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Ride4Success

Register today for Ride4Success 2020! 

Cyclists can choose from our 10, 25, 50, and Metric Century route options, that will take you along portions of the Poudre Trail, Island Grove Park, the Poudre Learning Center, and surrounding open land. Success Stations are located along each route with bathrooms, refreshments, and rider support.

After your ride, experience the revelry of Greeley’s OktoBREWfest, a family-oriented celebration featuring great music, delicious food, and local award-winning brews including Weldwerks, Wiley Roots Brewing, and Oskar Blues. Enjoy fun adult activities such as life-size beer pong, and don’t forget to visit the kids corner for facepainting, and games for your little ones!

All rides start and finish at Lincoln Park in downtown Greeley, CO. Don’t miss the opportunity to ‘bike a different ride!’

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The Route

Using MapMyRide? Find your route below!

10 Mile
25 Mile
50 Mile
Metric Century

Limited Edition Jersey

We only print a set amount of jerseys each year to commemorate the ride.  Order yours today when registering for Ride4Success. First come, first serve…don’t miss out!

Our Mission & Vision

The Success Foundation exists to build partnerships, engage the community, and bring resources together to support the education of our children in Greeley-Evans School District 6. The Success Foundation embraces innovation and strives to create exceptional learning environments and supports projects that build 21st century skills for our students. We are helping Greeley-Evans School District Students achieve! Greeley-Evans School District 6 serves more than 21,000 students in the communities of Greeley and Evans, Colorado. Participate in the Ride4Success and support the mission.

See you on September 19th!

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Event Details

When:

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Time:

07:00am - 04:00pm

Location

Lincoln Park 800 10th Ave Greeley, CO 80631
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