Don’s Ride Tip: Be prepared. Always carry what you need to fix your bike, yourself, and to get you home.
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Colorado Springs, CO80918
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Celebrate the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Colorado Springs
What: Citizen’s Spoke Ride - A group ride into downtown to enjoy the festivities of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge
Where: Performance Bicycle - Colorado Springs
When: Ride from the store at 10:00am, August 21st and arrive at Acacia Park by 10:45 to participate in Community Ride through Downtown Colorado Springs and watch Stage 4: Colorado Springs Circuit Race. (The return trip to Performance Bicycle is optional as many will leave downtown at varying times.)
Details: Once at Acacia Park, riders can gather at Platte & Tejon to participate in a Free Community Ride through Downtown Colorado Springs from 11:30 am - Noon. The route will feature cycling organizations: USA Cycling members, USA Triathlon members, cycling clubs, BMX clubs, adaptive riding groups, unicycles, etc. Participants are encouraged to wear cycling jerseys, costumes, etc., and use the free bike valet in Acacia Park after the ride.
At 12:50pm Stage 4: Colorado Springs Circuit Race will begin and Citizen's Spoke Ride participants are encouraged to watch the racers of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge as they pass through Downtown Colorado Springs.
The Great Ride Series - Beginner
You’re invited to join our beginner level Saturday morning group ride, starting and ending at Performance Bicycle. The ride is for beginners, those getting back in the saddle, or riders who want to add some variety to their cycling. The ride will last approximately one hour, and will go at an average pace of between 12 and 15 miles per hour. We’ll explore some of the local bike paths and some residential routes, as well. The ride will take place every Saturday morning at 9:00am and is a “No Rider Left Behind” ride. Come out and join us for this fun, non-competitive ride. We can’t wait to see you there.
No-Drop Group Mountain Bike Ride
Meets Saturdays at 10:15 a.m.
Ride starts at 10:30 a.m.
These weekly technical rides in Palmer Park are great for anyone of all skill levels.
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- Medicine Wheel Trail Advocates
Cheyenne Canon up and backs - Road/MTB
Description: Good steep climbing workout on the paved road for road or mountain bikes - do as many as you can!
Difficulty: Intermediate to Advanced
Location: Start at the Visitors Center at the base of Cheyenne Canon Park. Ride up 2.5 miles and 1,000 vertical feet and turn around and fly back down or head north and make it a big loop by descending lower Gold Camp road to Bear Creek Park and back over to the start.
Rampart Reservoir - MTB
**This trail is closed due to fire damage from the Waldo Canyon Fire**
The Big Loop - MTB
Description: 19 miles up, 6 miles down, 3,000 ft cumulative elevation gain - bring lots of water and snacks
Location: Start at the top of Cheyenne Canon. Take old Gold Camp Road 9 miles to Old Stage Road. Old Stage 8 miles to Rosemont Reservoir, turn right on the fire road and go up 2 steep miles to Frosty’s Park. Head down Jones Park or Pipeline 6 miles
Red Rock Open Space & Section 16
Description: Colorado Springs offers a number of Parks and Open Spaces with tons of singletrack therein. A good place to start is the lot on 31st St. just south of Cimarron in the Red Rock Canyon Open Space. A small singletrack runs up from the lot to an old dirt road that is closed to motor vehicles. From there take the Hogback or Codell trails into the open space, where you can accesss a multitude of singletrack trails or Section 16. Before riding these trails it is a good idea to purchase a trail guide for the area. Mountain Biking Colorado Springs from Falcon Guides is a great book for trail information and can be found at Performance Bike Shop.
Difficulty: Various levels
Location: Colorado Springs & Old Colorado City, CO
We recommend that you confirm trail openings and locations with local resources.
Kyle’s Ride Tip: Learn how to change your own flats.