Explore Denver by bike and let the good times roll! Making cycling fun, convenient and safe is what the Denver Century Ride is all about. The aid stations located every 20 miles or so feature a variety of fresh fruit, salty snacks, sweet treats, endurance nutrition products, energy drinks and water. The long-distance routes offer a full fresh lunch. Our renowned Michelob Ultra Post Ride Street Party features pumping music, great food, a beer garden, bike valet, and more. You'll be handed an ice-cold beer as you cross the Finish line, then refuel and recharge with a meal and drink in the shaded seating area.
Four routes vary from a flat, sociable 25 miles to 50, 85, or the challenging 100-mile century. All routes start and finish at the Shops at Northfield just north of I-70 and Quebec. They all head south and west, along beautiful Montview Boulevard to City Park, then on to Coors Field and the first aid station at REI and Confluence Park. From there they all loop back. The 25-mile ride cruises past Mile High Stadium and Cheesman Park, while the 100-miler tackles the famous Lookout Mountain climb from the old Coors Classic race.
The Denver Century Ride website is your source for all the details on the routes, registration, and more.
The Woohoomanity Challenge is a Charitable Affiliate of the Denver Century Ride. The Woohoo focuses on fundraising for Rotary and leaves it to the experts at the Denver Century to manage all of the logistics for one of the West's premier cycling events. The Denver Century Ride is proving to be a great partner... they're Rotarians at heart! If you see them at the event, give them a big "Thank You"!