Your bike misses you.
Join us for a ride to celebrate the beginning of spring. We’ll be starting in City Park and cruising down to the Wash Park area. Afterwards, we’ll hang out at Handlebar & Grill for a little something called “Awesome Sprints!”
Here’s a map of the Vernal Equinox Ride
Helmets and lights are required.
The BikeDenver Ride Guide
No one gets dropped.
Helmets are required.
Clothing is required. This is a casual ride and there is no penalty for wearing sneakers or riding with flat pedals. Wear lycra at your own risk.
We’ll follow the law. If you think you don’t know about the legal responsibilities of bicyclists you can review Colorado Cycling Laws. In particular we’ll stop for stop signs and red lights; ride no more than two abreast; and, signal for turns and slowing down. If the group is divided by a traffic signal, front riders will wait for the rear group to join them after the next green light. We’ll ride with the traffic flow, which sometimes means in the traffic flow.
Ride any bike you want as long as it’s safe. As in: make sure your brakes work. If we might be out after dark have lights. No bike snobbery will be allowed. We want all bicyclists to feel welcome.
Notes For All BikeDenver Rides
Riders will be asked to sign a waiver and wear a helmet to participate.
Check out our comprehensive Ride Guide for some more rules of the road and trail…
Contact Gary Rossmiller at email@example.com with questions.