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Tuesday, August 9th 

MEET 07:30 AM-FUN+-H3-26-SW-1835’ elev gain. “SW Happy-Dog Loop to Magill’s!” Register by TEXT to leader by August 7. Join Marilyn Choske (303-905-8510) and *NEW* leader, Lauren Delle, at Green Gables Park--enter from east side of Garrison, located between Wisconsin & Florida--for this leg-burner LOOP ride. We’ll ride west to C-470, north on C-470 to Rooney and Colfax, then south on Hwy 93 along hogback to Morrison, and east thru Bear Creek Park up to Mt. Carbon, and on to Magill’s. Happy Dog? Click on the map link and see what YOU think the route outline looks like!Remember: there’s Magill’s ice cream near the ride’s end! Bring $ for your treat. You’ll be happy, too! Your Club RWGPS:

8:30 AM LEISURE  H1-15-SW.   BIKING SW SUBURBS: TRAILS AND QUIET STREETS.  Meet Dave Noble (home 303-694-2008, cell: 303-906-3163) at the Clement Park picnic shelters area for a loop ride on the Dutch Creek trail, Columbine, Bow Mar, and Grant Ranch neighborhoods..  Lunch at a restaurant to be determined.  (Directions to Clement Park picnic shelters:  Drive towards the Columbine Library and up the hill a short ways.)

10:15 AM MTB P2 T2 WEST Will be taking Roxy dog there, going up the Buffalo Creek Road to Morrison Creek, up that to the Shinglemill Trail intersection, down the fun lower Shinglemill and Buff Creek to finish with the Sandy Wash swoop. This is little over 10 miles with around 1000' of total climbing. Takes about an hour and a half.

A short ride but fun for a dog. Will start about 10:15 AM from that main Buff Creek lot, see map pin. This is the mountain bike lot. Perhaps donate a couple dollars or so and get a locally made treat at the shelter. Bring your own cold drink. And maybe a lunch snack.

Doggone good Fun ride. These are pretty easy trails. Folks can ride further if they wish.

Wednesday, August 10th:

8:30 AM Fun Plus - H3 – 27 miles – W.  Tom’s 1st August Ice Cream Ride Meet Tom Fitzgerald (303-424-1082) at Anderson Park (44th & Field).  We’ll ride west on the Clear Creek Trail, and circumnavigate around North Table Mountain, via Easley Road, 60th/58th Avenue, Hwy 93 (for 2 blocks), and some quiet paved roads west of Hwy 93.  We’ll stop for a water/restroom break at Norman D Park (near the top of Tucker Gulch).  We’ll then head south back to the Clear Creek Trail in Golden via paved bike paths for a stop at the Golden Creamery (bring $$ for ice cream and/or chocolate).  After ice cream, we’ll return to Anderson Park via the Clear Creek Trail.  Bring lunch for a picnic afterward.





The Denver Bicycle Touring Club (DBTC), a non-profit corporation run by volunteers, is the original bicycling club of the Denver Metro area.

The Mission Statement of the Denver Bicycle Touring Club is to:

Organize and sponsor all levels of rides for bicycling enthusiasts.

Promote recreational and commuter cycling, bicycle safety, and bicycling education to the general public;

Advocate and support bicycling routes with local governments in the Denver Metro area;


DBTC COVID-19 Ride Policy Update

COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death. Older adults and people with underlying medical conditions are at higher risk. In order to provide safe and enjoyable riding, DBTC encourages all riders to continue following CDC guidelines: wear a mask; wash hands frequently; bring and use hand sanitizer on rides; leave plenty of space between each bicycle when riding; avoid large gatherings and physical contact with others; and avoid sharing water, food, and personal items. At your earliest convenience and allowable time, please get vaccinated.

COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death.

COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death.


DBTC Ride With GPS (RWGPS) Club Account

As a DBTC Active member, take advantage of this benefit that provides you with tools for creating, storing, managing and using bike routes.  DBTC's group of Route Managers continues to build a RWGPS database of bike routes as they become available.  Your participation using this benefit is strictly voluntary.  Click on the "Ride With GPS" homepage menu item and learn how to set up and use this benefit!

Find more information on RWGPS at the following two web pages:


DBTC is not currently producing or selling maps wholesale. Current members may request a 2019 DBTC map from Board member Marilyn Choske for a small donation. New members receive a free 2019 DBTC map in the mail after joining the Club.

COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death.


COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death.


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