• Trails Day Family Ride

    Majestic View Nature Center

    Trails Day is the first Saturday of June and we're celebrating with a family ride! The Family Ride will be a 4.5 mile ride on trails and bike friendly streets. You will be on seldom used trails and see places in Arvada that you never knew existed. Click here for the route map: http://bikefriendlyarvada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BFA-5-Trails-Day-Family-Ride.pdf What to bring: Your bike (in good working condition) Water (preferably a water bottle or camelback) Your helmet Sunscreen Sunglasses (recommended to keep bugs and sunlight out of your eyes) Weather appropriate clothing A great attitude and sense of adventure

  • Trails Day Rec Ride

    Majestic View Nature Center

    Trails Day is the first Saturday of June - come check out Arvada's trails! The Rec Ride is a 15 mile ride and has a new route this year. You will be on bike friendly streets and follow the Van Bibber Creek and Ralston Creek Trails. There will be some great views as you head west and then return downhill to the start. Click here for the route map: http://bikefriendlyarvada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BFA-6-Trails-Day-Rec-Ride.pdf What to bring: Your bike (in good working condition) Water (preferably a water bottle or camelback) Your helmet Sunscreen Sunglasses (recommended to keep bugs and sunlight out of your eyes) Weather appropriate clothing A great attitude and sense of adventure

  • Rocky Mountain Greenway Ride

    Thomson Elementary School

    This Rec Ride is 18.5 miles and will follow a portion of the completed RM Greenway Trail from Thomson ES on Harlan, northwest to just short of Indiana St. Great views of the front range. Ride on mostly trails, some are crusher fines, some paved. Click here for the route map: http://bikefriendlyarvada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BFA-7-RM-Greenway-Trail-Rec-Ride.pdf What to bring: Your bike (in good working condition) Water (preferably a water bottle or camelback) Your helmet Sunscreen Sunglasses (recommended to keep bugs and sunlight out of your eyes) Weather appropriate clothing A great attitude and sense of adventure

  • Road Ride

    The Bicycle Shack LLC

    Let's hit the road! For those that need a ride away from trail users, try this Rec Road Ride. It’s a new route, a 24 mile counter clockwise loop on well frequented road bike routes to Golden and Crown Hill and G-line and back to West Woods. Look at new bikes in the Shack after the ride. Click here for the route map: http://bikefriendlyarvada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BFA-8-Road-Ride.pdf What to bring: Your bike (in good working condition) Water (preferably a water bottle or camelback) Your helmet Sunscreen Sunglasses (recommended to keep bugs and sunlight out of your eyes) Weather appropriate clothing A great attitude and sense of adventure

  • Candelas Ride

    14967 Candelas Pkwy

    Check out the new trails in Candelas with a brand new BFA ride. Start at the King Soopers and ride the length of Candelas and then return for a ten mile ride. See new trails, new houses, parks, new people and great views. Click here for the route map: http://bikefriendlyarvada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BFA-9-Candelas-Rec-Ride.pdf What to bring: Your bike (in good working condition) Water (preferably a water bottle or camelback) Your helmet Sunscreen Sunglasses (recommended to keep bugs and sunlight out of your eyes) Weather appropriate clothing A great attitude and sense of adventure

  • Ice Cream Family Ride

    Olde Town Hub Parking Garage Roof

    This will be a 5 mile ride on trails and bike friendly streets. We’ll leave from the roof of the new Olde Town Hub parking garage head east on Grandview, west on the Ralston Creek Trail and back east on 57th to Scrumptious for ice cream all around. Click here for the route map: http://bikefriendlyarvada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BFA-10-Ice-Cream-Family-Ride.pdf What to bring: Your bike (in good working condition) Water (preferably a water bottle or camelback) Your helmet Sunscreen Sunglasses (recommended to keep bugs and sunlight out of your eyes) Weather appropriate clothing A great attitude and sense of adventure

  • Ride to Buffalo Bill's Day Parade in Golden

    Van Bibber Open Space

    This ride heads west to Golden and is timed to arrive just before the Buffalo Bill’s Day parade begins. We will watch for a while and then head back to Van Bibber Park, or you can stay in Golden and enjoy the festivities. Click here for the route map: http://bikefriendlyarvada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BFA-11-Ride-to-Buffalo-Bill-Parade.pdf What to bring: Your bike (in good working condition) Water (preferably a water bottle or camelback) Your helmet Sunscreen Sunglasses (recommended to keep bugs and sunlight out of your eyes) Weather appropriate clothing A great attitude and sense of adventure

  • Tri City Ride

    Gold Strike Park

    This is a 17 mile loop on Clear Creek, Little Dry Creek and Ralston Creek Trails which visits the three cities of Denver, Westminster and Arvada. There is a gradual elevation gain of 750 feet in the first 11 miles and then a 6 mile downhill back to the beginning. Click here for the route map: http://bikefriendlyarvada.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BFA-12-Tri-City-Rec-Ride.pdf What to bring: Your bike (in good working condition) Water (preferably a water bottle or camelback) Your helmet Sunscreen Sunglasses (recommended to keep bugs and sunlight out of your eyes) Weather appropriate clothing A great attitude and sense of adventure