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Beti Bike Bash

Sunday, October 2, 2022

   
Be a part of the largest women’s mountain bike event in the world at the 11th Annual Beti Bike Bash! Whether you like to ride, race or just enjoy getting outside with your friends, the Beti Bike Bash brings together the cycling community in a unique and supportive environment. Any person who identifies as female, femme, trans or non-binary is welcome to sign up.

Learn more and register!

Beti Bike Bash


Route options


NEVER EVER
: 8 miles
No race experience necessary, however it’s recommended that you are comfortable on twisty, loose single-track. This route could take :40 minutes to just over an hour.

BEGINNER: 8 miles
For those who have raced a couple times, or who race this event every year and know what racing 8 miles is like. May take finishers :45min to over an hour.

NEW MOM: 8 miles
For those who have a little one at home under the age of 18 months. This is your chance to get on the start line with other sleep-deprived moms, cheered on by your families!

SPORT: 12 miles
For those who have raced a few times, might be on a race team, are confident that 12 miles can be ridden non-stop, and enjoy a good challenge from a shorter mile race. Race times are :50 min to 1:20.

FAT BIKE: 12 miles
You know who you are. Tire size MUST BE > 3.5″. If there are no more than 5 Fat Bike racers, results will be combined with the Sport race results.

PRO/EXPERT/SINGLE SPEED: 16 miles
For seasoned racers and veterans—those who have raced for a couple years or even decades. Single Speed racers are strong womxn who like to race with ONE GEAR!

JUNIORS (14 & under): 1 – 3 miles
For kids, 14 and under, who are new to racing. Have them give it a go at 2, 3, or 4 laps of this 0.8 mile course. If your child can handle the full course 3 mile lap multiple times, they may be ready for another category—yipee!


Mission: More Womxn on Bikes

   
Mountain bike racing is traditionally very male dominated. One of the missions of the Beti Bike Bash is to CHANGE that by providing a welcoming, encouraging and challenging environment to open the door of possibility and get more women, trans, femme and non-binary people on bikes and participating in events all over the country.

VIDA MTB Series focuses on making better riders through increased confidence and an improved understanding of the relationship between riders and their bikes.

Little Bellas is a mountain bike organization whose goal is to help young women realize their potential through cycling. They aim to create a community that will empower girls through the sport, emphasize the importance of goal-setting, promote a healthy life style and recognize the positive effects of strong female bonds.

The Beti Bike Bash is presented by Team Evergreen Cycling, the largest and most charitable bike club in the state of Colorado. Including proceeds from the Beti Bike Bash, Team Evergreen has donated $3 million to local nonprofits, including Bicycle Colorado, Colorado Mountain Bike Association, Special Olympics, the Boy Scouts and dozens more.

Learn more and register!

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Event Details

When:

Sunday, October 02, 2022

Time:

08:00am - 03:00pm

Location

15600 W Morrison Rd Lakewood, CO 80228
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