Weekend Preview: What Are You Doing?

Cycling Events

Friday August 19th

 

Ride with Velonews in Boulder   

Boulder

The itinerary takes in the best climbs in Boulder, including hidden roads and loops known only to locals and an optional day to the top of the 14,000-foot Mount Evans, the highest paved road in North America. Each ride is led by professional riders and VeloNews staffers.


Saturday August 20th

Ride with Velonews in Boulder   

Boulder

 


Enduro X Series   

Steamboat Springs Bike Park

 

The Enduro-X Races are designed to challenge rider skills and endurance.  The course selections offered at the Enduro-X races are some of the longest Enduro courses in the world, featuring descents over 2000 vertical feet per Stage.  The Enduro race format is made of several courses, called Stages. Riders are timed descending each Stage.

 


FRCC Outreach Breakfast and Ride  

Denver

 

Starting at the Sun Valley Youth Center, an organization committed to giving Denver’s poorest neighborhood a hope for the future, the Front Rangers will lead a ride to Confluence Park for a picnic lunch and some water time before returning back to the Youth Center where the youth will be presented with Back to School back packs filled with supplies.

 


Colorado Cycling Union Weekly Ride  

Lafayette

 


REI Single Track Swahray  

Castle Rock

 

REI is throwing a free event featuring live music by Euforequestra, Brent Cowles, and DJ BeatServer, local beer (first beer FREE to members), bike demos from Ghost and Cannondale, bike vendors, giveaways, games, and more fun than a lifetime supply of chamois butter. And guess what, COMBA will be the beneficiary.

 


Cenna’s Custom Cycles Weekly Ride  

Prospect

 


Sunday August 21st

 

Ride with Velonews in Boulder   

Boulder

 


Enduro X Series   

Steamboat Springs Bike Park

 



Triathlon Events

Saturday August 20th

 

2016 Rio Olympics Women’s Triathlon Finals

 


Cenna’s Custom Cycles Weekly Ride  

Prospect

 


Sunday August 21st

 

Steamboat Triathlon Including Olympic & Sprint Triathlons and Aquabike 

Lake Catamount, Steamboat Springs

 

The Steamboat Triathlon features a sprint distance, olympic distance, and aquabike. The swim starts off in the picturesque Lake Catamount. Triathletes will then quickly transition to the bike course with amazing views of the Yampa Valley and River! The olympic distance course will take athletes out to the historic Howelsen, while the sprint distance will feature a brand new single loop course.

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