Group Rides

Participate in group rides throughout the summer! Host your own, or join a ride led by Way to Go’s partners.

RideWhenWhereDetails
Bike to Work Day Downtown Denver Group RideWednesday, June 26 6:45 a.m.Confluence Park 2250 15th St., Denver, CO 80202Join Bicycle Colorado and Downtown Denver Partnership on a group ride the morning of Bike to Work Day. Visit three downtown stations and show Denver how important bikes are to the community! Sign up here.
The Extra Mile Thursday Night Group RidesEvery Thursday from April – September 5:30 p.m. or 6:00 p.m.The Extra Mile 126 West 4th St., Loveland, CO 80538Join weekly rides in Loveland with two route options. The more advanced, longer ride (20-30+ miles) kick off at 5:30 p.m. The more casual ride (usually 8-15 miles) starts at 6 p.m. After the ride, meet back at the shop, Berthoud Brewery, Capital Tacos or Fat Shack for food, drinks and hanging! Contact organizers through Facebook or Instagram for more information.
Lookout WeekMonday, June 27 – 31 6:00 a.m.Lookout Mountain 2151 Lookout Mountain Rd., Golden, CO 80401Meet at the bottom of Lookout Mountain every day during the week of Bike to Work Day! Start at the “Pillars” (two large pillars at the bottom of the hill) and climb about 1,300 feet over a 4.5 mile distance with about a 5% elevation gain. Make friends and enjoy iconic Colorado scenery! Contact Andrew Phillips at andrew@ajp-law.com with questions.
Bike to Work Day Cheesman Park Group RideWednesday, June 26 6:30 a.m.Cheesman Park 1599 East 8th Ave., Denver, CO 80218Meet Fems and Thems, and All Bodies on Bikes Denver at the pavilion at Cheesman Park, and hit as many Bike to Work Day stations as you can! Contact Erin Kirby at erin.kirby93@gmail.com with questions. Follow the event on social.
Colorado History Ride – Transit in DenverWednesday, June 5 5:30 p.m.Civic Center Park - Bannock Street PaseoVisit transit landmarks in downtown Denver on this ride hosted by the Regional Transportation District and Colorado History Rides. Learn about the history of transit in the Denver Metro and how to incorporate transit into bike trips. The route is a six-mile loop and will be ridden at a casual pace. The free ride is offered to participants of all abilities. Sign up here. Contact organizer Brandon Figliolino at brandon.figliolino@denver-rtd.com.

Group ride tips and etiquette

  • Communication is key – Point out hazards in the road, signal when you are stopping or turning, and call out “car back” or “car up” if a car is coming up behind or in front of the group.
  • Follow the rules of the road – Keep everyone safe by following local traffic laws for cyclists.
  • Be prepared – Bring a spare tube and tools needed in case you get a flat and a bike lock any time you leave your bike unattended. Cyclists are required by law to have front and rear lights before sunrise and after sunset.

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