Triple Bypass Bicycle Ride
Registration is open for the 2018 Triple Bypass at www.triplebypass.org.
120 MILES, 10,000′ OF CLIMBING
AN EPIC COLORADO CYCLING EXPERIENCE
The Triple Bypass Bicycle Ride is recognized as one of the premier cycling events in the nation. Celebrating its 30th year, the Triple Bypass takes you on a gorgeous tour through the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
The ride travels over 3 mountain passes, 120 miles from Evergreen to Avon over Juniper Pass (11,140 ft.), Loveland Pass (11,990 ft.), and Vail Pass (10,560 ft.), with over 10,000 ft. of challenging elevation gain! We have closed roads, unbelievable aid stations and wonderful volunteers to usher you to the finish. And proceeds benefit local non-profits, including Bicycle Colorado. Your entry includes a jersey, pre-party expo, all aid food and lunch, a catered dinner with free beer and bragging rights of completing a national cycling bucket list event. Mark your calendars – the Triple Bypass sells out quickly.
WHAT YOU GET
The Triple Bypass is presented by Team Evergreen Cycling, largest and most charitable bike club in the state of Colorado. Through the proceeds of the Triple Bypass, TE has been able to donate over $2.2 million to local non-profits that support our event. We give back to the groups that support us including Bicycle Colorado, Colorado Mountain Bike Association, Special Olympics, the Boy Scouts and dozens more.
COURSES: YOU HAVE OPTIONS.
Join us for the classic Triple Bypass – all 120 miles from Evergreen to Avon or the Double Bypass and meet us in Georgetown and ride a challenging 75 miles to the finish in Avon. Looking to do a toe dip? Try the Single Bypass and cruise in for a ride with friends and family over 35 miles. No matter which course you choose, everyone is a winner
The Classic ride is 120 miles from Evergreen (Bergen Park) to Avon over Juniper Pass (11,140 ft.), Loveland Pass (11,990 ft.), Swan Mountain and Vail Pass (10,560 ft.), with over 10,000 ft. of challenging elevation gain. The roads on all the passes have limited vehicular access, so your ascent is relaxed and descent is thrilling, safe and fun.