A unique and rewarding experience! Former pro cyclist’s Jeff Winkler and Amy Charity will be setting the course pace and riders will be awarded trophy’s based on your finishing time compared to our pacesetters time. Click here to meet the pros.
Colorado Park 2 Park Challenge
One of Colorado’s newest and most challenging events. The Colorado Park 2 Park Challenge is a single-day Gran Fondo from Denver’s City Park to Winter Park Resort, climbing three of Colorado’s toughest mountains with over 11,000 vertical feet of climbing. A group rolling start begins the day as you head towards Golden riding through downtown Denver and then tackling Lookout Mountain, Squaw Pass and Berthoud Pass.
Fully supported and personalized with a limited field of riders. The event wraps up in Winter Park Resort with an achievement celebration.
Be the first one to Winter Park Resort to win an awesome prize! Start training since competition last year was fierce. If you don’t plan to race the event, no worries, we’ll have some great items to give away at our awards celebration.
In addition to being a dedicated member of Bicycle Colorado, the P2P is now additionally benefiting Mile High United Way. You have taken the challenge to ride from City Park to Winter Park, now take the challenge to raise money for Mile High United Way or your favorite charity. You are not required to raise funds to participate in this ride, but we encourage it.
Saturday, July 25, 2020
06:00am - 04:00pm
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