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Ridge at 38 Criterium and Brewfest

Join us for the Criterium and Brewfest on Ridge at 38. This exciting and fun event has something for the entire family to enjoy. This year’s bike race will once again act as the state championships, and the Brewfest will include local breweries showing off their best summer beers. In addition to racing and beer, this free, family-friendly day features a kids’ zone, food trucks, a beer garden, an outdoors expo and a community fun ride! Learn more at Ridgeat38.com/Criterium/

Schedule of Events

Pro & Amateur Racing | 9am – 5:30pm

Kids’ Zone | 11am – 5pm

Brewfest | 12 – 6pm

Outdoors Expo | 12 – 6pm

Course

Fast, 6-corner, 1.15 mile course in the in the heart of downtown Wheat Ridge on 38th Avenue.

Course map for the Ridge at 38 Criterium

 

What is Ridge at 38?

Home to an eclectic mix of businesses that serve the community and welcome visitors, we offer a taste of small town without the drive. Our district provides people with an authentic experience steeped in nostalgia; where tradition, locally owned and handcrafted goods are valued and where new ideas are nourished and cultivated.

youth and adult male racers at the ridge at 38 criterium

it's a party at the Ridge at 38 at Wheat Ridge Cyclery!

A child is having a blast at Ridge at 38 Crit at WRC

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Event Details

When:

Sunday, June 06, 2021

Time:

09:00am - 06:00pm

Location

Ridge at 38, 7101 W 38th Avenue Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
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