read more

                • Triple Bypass, it’s About the Journey

                  Submitted by Bill Plock on July 15th, 2019

                  It’s about all the people you meet riding, the history that is passed by and the many miles high in altitude testing our fortitude and sense of wanting to accomplish something. It doesn’t matter how fast, slow or somewhere in between— as long as you finish and have fun!  Read more

                  • Triple Bypass, It’s Place in History, The Old Victory Highway and “Epicness”

                    Submitted by Bill Plock on July 12th, 2019

                    By Bill Plock In 2010 in the middle of Iowa, near the old Lincoln Highway (there is a significance to the Lincoln highway related to the Triple) it really struck me how iconic the Triple Bypass is. I was ridingRead More

                    • Triple Bypass

                      Submitted by 303cycling on February 21st, 2019

                      Evergreen   One July day in 1988, a group of avid cyclists decided that it would be fun and challenging to ride from Evergreen to Vail, Colorado. And so it was. Thirty-one years later and thousands of more friends besideRead More