DBTC Ride Schedule • August 2016


Monday, August 1st

FUN-H1-26-Central 9:00 AM Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at Cuernevaca Park for a ride on the Platte River Trail North to 104th street and Back. The ride is on paved bike trails. An optional lunch is at McLoughlin’s.

Monday Evening, August 1st

FUN–H2–16-Downtown 5:45 PM Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) for this Free Beverage Summer Sunset Ride. We will meet at the City of Cuernavaca Park downtown (Exit at 20th Ave going east away from the mountains. Turn right over the bridge onto Little Raven, then turn right onto 19th Street, then right onto Platte River which becomes Rockmont Drive, and go until you dead end into the parking lot.) for this fantastic ride down the Cherry Creek Bike Path to the 4 Mile Historic House and back. A beverage of your choice will be provided to all riders at the break on the return voyage at the REI Starbucks where we will watch the sun start to set before we head back to the cars.


Tuesday Evening, August 2nd

FUN/INT-H2-24-NW 5:30 PM Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) for an exciting ride full of unexpected twists, turns, and surprises...and now with BRAND NEW TRAILS. We will meet at the parking lot WEST of the baseball diamonds in Westminster City Park. (Directions: From US36 and Church Ranch Blvd/104th Ave. exit, east on 104th about 1/2 mile to the first left after the Westminster Blvd light, then go LEFT again into the parking lot. The address for the park is 10455 Sheridan Blvd but note again that we are meeting WEST of the buildings and baseball fields.) This ride takes us through the Westminster, Northglenn, and Thornton area, including the Farmer’s Highline Canal, Lee Lateral, and Grange Hall Creek trails.


Wednesday, August 3rd

“Roses” H1-18-SE 8:30 AM Meet Anne Layshock, 303-771-6353, Cell: 303-818-5094, in the East parking lot on the SE corner of Cherry Creek Mall, for a ride on the Cherry Creek Trail & Highline Canal to Bible Park and on to Hampden Heights to return to the Cherry Creek Trail. This is a loop ride, gradual uphill, downhill all the way back. Bring a snack and money for an optional lunch following the ride. Allow extra time in case construction traffic is still a problem, and check your yahoo group e-mail for any last-minute changes.

FUN/INT-H2-29-SE 9:00 AM Meet Russ Tempelman (303-617-0260) at the Piney Creek Trailhead which is located near Parker Road and Orchard. From Parker Road, go East on Orchard Road and turn right at the first stop light into the parking lot. We’ll wind our way out to the Aurora Reservoir on the Piney Creek Trail and then various streets. It is 8 miles around the Reservoir. All the trails are paved. There are no restroom facilities at the start location but we will stop at the Rec Center located only one mile from the parking lot. Total mileage for the ride will be about 29 miles.

MTB P2.5, T2, 6:00 PM, Green Mountain. SHOW AND GO Meet at the Florida trailhead, at the top of Alameda Boulevard at the intersection of West Florida Drive and Alameda Boulevard in Lakewood.


Thursday, August 4th

FUN-H1-16-SE 6:00 PM Peak-to-Peak Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff Ave, just West of Buckley Road. for an early evening ride through Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards Joy and Gordon Mckennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak to Peak Tap Room with $1 off your first pint! www.peaktopeaktaproom.com.


Friday, August 5th

FUN H2-20 SW ATB, 9:00 AM Meet Kathy Stommel (719-671-5579) at South Platte Park/Carson Nature Center for a loop ride including S Platte River, C470, Highline Canal and Lee’s Gulch trails. After completing the loop, we will stop at Hudson Gardens to explore their special “Iron Cycle” sculpture display featuring 16 unique works created by Denver artist, Maureen Hearty. Optional lunch afterwards at Panera in Aspen Grove shopping center. At least half of this peaceful, shady route is on unpaved trails, so wider tires, mountain or hybrid bikes are recommended. South Platte Park/Carson Nature Center can be accessed from Santa Fe Drive (Hwy 85), turning west at the stoplight with Mineral, turn right onto S. Platte Parkway, then left onto W. Carson Drive.


Saturday, August 6th

FUN H2-20-SE 8:30 AM Meet Dave Noble (303-694-2008, 303-906-3163 cell) at the parking area on the Cherry Creek Trail behind Tagawa’s garden center on the south side of Broncos Parkway between Jordan and Parker Roads. We will ride the Cherry Creek, Tallman, and Sulphur Gulch trails. There’ll be a yogurt or cupcake snack stop in Parker before returning and a possible lunch when we get back.

MTB T1-4, P1-4 Curt Gowdy State Park Bob Kochevar will lead us on the weekend rides. Call (303-870-6833) or e-mail him if you will participate. There’s a singletrack smorgasbord here, from beginner trails along the shoreline to giant rocks to huck o+. The trails are in an alpine environment. Camping is available (for a fee), so join us for the weekend. I have reserved a group campsite for tents that permits up to 10 people, and each car entering the park has to pay a daily use fee also. We will ride many of the trails at Curt Gowdy on both the West and East sides of the park on Saturday, Aug 5 and Sunday Aug 6. There are more than 35 miles of trails for biking at Curt Gowdy that travel through a host of different landscapes, highlighting the best of the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains; i.e. high plains, upland montane and riparian. Curt Gowdy is located just 24 miles west of Cheyenne, Wyoming and 24 miles east of Laramie. From Denver, take I-25 North to Cheyenne. Take exit 10 (State Route210) and continue 24 miles West. It’s about a 2 hour or so drive. The main park entrance is on the south side of the road. We will meet at the Visitor Center near the entrance of Hwy 210 at 10:30 AM, Saturday, Aug 6. More information about Curt Gowdy State Park is available at: http://wyoparks.state.wy.us/pdf/CurtGowdyTrailMap.pd


Sunday, August 7th

FUN-H2-25-SE 8:00 AM - Mt Nebo! Meet Gaar Potter (303-691-0938) at Eisenhower Park Rec Center (SE Corner of Dartmouth and Colorado Blvd). We will ride to 3 cemeteries and place a rock at Mt. Nebo. We also visit Hampden Hts. Cemetery, Fairmount Cemetery and Lowry. You won’t believe the SNEAKY way we get to Hampden Hts. Cemetery!

INT-H2-25 +-NE 8:00 AM Each Sunday until fall, meet DBTC riders at Cake Crumbs Bakery and Coffee shop, located at 2216 Kearney Street, Denver. These rides will be led by various ride leaders. Each Sunday we pick a different route and the distances vary from 25 miles up to 50 miles by mid-summer. We ride east towards DIA and Watkins, sometimes north to Brighton, southeast to Aurora Reservoir or Cherry Creek or maybe north east to Broomfield and the new Highway 36 Trail. The rides are coordinated by Doug Schuler, and are led by various club members. In order to accommodate riders of different abilities rides maybe split into two groups The A group riding at a 14-15 mile pace for forty or more miles and the B Group 11-13 mile pace for twenty to thirty miles. Reminders are announced on Meet Up and Yahoo as well as changing start times. Questions call Doug 303-829-5861.

MTB T1-4, P1-4 Curt Gowdy State Park Bob Kochevar will lead us on the weekend rides. Call (303-870-6833) or e-mail him if you will participate. See ride description on Saturday.


Monday, August 8th

FUN-H2-20-SE 9:00 AM Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at DeKoevend Park at the entrance to Goodson Rec center for a ride on the Big Dry Creek Trail to Colorado Blvd to the C-470 Trail to the Highline trail to Lee Gulch to Platte River to Big Dry creek back to the Highline trail. The ride is on paved and gravel bike paths. Optional lunch at Shanghai Gardens.

FUN/INT-H2 to H3-W. 9:00 AM Meet Helen Berkman at Idaho Springs Public Parking Lot. Take I-70 West to Exit 240, turn right on Miner Street, right on 15th Ave. and park in the public parking lot. This is a scenic ride covering 26 miles round trip and 1,200’ of mostly gentle climb (a couple of steeper spots) from 7,500’ up to 8,500’. The route roughly parallels I-70 on secondary and service roads. We’ll take it fairly slow up to Georgetown, enjoy a little time exploring Georgetown, and then head back down the hill to Idaho Springs. If you haven’t done the Georgetown ride before, and you are ready for a nice easy hill climb, this ought to be on your list! Optional lunch afterward at Tommyknocker Brewery, 14th Ave. and Miner St. Questions, call Helen at 720-355-5687 or to carpool, email Helen at least 24 hours ahead at h.berkman@comcast.net.


Tuesday  Aug. 9th

MTB P2-3, T2-3 11:00  Meet Darrell and Jean Deering 303-697-6126 for a ride/hike and campout at the White Ranch Park. We will meet at the lower west parking lot at 11:00 for the ride. For those who want to camp and ride, come earlier. We will arrive about 9:00 to deliver our camping gear to the camp site. We will ride flatter trails first (Rawhide, Wrangler, Waterhole ) and steeper trails later(Mustang, upper Belcher , Longhorn, Shorthorn). We will campout at the Sawmill camp area 1 mile from the west parking lot. Bike trailers, bobs or back packs will be needed to bring your camping equipment.  Camping is free including fire wood but Bring water!!!.  Sign up for the camp site at Jeffco Open Space office in Golden (303-271-5925). Call me for more information.  Directions: Go west on Golden Gate Canyon Rd. to Crawford Gulch Rd. turn north to the White Ranch Park lower west parking lot. 

Tuesday Evening, August 9th

FUN-H2-20-NW 5:40 PM MAJESTIC MYSTERY RIDE Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) at the Majestic View Nature Center north parking lot (north on Wadsworth to W 72nd Ave, west on 72nd, just west of Carr on the south side. THIS IS NOT THE ENTRANCE at GARRISON ST. or 71st ST!) The ride will go west on Ridge Road and van Bibber Creek Trail, north on the new Blunn Trail and then return on the entire length of Ralston Creek Trail. The theme of this ride is a mystery so a mystery prize will be provided to all participants during the Ralston Creek Golf Course break!


Wednesday, August 10th

FUN/INT-H3-30+W 8:30 AM Meet Tom Hurja (303-903-4449) behind Beaujos in Idaho Springs. Ride to Georgetown with options to Baskerville and BLT. Meet at Beaujos for a snack after the ride.

“Roses” H2 15 SE 8:30 AM Meet Judy or Harold Deist, 303-841-4792, Cell 303-906-4305 at the south side of the Walmart parking lot off Aurora Parkway and Commons, which is in the Southlands shopping mall north of Smokey Hill road and west of Aurora Parkway in Aurora. Walmart is just north of Sams Club. From Parker Road, take E. Quincy east to Smoky Hill Road which is 2 blocks east of Parker Road. Stay in the far right lane of E. Quincy and turn right onto Smoky Hill road
for about 6 miles. Go past E-470 about half a mile and turn left (North) on S. Aurora Parkway. Take the second left onto E. Commons Avenue and the Walmart is on your right (North). Stay in the parking lot close to E. Commons Ave and Sam’s Club which is on the left (South) side of E. Commons and Walmart. from E-470 get off at Smoky Hill exit and go East to S Aurora Parkway. Also you can go south on S. Gun Club road that turns into S. Aurora Parkway. We will ride around the Aurora reservoir and more. For a shorter option, meet at the announced meeting place, ask for directions to meet the group after avoiding some hill climbing. Bring a snack, and money for a restaurant lunch after the ride

MTB P2-3, T2-3 10:00 AM Meet Darrell Deering 303-697-6126 at the White Ranch Park west lower lot. We will ride the flatter trails first and steeper trails later (we will discuss ride options). See directions and ride detail from the Aug. 9th White Ranch Park ride and campout.

MTB P2.5, T2, 6:00 PM, Green Mountain. SHOW AND GO Meet at the Florida trailhead, at the top of Alameda Boulevard at the intersection of West Florida Drive and Alameda Boulevard in Lakewood.


Thursday, August 11th

FUN-H1-16-SE 6:00 PM Peak-to-Peak Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff Ave, just West of Buckley Road. for an early evening ride through Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards Joy and Gordon Mckennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak to Peak Tap Room with $1 off your first pint! www.peaktopeaktaproom.com.


Saturday, August 13th

FUN/INT-H2-23-NW-9:00 AM Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) for the weekend premier of this new ride that took all summer to scout out...THE SPACE, TIME, 9/11 RIDE or THE HIDDEN GEMS OF BROOMFIELD! This brand new adventure begins near the SE corner of Sheridan and 120th at the new Whole Foods in Westminster, 1/2 mile east of Sheridan at Vrain and 120th (4451 Main Street 303-439-7000). We will take secret trails around Westminster and Broomfield where we will experience three incredible hidden displays including THE SOLAR SYSTEM, a brief history of GEOLOGIC COLORADO TIME, and a 9/11 MONUMENT. Possible lunch afterwards at Whole Foods.

MTB P2, T2, 3 SISTERS THE RIDE: Meet Cathy Leibowitz (720-644-7189) cathy.leibowitz@yahoo.com Trails to be ridden will be decided by the group that day. THE DIRECTIONS: Go to the signalized “T” intersection in downtown Evergreen,
then south on Hwy 73 for 1⁄2 mile to another signal at Buffalo Park Road. Turn right (west) for 2.2 miles and enter the upper Alderfer parking lot just beyond the bright yellow house in the meadow. THE TIME 10:00AM (WHEELS ROLLING! PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY ENOUGH TO START AT THAT TIME.) . THE FOOD: Bring tables, chairs and food for a parking lot picnic post- ride. THE FINE PRINT: For additional information: http://www.mtbproject.com/trail/6040893


Sunday, August 14th

FUN-H2-22-SW 9:00 AM Meet Bob Shedd (720-290-6014) at the RTD Littleton Downtown Station, in the northwest quadrant of the parking lot located at Alamo Avenue & Prince Street. Ride will go south and west on “secret” bike paths (all fully paved) that Bob has scouted in the Columbine and Ken Caryl areas. Optional lunch afterward at Merle’s Restaurant on Main Street, within 3 blocks of the starting location.

INT-H2-25 +-NE 8:00 AM Each Sunday until fall, meet DBTC riders at Cake Crumbs Bakery and Coffee shop, located at 2216 Kearney Street, Denver. These rides will be led by various ride leaders. Each Sunday we pick a different route and the distances vary from 25 miles up to 50 miles by mid-summer. We ride east towards DIA and Watkins, sometimes north to Brighton, southeast to Aurora Reservoir or Cherry Creek or maybe north east to Broomfield and the new Highway 36 Trail. The rides are coordinated by Doug Schuler, and are led by various club members. In order to accommodate riders of different abilities rides maybe split into two groups The A group riding at a 14-15 mile pace for forty or more miles and the B Group 11-13 mile pace for twenty to thirty miles. Reminders are announced on Meet Up and Yahoo as well as changing start times. Questions call Doug 303-829-5861.


Monday, August 15th

FUN-H2-20-SW 9:00 AM Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at SW corner of Kipling and Jewell, Lakewood, at Safeway Shopping Center for a ride on the Bear Creek Trail to the Platte River Trail to the Sanderson Gulch Trail. An optional lunch is at Café Jordano.


Wednesday, August 17th

FUN H2-22-NW 9:00AM Meet Linda Wheeler (419-973-8282) at Gold Strike Park (W. 56th Ave & Ralston Rd, west of Sheridan & Ralston Rd) for a ride west on the Ralston Creek Trail. We will return via Easley Rd and the Clear Creek Trail.

“Roses” H1-12 SW 8:30 AM Meet Peggy Occhiato 393-850-9731,for a ride up lovely Waterton Canyon. South on Wadsworth past Chatfield State Park, L on Waterton Rd 1/8 mile to the parking lot on the left. Bring a snack and money for an optional restaurant lunch following the ride.

MTB P2.5, T2, 6:00 PM, Green Mountain. SHOW AND GO Meet at the Florida trailhead, at the top of Alameda Boulevard at the intersection of West Florida Drive and Alameda Boulevard in Lakewood.


Thursday, August 18th

FUN/INT-H2to3-33-SW 9:OO AM Meet John and Patsy Venema (720.934.3498) at the Stone House parking lot(2900 S. Estes St. Lakewood) for a 33 mile loop on paved bike paths. We will go west along Bear Creek, thru Bear Creek Park to the C 470 path south, into Chatfield State Park, north along the Platte River, and back on Bear Creek to the Stone House. If it is a scorcher, we may alter the route.

FUN-H1-16-SE 6:00 PM Peak-to-Peak Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff Ave, just West of Buckley Road. for an early evening ride through Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards Joy and Gordon Mckennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak to Peak Tap Room with $1 off your first pint! www.peaktopeaktaproom.com.


Saturday, August 20th

FUN H2-23-NW 8:30 AM Meet Linda Wheeler (419-973-8282) at Prospect Park in Wheat Ridge for this Arvada Adventure. We will ride up Easley Road to the Van Bibber Creek and Blunn Trails. Next we will experience the entire Trail of Ralston Creek and return on Clear Creek Trail.

MTB P2-T3. BUENA VISTA 10:00 AM (WHEELS ROLLING! PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY ENOUGH TO START AT THAT TIME.) THE RIDE- Meet Mary Kay 303-915-4770 and Bob Kochevar (303-870-6833 for Buena Vista Weekend. We will ride the Midland Trail(s) and hopefully not a marathon ride like last year. THE DIRECTIONS: Meet at the park next to the river off of Main Street. East on Main Street to the water’s edge, then the park is on your left. (Same place as last year.) If you need further directions please call Mary Kay or Bob directly. THE FOOD: Plenty of parking, covered area for our after ride picnic. Remember those great snacks for a Saturday picnic after the ride. You can also bring a floatation device, swimming costume or power squirt gun to play in the water post ride.


Sunday, August 21st

FUN H2-20-S 10:00 AM Meet Lin Hark (303-578-9369) at South High School (SE Corner Louisiana Ave and Franklin St). We will ride through Washington Park up to Cherry Creek Bike Path and make a loop through some of Denver’s wonderful parks and older neighborhoods. Lunch after at a nearby restaurant.

INT-H2-25 +-NE 8:00 AM Each Sunday until fall, meet DBTC riders at Cake Crumbs Bakery and Coffee shop, located at 2216 Kearney Street, Denver. These rides will be led by various ride leaders. Each Sunday we pick a different route and the distances vary from 25 miles up to 50 miles by mid-summer. We ride east towards DIA and Watkins, sometimes north to Brighton, southeast to Aurora Reservoir or Cherry Creek or maybe north east to Broomfield and the new Highway 36 Trail. The rides are coordinated by Doug Schuler, and are led by various club members. In order to accommodate riders of different abilities rides maybe split into two groups The A group riding at a 14-15 mile pace for forty or more miles and the B Group 11-13 mile pace for twenty to thirty miles. Reminders are announced on Meet Up and Yahoo as well as changing start times. Questions call Doug 303-829-5861.


Monday, August 22nd

FUN-H2-18-SW 9:00 AM Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at the Platte River Grill located at 5995 Santa Fe Drive. From C-470 take Santa Fe Dr. exit going north for about 3 Miles. The Platte River Grill is on the left (West) side. Enter the parking lot and drive to the rear of the restaurant and park towards the rear of the lot. We will ride the Platte River trail north to the Big Dry Creek trail to the Highline Canal Trail to the Lee Gulch trail. The ride is on paved and gravel bike trails. An optional lunch is at the Platte River Grill.

Monday Evening, August 22nd

FUN/INT-H3-24-NW-5:30 PM Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) PART 1: HWY 36 EAST & THE HIDDEN GEMS OF INTERLOCKEN! This exciting ride full of twists and turns uses portions of the new HWY 36 Trail to take us on a loop that includes the hidden gems of Flatirons Mall, Interlocken, Standley Lake, and Rock Creek village! We will meet at the Rock Creek village Safeway which is centrally located in Superior at the NW corner of Coalton and Rock Creek Parkway (Address is 1601 Coalton Road Superior, CO. 80027.)


Tuesday Evening, August 23rd

FUN/INT-H3-20-NW-5:30 PM Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) PART 2: HWY 36 WEST & THE HIDDEN GEMS OF LOUISVILLE!!! This exciting ride full of twists and turns uses the newest portion of the HWY 36 trail that goes west from Interlocken into Boulder then loops back using some interesting secret trails. See you at the Safeway at the Rock Creek village Shopping Center in Superior for this new tour of the trails of Superior, Louisville, and South Boulder (with a few roads mixed in as required). Rock Creek village is centrally located in Superior at the NW corner of Coalton and Rock Creek Parkway (Address is 1601 Coalton Road Superior, CO. 80027.)


Wednesday, August 24th

“Roses”-14-SW 8:30 AM Meet Jean Stevenson, 303-699-5135, Cell: 303-349-1596 at the Reynolds Landing parking lot. Go west on Brewery Lane at Santa Fe Drive where there is a light. Continue past the Breckenridge Brewery (2990 Brewery Lane, Littleton) to the parking lot at the end of the road. Bring a snack, and money for lunch if you plan to join us. This is a loop ride on the Platte River Trail, the Big Dry Creek Trail, the Highline Trail and the Lee Gulch Trail. It winds around some very pretty areas - mostly on paved trails but some packed gravel and a short distance on residential streets. There will be an optional lunch afterwards at the Farm House at Breckenridge Brewery.

FUN-H2-30-SW 8:30 AM Meet Tom Hurja (303-903-4449) at Bear Valley McDonald’s. Ride south to along the Platte River Path to Chatfield and the Marina. Some good food available there. Bring funds and lock. Return the same way.

MTB P2.5, T2, 6:00 PM, Green Mountain. SHOW AND GO Meet at the Florida trailhead, at the top of Alameda Boulevard at the intersection of West Florida Drive and Alameda Boulevard in Lakewood.


Thursday, August 25th

FUN-H1-16-SE 6:00 PM Peak-to-Peak Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff Ave, just West of Buckley Road. for an early evening ride through Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards Joy and Gordon Mckennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak to Peak Tap Room with $1 off your first pint! www.peaktopeaktaproom.com.


Saturday, August 27th

Fun-H2-22-SE 9:00 AM Meet Gary Pratt (303-570-0769) at Cornerstone Shopping Center (SW corner of Parker and Arapahoe roads, just east of Panera’s) for an interesting ride south along Cherry Creek and east up Sulphur Gulch into Parker. This route includes a modest climb.

FUN-H2-26-NW-9:00 Meet Dave Noble (home 303-694-2008, cell 303-906-3163) at the West Woods Golf Club (just north of 64th and Quaker) for a loop of the Little Dry Creek and Ralston Creek Trails. Lunch is afterwards.

MTB P3, T3, Little Scraggy Trail Loop (Buffalo Creek) THE RIDE Meet Jim Black (303-888-3122) for a ride on the entire Little Scraggy Trail Loop, returning to the trailhead on the Colorado Trail, about 12.6 miles. For those who would like extra distance, there are several options available. THE TIME: 10:00AM (WHEELS ROLLING! PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY ENOUGH TO START AT THAT TIME.) THE DIRECTIONS: Take Hwy. 285 to Pine Junction. Turn left at the light onto Hwy. 126. Turn right onto Forest Road 550 (also called Redskin Creek Road), about four miles up the LOOOONG hill which begins as you cross Buffalo Creek (the stream) in the hamlet of Buffalo Creek (the town). Turn right again almost immediately into the Little Scraggy parking lot. There is $6 parking fee. THE FOOD: Bring tables, chairs, food and drink for a parking lot picnic post- ride. THE FINE PRINT: For additional info, see: http://http://www.mtbproject.com/trail/7015764


Sunday, August 28th

Fun-H2-20 SE 9:00 AM Meet Kathy Stommel (719-671-5579) at Parker’s O’Brien Park. We’ll ride Cherry Creek trail and surrounding area for approx 20 miles before returning to downtown Parker for their famous Farmer’s Market. After purchasing something yummy, we can enjoy the free outdoor concert starting at noon in O’Brien Park. The band this date is scheduled to be “Bad Candy”, a group that plays a wide variety of rock, R&B and country music. O’Brien Park is on Parker’s Main St, just east of S Parker Rd (hwy 83)

INT-H2-25 +-NE 8:00 AM Each Sunday until fall, meet DBTC riders at Cake Crumbs Bakery and Coffee shop, located at 2216 Kearney Street, Denver. These rides will be led by various ride leaders. Each Sunday we pick a different route and the distances vary from 25 miles up to 50 miles by mid-summer. We ride east towards DIA and Watkins, sometimes north to Brighton, southeast to Aurora Reservoir or Cherry Creek or maybe north east to Broomfield and the new Highway 36 Trail. The rides are coordinated by Doug Schuler, and are led by various club members. In order to accommodate riders of different abilities rides maybe split into two groups The A group riding at a 14-15 mile pace for forty or more miles and the B Group 11-13 mile pace for twenty to thirty miles. Reminders are announced on Meet Up and Yahoo as well as changing start times. Questions call Doug 303-829-5861.


Monday, August 29th

FUN-H2-21-SE 9:00 AM Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at the corner of Alameda and Sable rd. in the parking lot of BJ’s restaurant for a ride on the Highline trail to the Tollgate trail to the Cherry Creek trail for a loop. The ride is on paved bike trails. An optional lunch is at BJ’s.


Tuesday Evening, August 30th

FUN/INT-H2-23-NW-5:30 PM Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) for this new ride that took all summer to scout out...THE SPACE, TIME, 9/11 RIDE or THE HIDDEN GEMS OF BROOMFIELD! This brand new adventure begins near the SE corner of Sheridan and 120th at the new Whole Foods in Westminster (1/2 mile east of Sheridan at Vrain and 120th.) (4451 Main Street 303-439-7000) We will take secret trails around Westminster and Broomfield where we will experience three incredible hidden displays including THE SOLAR SYSTEM, a brief history of GEOLOGIC COLORADO TIME, and a 9/11 MONUMENT.


Wednesday, August 31st

“Roses” H1-21 SE 8:30 AM Meet Dave Noble (home 303-694-2008, cell 303-906-3163) in the parking log of South High School, corner of Louisiana and S. Franklin, near SE corner of Washington Park, for a ride including Westerly Creek, Stapleton, City Park, and Cheesman Park.This ride takes us through a variety of neighborhoods in Denver, old and new, elegant and not Bring a snack and money for a restaurant lunch after the ride.

FUN/INT-H2-25 to 30-SW 9:00AM Meet Patty Gaspar (303-618-5069) behind the tennis bubble at W Bowles and S Federal ride to Ken Caryl and over hog back. The scenery is beautiful on the downhill then we’ll come back through Chatfield. Lunch afterwards in downtown Littleton. 



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