Single Day Colorado Bike Tour

ACT Open House & Volunteer Recruitment Fair

We would like to invite you to our open house and volunteer recruitment fair on January 18th from 6-8 pm at our offices in Arvada. We’ll have some food and drinks as well as some information on how to become involved in our organization. We are looking for board members, committee members as well as various types of volunteers. Come check out our new offices and see what we’re all about!


2011 Boco Loco Bike Bash

Boulder Center for Sports Medicine is involved in an event that is sure to become a Boulder tradition for the whole family! May 15, 2011, marks the first annual BoCo Loco Bike Bash benefiting the Justin Parker Neurological Institute and the Boulder Community Hospital Foundation. This event and it's amazing course is sure to quickly become a Boulder County Classic! Six Boulder Valley High Schools will each be sponsoring one of the aid stations along the course. Visit for the ride website and more information.

BoCo Loco Mission
The mission of the BoCo Loco Bike Bash is to raise funds that will support clinical research for patients with neurological disorders, as well as to benefit high school athletes unable to pay for sports medicine care. All proceeds of the BoCo Loco Bike Bash will go to the Justin Parker Neurological Institute and the Boulder Community Hospital Foundation to carry out this mission.

Date & Times
Sunday, May 15, 2011
5:30 am - Gates Open
6:30-8 am - Open Ride Start Time
11 am - 30 & 50 Mile Courses Close
11 am-3 pm - Expo Party, Music, Fun, Prizes!
1 pm - 75 and 100 Mile Courses Close

Start and finish at Gerald Stazio Softball Fields, 2445 Stazio Drive, Boulder, CO 80304. Parking is available throughout the area and volunteers will be on hand to direct traffic.


2011 Boulder Nites Classic

The Exempla Good Samaritan Boulder Nites Classic is a Family Fun Bike Ride around the streets of Boulder — at night! The ride will start and finish in the center of Boulder at 29th Street Mall and is nine miles from start to finish. Before and after the race you can enjoy food, drink, music, massage and plenty of other treats from local Boulder sponsors and vendors.

Proceeds benefit important organizations such as the PLAY Boulder Foundation, the City of Boulder Youth Services Initiative and the EXPAND Program.



Come join us for a great way to celebrate the start of fall, by joining this bicycle tour of Colorado’s Wine Country. The 25-mile ride through the vineyards of the Western Slope (on paved roads with a few hills) gives cyclists an opportunity to pass by the area’s wineries, as well as acres of fruit orchards. The event is located in the Grand Valley and is held prior to the Colorado Mountain Winefest “Festival in the Park” with over 50 of the state’s winery’s available for your tasting. Congratulations to our Women riders who make up over 60% of our participants!!!


2011 8th Annual Aspen Snowmass Ride for the Cure

The Aspen/Snowmass Ride for the Cure® is a fundraising event first, and a bike ride second. Registration includes a committment by each Rider to raise at least $500. We provide easy online fundraising tools, including your own personal donation page. Check our Fund-raising Tips for some handy tips. The earlier you start fund-raising the easier it is.

The money raised supports the Aspen Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® and its promise to save lives and end breast cancer forever. Join the Ride and help provide hundreds of women, who might not otherwise be able to afford it, the opportunity for annual breast exams, low-cost or no-cost mammograms and diagnostic ultrasound screenings, as well as educational materials on the benefits of early detection.

Route begins at Snowmass Village, Colorado, through Aspen, Woody Creek and Old Snowmass.
In 2009, over 400 riders participated in the only century ride dedicated exclusively to fighting breast cancer. Riders are encouraged to choose their challenge and ride as far as possible whether it’s 100 miles or one mile.
Routes available: 100, 50, 30 and 10 miles —map


2011 Copper Triangle

The famous Copper Triangle has long been considered one of Colorado’s classic alpine road rides. Graced with breathtaking scenery, gorgeous roads and three challenging climbs, the Copper Triangle exemplifies cycling in the Colorado Rockies. The 6th anniversary of the Colorado Cyclist Copper Triangle Alpine Classic will take place on Saturday August 6th, 2011 as an impeccably supported ride.


2011 Denver Century Ride

The second annual Coldwell Banker Denver Century Ride has now expanded to two-days and is scheduled for June 11 and 12, 2011 at INVESCO Field at Mile High and has partnered with the Rocky Mountain Bicycle Festival. The Denver Century Ride continues to be the only cycling event to start and stop from a single metro area location and offers three scenic courses ranging from 5 to 100 miles, novice to expert. The Community Ride, planned for 10a on Saturday, June 11th, offers a flexible length from 5 to 22 miles to accommodate every ability and includes a child-size and child friendly aid station around mile 3. On Sunday, June 12th, riders plan to enjoy the 62-mile Metric Century course or the 100-mile Century course; both of which summit Lookout Mountain before meandering through the foothills and scenic byways throughout the metro area. The official start time for the Sunday rides is 6:15a. The Rocky Mountain Bicycle Festival is open both days from 10 a – 6p and features leading brands, demos, free clinics, kids activities, GoldSprints, movies and more. Complete event details and registration available at, Additional information at



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