The Triple Bypass Ride

The Triple Bypass Bicycle Event is July 11th and 12th, 2015 and  is recognized as one of the premier cycling events in the country.  Celebrating the 27th Anniversary of the Triple Bypass Bicycle Ride, the Triple offers two days of cycling through the beautiful scenery of the Colorado Rockies.

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Ride Information

Mark your calendar. The 2015 Triple Bypass Bicycle Ride is July 11-12, 2015.

The application window is January 2-9, 2015. ( go to )


Want to try the Triple but don’t know if this the year you can complete the whole thing? The Triple Relay allows three riders to combine efforts and each conquer a pass, from Avon to Copper, Copper to Georgetown, or the anchor position of Georgetown to Evergreen. All relay riders receive a jersey, support, and the finish line dinner and party in Evergreen.

Either day

Riders may select to ride Saturday or Sunday. The course is identical, just reverse. If you like longer hills with less slope, then the Saturday ride is more suited for you. On Sunday the hills are a little shorter in miles, but the % grade is a little higher, still well under 10%. The start and finish elevations are within 200 feet of each other, so the ride is very similar in difficulty each day..


for our dedicated Double riders in 2015, they will receive their own unique jersey, exclusive vehicle support provided by Prestige Audi, additional gear bag drop-off to Loveland, enhanced amenities at the aid stations and exclusive post-ride recovery from Denver Sports Recovery. There is no reason not to give the infamous Double a shot this year – we’ll take care of you along the way. Vail Daily article about the Double.

Triple Bypass Photo

2015 Triple Bypass Ride Overview

The Triple Bypass Bicycle Ride is recognized as one of the premier cycling events for those who DARE! Celebrating the 27th Anniversary of the Triple Bypass Bicycle Ride, the Triple offers two days of enjoying the beautiful scenery Rocky Mountains on your bike. On Saturday July 11th, 2015, the Triple Bypass ride heads WEST from Evergreen and concludes in Avon over three mountain passes. The ride is 120 miles from Evergreen (Bergen Park) over Juniper Pass (11,140 ft.), Loveland Pass (11,990 ft.), Swan Mountain and Vail Pass (10,560 ft.), concluding in Avon. The ride has over 10,000 ft. of challenging elevation gain! On Sunday July 12th, the Triple Bypass heads EAST, starting in Avon, over 3 mountain passes, ending in Evergreen. For those truly interested in a heart-pounding experience, riders are able to complete both ride days in the “Double Triple Bypass.” With two ride days the total number of available entries is 5,000. 3,500 riders will be on the road Saturday, and up to 2,500 riders on Sunday. 1,000 riders will be riding both days as Double Triple Bypass riders.

These are the options for riding the 2015 Triple Bypass

Triple Bypass Ride Route Date Distance Ride Fee Rider Cap
Triple Bypass Ride – One-day ride -Saturday Evergreen to Avon Saturday, July 11, 2015 120-miles
10,000 ft. elevation gain
$150 3,500
Includes Double riders
Triple Bypass Ride – One day ride -Sunday Avon to Evergreen Sunday, July 12, 2015 120-miles
10,000 ft. elevation gain
$150 2,500
Includes Double riders
Double Triple Bypass – Two day ride -Saturday & Sunday Evergreen to Avon and Avon to Evergreen Saturday, July 11 & Sunday, July 12, 2015 240 miles
20,000 ft. elevation
$275 1,000
Sunday Relay
Avon to Evergreen Sunday, July 12, 2015 Stage 1) Avon to Copper Mtn
Stage 2) Copper Mtn to Georgetown
Stage 3) Georgetown to Evergreen
Relay team leader pays $375 (3 stages, $125/rider) Max of 100 Relay Teams

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Triple Bypass Sponsors

Prestige Imports - Porche - Audi

Registration opens in January