Bicycle Colorado thanks the Denver Century Ride for their generous support. As a proud Champion Event Member, they contribute to the work we do every day. Please read the article from them below to get YOUR discount and learn more about the routes!
In 2018 they’re offering four routes: 100, 85, 50 and 25 miles. The founders of the Coldwell Banker Denver Century Ride believe bicycling is not just a sport but a way of life, which is why they design routes that explore the many diverse neighborhood streets of the metro area and support bicycle advocacy groups like us.
Click on the map below to see the routes, and learn more about each below.
100-Mile Route Details
The 100-mile route features a tour of some of Denver’s most iconic places. This route provides both distance and a climb. Cruise past Coors Field and Union Station before the steep climb to the summit of Lookout Mountain. The ride’s organizers also planned a stop in Red Rocks Park and closed the Cherry Creek Dam road just for riders. Ride around old elegant Denver, up and down the foothills and along city streets and bike paths that connect this city.
85-Mile Route Details
This 85-Mile route provides all the distance without the steep climb. Tour the iconic sights and discover some of the commuter bike routes that connect the Denver Metro Area. Roll past Coors Field on a closed street and cross the Cherry Creek Dam Road, which is also closed just for Denver Century Ride bicyclists. Plus, cruise around old elegant Denver along city streets and bike paths.
50-Mile Route Details
The 50-Mile route is designed to help bicyclists discover the myriad of roads to ride within the Denver metro area. It highlights some of Denver’s bicycle commuter routes and casual riding areas through city parks, historic neighborhoods, and across the Cherry Creek Dam Road, closed for our cyclists’ use only.
25-Mile Route Details
The 25-Mile route is made for all cyclists! This urban ride provides a tour of old elegant Denver following bicycle commuter streets and paths. It showcases the city’s historic neighborhoods and natural gems. Almost anyone can do this ride, and it can be done on a road, hybrid or mountain bike.