• CC Riders Monthly Meeting

    Fay Myers Motorcycle World Club Room

    This is the monthly CC Riders Meeting where we go over past rides and events, check out the upcoming ones as well as find out if anyone has a new motorcycle. We also talk about any motorcycle news and laws in Colorado and safety. Check out our Meetup calendar rides and events throughout the riding season. If you have questions, please contact the President of CC Riders at [masked] .

  • 2019 Kickoff Party

    Rock Bottom Brewery

    Our 2019 Kickoff Party will be held at the Rock Bottom Brewery in Englewood Sunday, March 17 (St. Patrick's Day) from 12:30p.m. to 4:00p.m. The price is $10.00 for Club members and $15.00 for non-Club members. Non-Club members will receive a coupon for $5.00, valid through March 31, 2019, that may be used toward the purchase of a membership. Exact change or checks made payable to CC Riders would be greatly appreciated. If you have not renewed your paid membership by Kickoff, you will be able to do so at the party. You will have a choice from four lunch entrees: Fish & Chips, Rock Bottom's Classic Burger, Pulled BBQ Pork Sandwich or Chicken Waldorf Salad. If you have dietary needs that none of these will fit, please contact Lynn when you RSVP to discuss. The price includes unlimited soft drinks, coffee or tea. The Club will pick up the tab for all lunches, taxes, service charges and gratuities for the meal. There will also be a cash bar. If you wish an appetizer or dessert, that will also be your own responsibility-along with any tips/taxes/etc for the cash bar and any other extras you might choose. Our function will be held in the Buffalo Lounge (the same place as previous years). We will hold a drawing for donated prizes from sponsors and members (including the odd and whacky prizes we have come to know and love). If you have a relationship with a sponsor/vendor, please coordinate with them on promotional items appropriate for prizes. If you have something that you would like to donate as a prize, please contact one of the officers or Lynn. The prizes at this event always range from odd to fabulous (skewing towards the odd, as can be expected from this bunch). This is a rain or shine event. Please RSVP by March 7. If you are attending with guests, please note the number of guests in your RSVP. If you have any questions, please contact an officer or Lynn. We will be happy to answer as best as we are able. Let's kick-off the 2019 riding season in style! See you at Kick-Off.

  • Lauer Krauts Lunch and maybe ride

    Lauer Krauts

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  • First Chance to Last Chance

    7-Eleven

    Ride Coordinator: Mike Lozano at[masked] or [masked] Weather can surprise us this early in the season, so prepare accordingly. KSU: 11:00ish We'll be riding East from our starting point then turning south and joining Route 86 East of Elizabeth and following that to I-70. We'll stop in Limon for gas and lunch, then head North to Last Chance and our traditional photo op at the old Dairy King. We'll then head West on Route 36 to Byers a butt break before heading home via I-70.

  • CC Riders Monthly Meeting

    Fay Myers Motorcycle World Club Room

    This is the monthly CC Riders Meeting where we go over past rides and events, check out the upcoming ones as well as find out if anyone has a new motorcycle. We also talk about any motorcycle news and laws in Colorado and safety. Check out our Meetup calendar rides and events throughout the riding season. If you have questions, please contact the President of CC Riders at [masked] .

  • Bikers, Bullets and Burritos

    Centennial Gun Club

    That's right, we as Bikers are going to send a few Bullets at targets and then head out for Burritos, Burgers, Bacon or another "B" named food. This event is for everyone, whether a seasoned veteran with firearms or a first-timer who would like to experience the fun of target shooting in a safe and comfortable setting. The venue for this event is a state-of-the-art indoor shooting range with an obvious emphasis on safety. Trained Range Safety Officers will be on hand to assist you with the automated target system and to answer any firearm handling questions you may have. Timing for this event is as follows: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.- Arrive and complete waivers required by the Gun Club, Check-in. 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.- Target Shooting 2:30 to ?? p.m.- Some food starting with "B" COST: Cost for this event is $19 per person, based on 2 shooters per target lane. If you are a member of the Centennial Gun Club, you will not have to pay the $19 range fee. Should you wish to rent a pistol or purchase ammunition, there will be additional expenses (gun rental=$15 per person per hour plus ammunition). You can bring your own targets or buy them at the range. Cost of targets is between $1 and $2 each. BASIC INFO: *Completion of a Participant Agreement (Waiver) is REQUIRED at the Gun Club. Save yourself some time by completing this document in advance at www.CentennialGunClub.com. On the Gun Club main page select the "Range" tab and then select "Participant Agreement". Also take a few minutes to view the "Range Rules and Safety Video" on their website. If you have been at Centennial Gun Club before and have completed this Agreement, you do not need to submit it again. *When we move into the shooting range, safety eye protection and hearing protection are required. If you have these items, please bring them with you. For those who do not own this equipment, these items are available at the Gun Club for use at no charge. *Those who own firearms are encouraged to bring them. The Club allows up to .50 caliber firearms on the shooting lanes, so just about any type of firearm is permissible. Bring your own ammo or you can purchase it at the Club. *For more information about the Centennial Gun Club, and to get a jump start on the shooting range waiver and safety rules, please visit their website at www.CentennialGunClub.com. If this sounds like your kind of event, please RSVP through Meet Up as usual. If you need more information, contact the organizer through this MeetUp site as well.

  • Fort Vasquez Ride

    Sun Enterprises

    Ride Coordinator: Mark Castleman, (303)[masked] or [masked] Degree of Difficulty: Easy We have our pre-ride meeting at 9:45 and we will leave from Sun Honda 10:00 a.m. Sun opens at 9am so if you arrive early you will have some time to shop.

  • Severance Nut Ride

    IHOP

    Ride Leader: Nancy [masked]), Meet at the IHOP for breakfast at 9:00 a.m. Kickstands go up at 10:00 a.m. Click this link to view the route: https://goo.gl/maps/txnGW6a9upu Bruce's is known for their Rocky Mountain Oysters as well as burgers and steaks. The Swetsville Zoo is still open so suggestion is we stop there to see the creatures. It is less than 15 miles from Bruce's. Ice cream will be an option too. We will then make a determination of what route (back roads or I-25) to head home. Please check the website on Friday. April 26 to make sure the ride is still on because we live in Colorado and it is springtime.

  • Two Lakes Ride

    King Soopers

    Ride Coordinator: Mark Castleman, (303)[masked] or [masked]

  • Fay Myers Block Party

    Fay Myers Motorcycle World Club Room

    Event Coordinator: Mike - (720)[masked] We need volunteers to man the booth. We'll split duties into two shifts: - First shift & Setup: 9:30-1:00 - Second shift and Teardown: 1:00-4:30 Please RSVP if you can help, and what shift you will do.