• ModC Carpool to Parker

    Dublin Boulevard & Peterson Road

  • Mod C Ride / Parker Edition

    Salisbury Equestrian Park

    Mod C stands for moderate casual meaning between 10 and 13 mph, 15 to 30 some miles and a no drop ride. We’ll explore our area on bicycles and have some fun together.
    We have a FIELD TRIP this week! The Mod C ride will leave at 9:30 AM THURSDAY from the Salisbury Equestrian and Sports park. We will ride the Cherry Creek trail for at least 20 miles, and if time permits explore the NEW East-West trail in Douglas County. URL's describing both are below:
    https://www.douglas.co.us/dcoutdoors/trails/regional-trails/cherry-creek-regional-trail/

    https://www.douglas.co.us/dcoutdoors/trails/regional-trails/east-west-regional-trail/

    Cherry Creek trail is mostly paved with some sections of packed gravel and the East-West trail is packed gravel only so slightly wider tires are recommended.

    ***Let's carpool from the Sand Creek Trailhead at the Northwest corner of Dublin and Peterson Rd (across from fire station 21). Carpool meets at 8 am. See the Car Pool to Parker event!

    Also, bring plenty of water and supplies even though the trail goes through town (restrooms are available however) nothing else is adjacent to the trail. We can go to lunch in downtown Parker afterwards!.

  • Saturday Resort Ride - Glen Eyrie Castle Blodgett Red Leg

    Location visible to members

    Torie will be leading this week’s ride thru the Castle grounds up Centennial to Blodgett Peak and back to Red Leg for a drink stop. Saturday Resort Rides leave from the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort and are an official ride of the Colorado Springs Cycling Club.

    First Saturday’s we ride to Glen Eyrie Castle by special permission.

    Two guided rides will be run each week provided there are volunteers to lead them otherwise we meet as one group as a show and go. We offer a Blue/Black level ride for riders who want to push it hard and a Blue level ride for riders who want a medium paced exercise ride. We will also provide option for a self-led Black ride for adventurous types who like to set their own pace and improvise.

    Sign in begins at 8:15 a.m. and we roll out at 8:30 a.m.

  • Tour de Latte

    E. Fontanero & N. Weber St

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at a different independent coffee house each week.

    Ride Category: Green (https://bikesprings.org/About-Rides-and-Events)

    Over the course of the summer, the ride will gradually increase in distance and difficulty, always maintaining an easy pace (8-10 mpg average) and regrouping occasionally.

    The Latte Ride is designed to be shorter and easier (10-12 miles) early in the season and building to be longer and more difficult (15 - 20+ miles with more hills) toward the end of the season. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated.

    Rider Guideline highlights:
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged.
    - Bring a face mask to wear at the coffee stop ... businesses can choose to require masks or not and we will not be verifying beforehand.
    - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information.

    Contact: Sara Hill
    Phone:[masked]

  • Mod C Ride to Falcon

    Sons of Norway in Colorado Springs

    Let's ride to Falcon or parts thereby... Anyway meet at the Viking Lodge Parking Lot and we'll go north through Cimarron Hills and eastern Colorado Springs and then follow the bike path to Falcon and back on 24 unless there is too much construction then we'll just double back. Route details are TBD. I'm flexible about the route as always

    THe Mod C ride stands for moderate casual. We'll ride and explore the area we live in while having fun on the bike... Different start locations every week...

  • Saturday Resort Ride - Broadmoor & Zoo

    Location visible to members

    Torie will be leading this week’s ride. Saturday Resort Rides leave from the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort and are an official ride of the Colorado Springs Cycling Club.

    First Saturday’s we ride to Glen Eyrie Castle by special permission.

    Two guided rides will be run each week provided there are volunteers to lead them otherwise we meet as one group as a show and go. We offer a Blue/Black level ride for riders who want to push it hard and a Blue level ride for riders who want a medium paced exercise ride. We will also provide option for a self-led Black ride for adventurous types who like to set their own pace and improvise.

    Sign in begins at 8:15 a.m. and we roll out at 8:30 a.m.

  • Tour de Latte

    E. Fontanero & N. Weber St

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at a different independent coffee house each week.

    Ride Category: Green (https://bikesprings.org/About-Rides-and-Events)

    Over the course of the summer, the ride will gradually increase in distance and difficulty, always maintaining an easy pace (8-10 mpg average) and regrouping occasionally.

    The Latte Ride is designed to be shorter and easier (10-12 miles) early in the season and building to be longer and more difficult (15 - 20+ miles with more hills) toward the end of the season. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated.

    Rider Guideline highlights:
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged.
    - Bring a face mask to wear at the coffee stop ... businesses can choose to require masks or not and we will not be verifying beforehand.
    - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information.

    Contact: Sara Hill
    Phone:[masked]

  • Saturday Resort Ride - Manitou

    Location visible to members

    Torie will be leading this week’s ride. Saturday Resort Rides leave from the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort and are an official ride of the Colorado Springs Cycling Club.

    First Saturday’s we ride to Glen Eyrie Castle by special permission.

    Two guided rides will be run each week provided there are volunteers to lead them otherwise we meet as one group as a show and go. We offer a Blue/Black level ride for riders who want to push it hard and a Blue level ride for riders who want a medium paced exercise ride. We will also provide option for a self-led Black ride for adventurous types who like to set their own pace and improvise.

    Sign in begins at 8:15 a.m. and we roll out at 8:30 a.m.

  • Tour de Latte

    E. Fontanero & N. Weber St

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at a different independent coffee house each week.

    Ride Category: Green (https://bikesprings.org/About-Rides-and-Events)

    Over the course of the summer, the ride will gradually increase in distance and difficulty, always maintaining an easy pace (8-10 mpg average) and regrouping occasionally.

    The Latte Ride is designed to be shorter and easier (10-12 miles) early in the season and building to be longer and more difficult (15 - 20+ miles with more hills) toward the end of the season. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated.

    Rider Guideline highlights:
    - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike.
    - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged.
    - Bring a face mask to wear at the coffee stop ... businesses can choose to require masks or not and we will not be verifying beforehand.
    - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information.

    Contact: Sara Hill
    Phone:[masked]

  • Saturday Resort Ride - Criterium Lunch stop

    Location visible to members

    Torie will be leading this week’s ride. Saturday Resort Rides leave from the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort and are an official ride of the Colorado Springs Cycling Club.

    First Saturday’s we ride to Glen Eyrie Castle by special permission.

    Two guided rides will be run each week provided there are volunteers to lead them otherwise we meet as one group as a show and go. We offer a Blue/Black level ride for riders who want to push it hard and a Blue level ride for riders who want a medium paced exercise ride. We will also provide option for a self-led Black ride for adventurous types who like to set their own pace and improvise.

    Sign in begins at 8:15 a.m. and we roll out at 8:30 a.m.