Bicycle Aurora
Aurora, Colorado

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Bicycle Aurora
Our Mission

To promote the implementation of bicycle trails in Aurora according to the Aurora Bike Plan.

To study and recommend future improvements to the Aurora Bike Plan.
To lobby public and private groups to adopt and implement the Aurora Bike Plan.
To rally Aurora citizens and groups to promote the Aurora Bike Plan.
To advise Aurora City Government on ways to make bicycle trails in Aurora safer and friendlier for all citizens.
To introduce citizens to the existing and planned Aurora bicycle trail system.

Club meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM in the 4th Floor Eagle Room,  Aurora Municipal Center, 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy -- Aurora, CO 80012. All bicycle riders and enthusiasts are welcome. Call 303-699-9260 for more information.

 2014 Ride Schedule

Saturday, May 17th - Season Opening Ride - 9:00am

Join Tom and Carol for a relaxing 16 mile ride around Cherry Creek State Park. Mostly flat on concrete or asphalt with plenty of rest facilities.

Saturday, May 31st - Colorado Freedom Memorial - 9:00am

Gary will lead an easy 16-mile ride along the Highline Canal to the Colorado Freedom Memorial. Mid-ride rest stop at Beck Recreation Center.

Saturday, June 7th - Geocache - 9:00am

Celebrate National Trails Day with Max and Jen searching for hidden geocaches. Approximately 14 miles; GPS Receiver not required.

Saturday, June 14th - Three Creeks - 9:00am

Dick will lead a 16-mile ride along Toll Gate and Unnamed Creeks then an eastward extension to Coal Creek - site of the future Triple Creek Trail. Includes one Flat 14er climb on the Conservatory West Trail.

Wednesday, June 25th - Colorado Bike to Work Day - 6:30am to 9:00am

Join your fellow bicycle commuters celebrating Colorado Bike to Work Day. Stop at the Treads or Aurora PROS stations for light refreshments.

Saturday, June 28th - Art in Aurora - 9:30am

Michelle has planned a ride to visit several outdoor art exhibits in Aurora. Co-sponsored by the Aurora Art in Public Places Program and including brief background information about the artist and their creations. Starts from Horseshoe Park, 2125 South Kittredge Way. Link to the Arts Commission webpage. 15 miles - all on paved trails.

Unless noted above, meet at Treads Bicycle Outfitters, 16701 East Iliff Ave, just West of Buckley Road.  Ride pace is family oriented, helmets are required, dress for the weather, and remember to bring water, sunblock, etc.    Phone: 303-699-9260

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