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Bike the Night

Saturday, July 16th, 2022:

A fun family ride that starts in downtown Woodland Park at Memorial Park 

Kid Race

•  Kids ride FREE for medals! Prizes for best costume & bike decoration.
•  At 5:15 – Bike Safety talk
•  At 5:30 – Kids race by age group around Memorial Park

Glow Stick Nighttime Fun Ride

•  Adults and families can choose from a 1, 8, or 12-mile route that ends at Bier Werks.
•  Decorate your bike with glow sticks for the nighttime ride through town.
•  At 7pm – ride start time

IMPORTANT: Everyone must be registered, with a signed release & waiver form, and must wear a helmet, and most importantly have street legal lights. Anyone without street legal lights or a helmet will NOT be allowed to participate. Anyone < 18 y.o. must be accompanied by an adult for the night time glow stick ride.


Kids Race:

Glow Stick Night Fun Ride:
Kids < 13 y.o. – $20
MTCC Members >13 y.o. – $40
MTCC Family Memberships – $55 per family
Non-Members >13 y.o. – $45

1 mile route map
map of the 1 mile loop route starting and ending at 117 Center Avenue and estimated to take about 6 minutes

8 mile route map
map of the 7.5 mile loop route from 250-170 North Center Street, estimated to be a 51 minute ride

12 mile route map
map of the 11.4 mile loop route starting at 250-170 North Center Street, estimated to take about an hour and 21 minutes

Event Details


Saturday, July 16, 2022


05:00pm - 10:00pm


Memorial Park Woodland Park, CO
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