Get ready, another great season on the bike is coming your way. Beginning from Launch Espresso in Golden, our first ride will be a nice and easy 35ish miles out to Chatfield and a bit beyond. Be sure to sign the online waiver and show up a few minutes early to get fueled up with some Launch coffee. Let’s hope for the weather gods to shine down on us, but keep an eye on the calendar and the TE Club Facebook page for updates.
Team Evergreen Cycling is proud to produce the Triple Bypass and Mount Evans Hill Climb, but we also offer a calendar chock full of rides and trips to keep you entertained. Welcome to all levels, it’s a great perk of being a member. We sometimes can offer discounts to Team members (check out Ride the Rockies or Kokopelli) so check in with the leaders and join us on an outing.
Ride from Grand Junction, Colorado to Moab, Utah through some of the most scenic and remote stretches of pavement in the west. You will pass through many historic sites as you roll through the Unaweep Canyon, Gateway, and Paradox winding your way along the Dolores River.
Explore canyons of the Southwest, view wildlife, and experience the hut-to-hut convenience on this 3 day 2 night tour. You’ll ride approximately 165 miles (55/day) along some of the wildest paved roads in the west.
Join TE Board member Bob Campbell on an adventure of a lifetime!
The Hayduke Trail MTB Tour, (a.k.a. the Trans-Utah), is one of the American West’s ultimate point-to-point off-road MTB tours. The route starts near Kanab, Utah and ends in Moab, Utah. The route explores southern Utah’s world renowned “back-of-beyond” landscapes, including the new Bear’s Ears National Monument, while crossing only three paved roads in 440-miles of riding.
Three nights and four days riding the famous Kokopelli Trail from Fruita to Moab. Join South Park Adventure Guides as they take care of you, your gear and your ego. $495 – what a deal!
Join Kathy and crew to help support the Buena Vista community and go for a spectacular ride. There are four ride options, all with views of the Arkansas River and Collegiate Peaks.
The lovely century route goes north to Leadville, then climbs around Turquoise Lake Road and the historic Mineral Belt Trail before returning to Buena Vista. It’s a good early season ride, as nearly all of the climbing is completed over the first 60 miles. NEW: there’s an 80-mile short cut, in case you’re not quite ready for the full 100.
Kathy and Morgan are leading up the Team as we venture into another week of spectacular riding on the 2019 Ride the Rockies. We will have tent space, theme days, a special jersey, and beer and food at the finish. Sign up with Team Evergreen and get in at a reduced price. Contact Kathy at firstname.lastname@example.org or Morgan at email@example.com for more info.
Register at www.triplebypass.org