Saturday, July 1st

8:00 am INT-H2-35 + or -Meet Ellen Fitzpatrick (720-209-2269) at the parking area at Bear Valley McDonalds on southwest side of Sheridan and Dartmouth Ave. We will ride the Bear Creek trail East and then South along the Platte and South out to the Chatfield Marina. Bring a snack or some money to purchase a snack at the Marina and then we’ll head back. I'm slow up the dam but will keep a brisk pace along the bike path. 

8:30 INT/ROAD H2 30-45 miles. Leave at 8:30am. Meet at the SE corner of Parker Rd and Orchard Rd.  Park near the Benjamin Moore Paint store/Ponderosa Paint Ctr. LIMITED stops on this ride. Paved trails and roads. Road bikes ONLY.  Many route options from this starting point.

Sunday, July 2nd 

8:30am; INT-H2-40. “Powhaton Rollers” Join Mark Pawlak at Cake Crumbs 2216 Kearney ST Denver for 8:30am sharp departure. We will head east on Smith, 26th Ave and turn south on Powhaton, returning via Jewell, and city streets. The ride is on city streets with low/moderate traffic and country roads with low traffic. This will be a fast intermediate ride with average moving speed of 14 mph (which means we will be going 15-17 on the flats), with few stops to regroup. Ride updates posted on MeetUp. 

8:30 am INT/ROAD H2 30-45 miles. Leave at 8:30am. Meet at the SE corner of Parker Rd and Orchard Rd.  Park near the Benjamin Moore Paint store/Ponderosa Paint Ctr. LIMITED stops on this ride. Paved trails and roads. Road bikes ONLY.  Many route options from this starting point.

9:00 am FUN-H2-25-NW NEW & IMPROVED WESTMINSTER CLASSIC Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) for an exciting ride full of unexpected twists, turns, and surprises...and now with BRAND NEW TRAILS. In May we had to revise this ride as we headed east into dark rain clouds so let’s try it again as the forecast looks good! We will meet at the parking lot WEST of the baseball diamonds in Westminster City Park. (Directions: From US 36 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. 

Monday, July 3rd No scheduled ride. You can post a ride on MeetUp or the Yahoo group - or both. 

Tuesday, July 4th No scheduled FUN or INT ride. You can post a ride on MeetUp or the Yahoo group - or both.

8:30 am MTB- P2 T1.5 Length: 10 miles+ Join Carol Bennett (720-425-6124) at Pronghorn Park, Highlands Ranch Douglas County East West Trail and Highlands Ranch High Points Trail System. Both of these trail systems have spectacular views of the Front Range from many parts of the trail. To get there: From C-470 Exit Broadway and head south, (towards Highlands Ranch). Follow Broadway until the traffic light at Wildcat Reserve Parkway and turn to the right. (It’s about two miles.) Turn on to the next street on the left- Weather’s Field Way. Prong Horn Park is about 1/2 mile south of Wildcat Reserve Parkway on Weather’s Field Way. The park is on the right side of the street. Park in the parking lot or on the surrounding street. There usually is ample parking. The East/West Trail head is across the street from Prong Horn Park. Bicycle Type: Front shock suspension is recommended, but a hybrid is suitable on the East/West Trails and some parts of the High Point Trail System. The ride drops in at the East West trail from Prong Horn Park. We will ride the trail for about a mile and take a sharp right at a three way trail junction. We will follow a downhill portion of the trail on the East/West Trail for about 2 miles. We will meet at a gate that is to the private Back Country Trail System. I must be there when we enter the gate and we must ride together as a group as the trails are for residence of HR and their guests. There are many loops and trails that total several miles. We can study the trail map and decide the routes that the group would like to ride. I stop at all trail junctions and will wait until I account for all riders. The trails are well maintained and have minimal exposed roots and loose rocks. The trails turns are banked and have plenty of bumps and curves to excite even the most skilled cyclists but are easy enough that an advanced beginning mountain biker would be comfortable with most of them. Caution must be observed as many of the trails wind through scrub oak and there are blind corners and hills. Use of a bell is highly recommended. The High Point Trail System crosses open grazing land. I have seen cattle and their “road apples” across the trails. 

Wednesday, July 5th 

8:30 am Leisure/“Roses” H2-6.5 miles NW New Clear Creek Canyon Trail Only 6.5 miles but worth it!!! Meet Richard Gieseler (303-722-1475) at West 6th and Kipling furniture store parking lot at the east end to carpool to Mayhem Gulch on West US 6 in Clear Creek Canyon on the east end of the Clear Creek Canyon Trail. This is a gorgeous canyon going up to Blackhawk and is concrete, wide, smooth, mostly easy riding but there are a few steep sections. The paved trail has walkable and easy pedaling grades for 3 miles one way west then 12 return the same route downhill. Bring snacks for a picnic at the rafting and mountaineering overlook then return downhill to Mayhem Gulch and our vehicles. Gambling or hiking afterwards in local venues. This wonderful scenery, sunlight and fresh air is why we moved to Colorado, and it is only 25 miles from the city. 

8:00 am FUN-H2/3-30-NW Beat the heat! Meet ride leader, Marilyn Choske (303-905-8510), at Anderson Park in Wheat Ridge, 44th & Field St., back parking lot near big pavilion. We'll ride this loop trip on Clear Creek Trail (CCT), Easley Road, Ralston Creek Trail (RCT), and back to Anderson Park on CCT, to INCLUDE the Ralston Reservoir climb and overlook. Some other short hill climbs. Enjoy diverse neighborhoods, flora, and trail twists along the way! Comfy 10-14mph pace. Leader rides a hybrid. 

3:00 pm FUN/Leisure H2-12-W Outdoor Concert and Ride in Evergreen Meet Lin Hark (303-578-9369) at the Evergreen Lake House for a ride up Upper Bear Creek. This is a gorgeous ride along the creek past some of the old homesteads of past centuries and estates built in the 50s. This easy grade, paved road winds up the canyon on the way to Mt Evans and turns to dirt where there are large ranches and beautiful meadows. This ride can be done after the Clear Creek Canyon ride. Make a day of it and have an early dinner between the rides in Evergreen with Lin. After dinner drive to Evergreen Lake and get a prime parking spot for the concert, ride and then listen to Lonesome Days Bluegrass music www.lonesomedays.com. MTB riders welcome to join and do the Evergreen Mtn loop which ends at the Lake House. Or just come join the group for the concert! Bring chair or blanket, snacks, and lock. 

Thursday, July 6th 

6:00 pm FUN-H2-16-SE – Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff, just west of Buckley Road, for an early evening ride around Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards, Joy and Gordon McKennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak-to-Peak Tap & Brew (adjacent to Treads) with $1 off your first pint! 

Friday, July 7th 

5:30 pm INT-H2-22-SE- Meet Clark Wilson, (303-495-0671) at Garland Park softball fields (Kearney St. north from Cherry Cr. Dr. North) for an early evening tour of Denver city parks. The route will be entirely on paved streets. 

Saturday, July 8th Summer Picnic All rides start and end at the picnic are

9:45 am Leisure/“Roses” H2-12-15 NW Picnic Ride Meet Richard Gieseler at Prospect Park at 9:45 am for a 10:00 am start on a leisurely paced ride including Clear Creek Trail and some streets to Old Arvada. Return by 12 noon for the DBTC Picnic. YUM! 

9:05 am FUN/INT H2-30 NW Meet Ellen Fitzpatrick (720-209-2269) at Prospect Park for a mystery/wing it ride loop. We'll work our way on Clear Creek trail and off toward Crown Hill, Sloan’s Lake, and 23rd and to the Platte River. We will then head north to catch the Clear Creek Trail back to Prospect Park for the Club Picnic. This will be on trails and road. 

9:05 am INT H2-23 NW Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) at Prospect Park for this Pre-Picnic 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. We will be rewarded with the incredible DBTC summer picnic fare back at Prospect Park! 

9:30 am FUN H1-24 NW Meet Lise Neer & Dan Zimmerman at Prospect Park. Ride to the confluence of Clear Creek & Platte River trails, 24 miles out & back. Restroom stop at the far end; easy rolling terrain; no drop. After lunch, we will have our fleet of trikes available back at the park for anyone to try out! 

Sunday, July 9th 

8:30 am INT-H2-37 NE. “West of Watkins”. Join Mark Pawlak at Cake Crumbs 2216 Kearney ST Denver for 8:30am sharp departure. We head east through Stapleton, Smith road and 26th Ave to 1 mile west of Watkins and return either via Smith Road or 12th and 13th Ave. Option to refuel in Watkins which will add 2+ miles to the total. This is a fast intermediate ride with average moving speed of 14 mph. Ride updates posted on MeetUp.

Monday, July 10th 

9:00 am FUN-H1-30 SE Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at the Original Brooklyn’s 2644 W Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80204 (from I-25 take the Colfax exit west to Federal Blvd. go South on Federal to the next light at W Howard place and go left. Go to the end and take a left onto Morrison Road and stay right to the parking lot of 13 the restaurant) for a ride on the Platte river trail to the Cherry Creek trail to the Highline Canal to Dartmouth St. to the Platte River trail. It is a ride mostly on paved bike path with some street riding. An optional lunch is at the Original Brooklyn’s. 

Wednesday, July 12th 

8:30 am Leisure/“Roses” H2-20 SE Meet Harold Deist, 303-841-4792, at Challenger Park/Parker Rec Center, (North side of Lincoln, between Jordan Rd. and Parker Rd.) for a ride along Cherry Creek and up Sulphur Gulch. Lovely ride, uphill going, great downhill coming back. Bring a snack, and money for lunch at a favorite restaurant after the ride. 

10:00 am Fun H2-25 W Meet Patty Gaspar (303-618-5069) in Idaho Springs at the public lot behind Beau Jos and we will trek up to Georgetown then enjoy the beautiful downhill back to lunch. The strong (or foolhardy) are welcome to continue from Georgetown to Silver Plume. This is always a beautiful ride and good excuse to get out of the city. 

3:00 pm INT-H1/2-15-20-SW – Meet Ellen Chilikas (outdoorsdiva@yahoo.com) at Riverside Downs Park (2600 W Belleview Ave, Littleton, CO 80123 – park on the far east end of the parking lot close to the river, across from the 24 Hour Fitness; this is also near the Pedal Bike Shop). This is another BREWERY RIDE! Please arrive early, since we will leave at 3 pm sharp. The ride may be on either paved or unpaved trails like the Highline Canal and will up to 20 miles round trip. Ellen will send out details of the ride via the list server once we get closer to the date. The ride will be at a brisk pace of at least 12 mph, so please make sure you can keep up. No maps, we will ride together as a group. 

Thursday, July 14th 

6:00 pm FUN-H2-16-SE Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff, just west of Buckley Road, for an early evening ride around Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards, Joy and Gordon McKennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak-to-Peak Tap & Brew (adjacent to Treads) with $1 off your first pint! 

Saturday, July 15th

9:30 am FUN-H1-15+-SE Meet Annie Rice-Johnson (303-324-1713) at Reynolds Landing for a flat ride north on the Platte River to Big Dry Creek turnoff, then up Dry Creek to Clarkson St North to Oxford Crossing under Santa Fe to Broken Tee golf course. Then south on the Platte back to Reynolds Landing. Bring lunch money. This is about 15 mile ride round trip. 

Sunday, July 16th 

8:30 am FUN-H3-25+-SW Highlands Ranch Mansion Ride Meet Carol Bennett (720-425-6124). Exit C470 at the Lucent off ramp and drive about half a mile south and enter the Target Parking Lot at SSgt Jon Sills Drive and follow the entrance until the south west corner of the Target Parking Lot just north of the Kaiser Building. Meet at the South West Corner of Highlands Ranch Parkway and Lucent Blvd. We will ride the streets and green belts in Highlands Ranch and will back track to the west part of HR and make our way to the north and will continue to the extreme east portion of Highlands Ranch. The route is general at this time and I can add or delete portions of the ride by request of the group. This is a no drop ride. Bring some snacks and plenty of water. There are bathroom stops in most of the parks. I’m hoping for good weather. The group can decide if they wish to stop at a local eatery after the ride. Please be there at 8:15 AM to discuss the route. I will leave at 8:30 AM sharp. It gets very warm or thunder showers can develop this time of year. 

9:00 a.m., INT-H2-25 +-NE Meet Doug Schuler at Cake Crumbs Bakery, 2216 Kearney St., Denver, for a slower intermediate ride of 20 - 30 miles. The ride will be mainly on roads. Monday, July 17th 9:00 am FUN-H2-22 NE Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at Cinzetti’s Restaurant off 104th at I-25 for a ride along the Farmers Highline Canal to Standley Lake. The ride is on mostly paved bike path with some dirt path. There is some street riding. Lunch after the ride is at Cinzzetti’s. 

Tuesday Evening, July 18th 

5:30 pm INT-H3-20-NW - Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) 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 through Louisville and Superior using some interesting secret trails including the Lombard Street Experience and the famous Black Hole of Louisville! See you at the Safeway at the Rock Creek village Shopping Center in Superior for this somewhat 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, July 19th 

8:30 am Leisure/“Roses” Ride H2-17 SW Meet Dave Noble (home 303-694-2008, cell 303-906- 3163) and Jill McMahon (cell 303 888-0314) at Reynolds Landing ( Go west on Brewery Lane at Santa Fe Drive where there is a light. Continue past the Breckenridge Brewery to the big parking lot at the end of the road on the right.) This ride will be on the Platte Trail, Lily Gulch Trail, Dutch Creek Trail, and some Littleton streets for a new Roses ride. An optional lunch will follow. 

9:00 am FUN-H2-29-SE Meet Russ Templeman (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 scenic 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. 

Thursday, July 20th 

6:00 pm FUN-H2-16-SE– Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff, just west of Buckley Road, for an early evening ride around Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards, Joy and Gordon McKennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak-to-Peak Tap & Brew (adjacent to Treads) with $1 off your first pint! 

MTB P2-3, T2-4 Midland Trail to Buena Vista. MTB Midland Trail starts at Trout Creek Pass by Antero Junction, the South Park Hwy 285 and 24 area. Midland Trail is an old train route from the Fairplay area to the Arkansas River Valley outside Buena Vista. Over a century ago, trains went to the mining districts near Leadville. This will be a one-way ride around 21 miles long starting about 10:30 am at the trailhead about 1 mile south of above. The route climbs about 1000' and descends about 2500'. After around 4 hours exploring, riders will cross the Arkansas River hiking bridge, pass by the water park, and finish by tying their bikes to old horse hitching posts on Main Street in downtown Buena Vista for refreshing at a cool restaurant. Riders must be at least intermediate capability level and have a minimum route finding sense. Space will be limited to just a few people due to shuttle needs. If you meet the requirements, you must contact me prior to July 17 for final meeting and ride details. Jeff Baysinger 303-969-9241 

Saturday, July 22nd 

8:00 am FUN-H2-36 NW Which way are we going? Meet ride leader, Marilyn Choske (303-905- 8510), at Crown Hill Park in Wheat Ridge, 26th & Garland, for an urban adventure loop-de-doop trip. Trails include Clear Creek, Platte River, Lakewood and Sanderson Gulches, and some light road riding with bike lanes. Expect some construction detours. Comfy 10-14mph pace. Leader rides a hybrid. 

8:30 AM INT-H2-25+SW.  Meet Tom Hurja  (303-903-4449)  for a ride along Bear Creek path to S Platte River path to Chatfield and options to the marina and return the reverse route.  Bring cable, lock and $ for lunch afterward at New Happy Chinese.

9:00 AM MTB P3, T3, little Scraggy (Buffalo Creek) THE RIDE:   Little Scraggy Trail. THE TIME: 9:00AM (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 past the Hamlet of Buffalo Creek. Turn right again almost immediately into the Little Scraggy parking lot. There is $6 fee. THE FOOD:   PicnicTHE FINE PRINT: For additional info, a good video and map, see: http://www.comba.org/projects/little-scraggy-trail/little- scraggy-east-trail-officially-open#.VWzkSUzVeM8 AND:http://www.mtbproject.com/trail/6377597

Sunday, July 23rd 

9:00 am FUN/INT-H2-18/23-NW Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) for THE SPACE, TIME, 9/11 RIDE or THE HIDDEN GEMS OF BROOMFIELD! This still 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 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. (This ride has an escape option at the 18 mile marker for riders who run out of time and/or steam.) Possible lunch afterwards at Whole Foods. 

Monday, July 24th 

9:00 am FUN-H2/H3-25 SE. BIG DRY CREEK/PLATTE RIVER LOOP. Meet Helen Berkman (h.berkman@comcast.net) at South High School Parking Lot for a tour of contrasting Denver neighborhoods, from Cherry Hills to College View, Ruby Hill, and Wash Park , all woven together by the Big Dry Creek, South Platte, and Cherry Creek Trails. A few hills on Zuni but note that I take hills fairly slowly, to enjoy the scenery! Optional lunch afterward at Agave Taco Bar, 2217 E. Mississippi St. 

9:00 am FUN-H2-25 SW Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at the Platte River Grill located at 5995 Santa Fe Drive. From C-470 take the Santa Fe Dr. exit going north for about 3 miles. The Platte River Bar & 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 South to the Lee Gulch Trail to the Highline Canal Trail to the top of the Chatfield reservoir dam back to the Platte river trail . The ride is on paved and gravel bike trails. An optional lunch is at the Platte river grill. 

Tuesday Evening, July 25th 

5:30 pm FUN-H2-20 NW MAJESTIC BUBBLE 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 bubbles so bubble wands will be provided to all participants during the Ralston Creek Golf Course break! 

Wednesday, July 26th 

9:00 am FUN-H2-25 NW Meet Dave Noble (home 303-694-2008, 303-906-3163 cell) to ride the Farmer's Highline, Signal Ditch, Brantner Gulch, Platte River, and Grange Hall Creek trails. Lunch afterwards at Cinzzetti’s restaurant. (Directions to start: From I-25 and 104th – exit 221 – go west and take first north/right turn into the Marketplace Shopping Center. Drive north to rear of shopping center and park in front of Cinzzetti’s.) 

Thursday, July 27th 

8:30 a.m., INT-H1/2-15-20 SW – Meet Ellen Chilikas (outdoorsdiva@yahoo.com) at Breckenridge Brewery at 2920 Brewery Lane in Littleton CO 80120. We will do a 20 mile INTERMEDIATE ride into Chatfield reservoir followed by an 11 a.m. tour of the Brewery. YOU MUST PURCHASE TICKETS IN ADVANCE TO COME ON THE BREWERY TOUR - COST IS $3 - the URL is http://www.breckbrew.com/about/tours There are only 20 spots available for each tour - tickets are open to the public and are first come, first served - you must get tickets online before the tour. We will probably have lunch after the tour at their Farmhouse restaurant. 

6:00 pm FUN-H2-16 SE – Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff, just west of Buckley Road, for an early evening ride around Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards, Joy and Gordon McKennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak-to-Peak Tap & Brew (adjacent to Treads) with $1 off your first pint! 

Friday July 28th 

10:00 am INT-20-H3 W Meet Kathy Stommel (719/671-5579) in Frisco, CO in the parking lot for the Frisco Marina. We’ll take the challenging loop around Lake Dillon going in the clockwise direction passing through Dillon then up and over Swan Mountain, descending towards Summit High School to reconnect with the hilly bike path back to Frisco. This is a training ride for participants of the Gems of Pacific Northwest Out of Town Tour, but everyone is welcome. Optional lunch afterwards at the Frisco Marina Restaurant. Directions to Frisco Marina: Drive west from Denver on I-70 to exit 203. At the roundabout, cross the bridge over I-70 heading south; continue on Summit Blvd/Hwy 9 approximately 1.2 miles to the stop light with Main Street, but turn left (east) into the Frisco Marina area. 16 

Saturday, July 29th 

9:00 am FUN- H2-23 NW– Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) for THE HIDDEN GEMS OF ARVADA. We have all experienced the traditional Arvada trails of Ralston Creek, Clear Creek, and Van Bibber. Check out this new route that instead explores the Pomona Lakes, the Arvada Fire Fighter’s Park and other forgotten areas and is guaranteed to be an adventure! Meet at the SE corner of HWY 36 and 104th at the back side of the Quaker State and Lube Restaurant (10392 Reed St., Westminster, CO) by a hidden entrance to a hidden trail where the adventure will begin (and end). Possible lunch at Quaker State and Lube will follow. 

Sunday, July 30th 

9:00 am FUN-H2-22 SW 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, and includes a climb up to the dam at Chatfield State Park. Optional lunch afterward at Merle's Restaurant on Main Street, within 3 blocks of the starting location. 

Monday, July 31st 

9:00 am FUN-H1-26 Central Meet Wayne Tomasello (720-854-8767) at Cuernavaca 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. 


ADVANCE PLANNING RIDES FOR AUGUST 

Wednesday, August 2nd 

8:30 am Leisure/“Roses” H1/H2-17 NE Meet Dave Noble (home 303-694-2008, cell 303-906-3163) for a ride on the Farmer’s Highline, Signal Ditch, and Lee Lateral bike trails and then through Eastlake Park. Lunch will follow at Cinzzetti’s restaurant. Directions to start: From I-25 and 104th – exit 221 – go west and take first north/ right turn into the Marketplace Shopping Center. Drive north to rear of shopping center and park in front of Cinzzetti’s. 

8:30 am FUN-H2-20-NW Arrive early to join Linda Wheeler (419-973-8282) at 5340 Coffee (6474 Ward Rd, Arvada) before riding parts of the Ralston Creek Trail, Interurban Trail, and Van Bibber Trail. Thursday, August 3rd 6:00 pm FUN-H2-16 SE – Join Dick Shelton (720-934-9824) at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff, just west of Buckley Road, for an early evening ride around Cherry Creek State Park. Afterwards, Joy and Gordon McKennon invite you to enjoy refreshments at Peak-to-Peak Tap & Brew (adjacent to Treads) with $1 off your first pint! Ride Leaders: 

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