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
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 riding RAGRAI, the annual bike ride across Iowa that attracts about 20,000 people on a weekRead More
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 beside them, the Triple Bypass is an epic bucket-list ride that has donated millions to charitableRead More
For the 30th consecutive year, Team Evergreen (TE) successfully presented the premier cycling events in the country, the Triple Bypass. In 2018, 45 local non-profits will receive $170,000 from the proceeds of the event. Read more
I was a Triple Bypass virgin and was thrilled when I was offered the chance to ride it. Like a lot of things in my world, I commit with gusto but the closer I get to the said commitment I start to second guess my decision. 120 miles and three mountain passes is a hell of a long ride. Just thinking about Squaw Pass and its stupid false flats makes my legs ache and lungs burn.
Evergreen Beautiful event photos from Reid Neureiter here 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 years later and thousands of more friends beside them, the Triple Bypass is an epic bucket-listRead More