What is the Summer Solstice Ride?
A bike ride, a picnic, and an opportunity to learn more about giving back to YOUR community!
It’s free. And it’s a no-brainer.
We have decided to postpone the Summer Solstice Ride until 2015. We had a variety of obstacles, including new permitting requirements at Wash Park and several partners who were unable to participate this year. We will make the 2015 event better than ever to make up for it!
Join us for a fun summer social event and meet other “green” residents and volunteers!
Ride Start Waves: 5:45pm, 6:00pm, 6:15pm
Ride Start Location: TBD
Bring your own bike and helmet (highly recommended)
Route Map coming soon
Summer Solstice Waiver
A Special Experience!
You’ll have the unique opportunity to explore our amazing bikeway network with hundreds of other riders. The ride pace will be casual. Ride guides will remind you to ride on the designated roadway or bike route and to obey all traffic laws.
Post-ride picnic for the first 400 registrants! This sells out every year!
Sponsors will be kicking in some great food and brew for this event! If you are one of first 400 people to register you will be treated to a free snack and beverage. Limited quantities are available and are reserved for the first 400 people who register. Your ride registration receipt will serve as your food/beverage coupon.
Donations are optional but welcomed. All donations will benefit both BikeDenver and Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado.
Check out the 2013 organizers:
is Denver’s bicycle advocacy organization. Volunteers help us staff free community bike corrals at major Denver events to encourage more people to ride their bike for short trips in cities. In 2010, BikeDenver provided secure bike parking at events with a total attendance of over 1.6 million. www.bikedenver.org
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
(VOC) is a statewide non-profit based in Denver that encourages outdoor volunteerism to steward our natural resources. Over 3,000 volunteers participate in over 50 outdoor stewardship projects each year in some of the most beautiful areas of Colorado. www.voc.org
Denver Botanic Garden
volunteers help one of the largest and most visited botanical gardens in the U.S. accomplish their mission of connecting people to plants (especially the plants in the Rocky Mountain Region). www.denverbotanicgardens.org
Avery Brewing Company
is based in Boulder. They are dedicated to making beer from the inside out: they brew what they like to drink–with utter disregard for what the market demands– and search out fans with equally eccentric palates. www.averybrewing.com
is a local favorite fast casual mission style restaurant. They offer a full bar with Denver’s cheapest happy hour and boast great margaritas, chips and salsa as well as amazing burritos, quesadillas, and fish tacos. Catering, too! www.illegalpetes.com
, big enough to handle all of your bicycling needs yet small enough to remember your name.Campus Cycles is proud to carry Trek, Giant, Surly, Spot Brand, Independent Fabrication and Electra bicycles.
started on a bike ride. Founder Gary took a bite of another energy bar and thought he could make a better bar. Today, Clif Bar is a leading maker of all-natural and organic energy and nutrition foods and drinks. www.clifbar.com