• Tour de Latte (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    E. Fontanero & N. Weber St

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses. COVID-19 Group Event Guidelines: - Rides are open to the public for the first ride, after which you can join here: https://bikesprings.org/join-us . - Groups are limited to 10 people, not including ride leader(s). - You must RSVP on Meetup for each event. If you cannot make the event, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible so the next person on the waiting list can take your place. - Please follow the minimum 6-foot social distancing guideline. - Wear a face mask whenever possible; especially at the start and end of the ride. - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged. - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information. - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike. See our detailed COVID-19 compliance guidelines (https://bikesprings.org/resources/Documents/Colorado%20Springs%20Cycling%20Club%20COVID-19%20Guidelines.pdf). Ride Category: Green (https://www.meetup.com/Colorado-Springs-Cycling-Club/pages/20533423/Bike_Ride_Categories/) The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly. Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet (http://www.bikesprings.org/docs/RiderSignIn.pdf) to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form. Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

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  • Saturday Resort Ride

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    Saturday Resort Rides are sponsored by the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort open to guests and the community 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 9:45 a.m. and we roll out at 10:00 a.m. You must sign the Colorado Springs Cycling Club waiver or the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort waiver please bring a helmet, mask and water and make sure your bike is in good working order. Please also respect social distance.

  • CSCC monthly Board/member meeting

    Online event

    We will have a guest speaker from Ted's Bicycles to discuss bike shop experiences during the pandemic! CSCC members see your email for invite.

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  • Social Distancing Ride

    Online event

    Heading south on the Greenway Trail we’ll cross I-25 then head north ending up on Centennial and coming down Vindicator. A little climbing but nothing steep. 16.6 miles with 700 feet of vertical. COVID-19 Group Event Guidelines: - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us - Groups are limited to 10 people, not including ride leader(s). - You must RSVP on Meetup for each event. If you cannot make the event, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible so the next person on the waiting list can take your place. - Please follow the minimum 6-foot social distancing guideline. - Wear a face mask whenever possible; especially at the start and end of the ride. - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged. - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information. - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike. Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/34428885 Ride Leader: Bob Boyd

  • Tour de Latte (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    E. Fontanero & N. Weber St

    Tour de Latte is a casual ride stopping at different independent coffee houses. October 17 destination is Inertia Coffee on S 8th Street. The route will favor bike trails and bike lanes, mileage projected at about 15 round-trip. COVID-19 Group Event Guidelines: - Rides are open to the public for the first ride, after which you can join here: https://bikesprings.org/join-us . - Groups are limited to 10 people, not including ride leader(s). - You must RSVP on Meetup for each event. If you cannot make the event, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible so the next person on the waiting list can take your place. - Please follow the minimum 6-foot social distancing guideline. - Wear a face mask whenever possible; especially at the start and end of the ride. - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged. - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information. - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike. See our detailed COVID-19 compliance guidelines (https://bikesprings.org/resources/Documents/Colorado%20Springs%20Cycling%20Club%20COVID-19%20Guidelines.pdf). Ride Category: Green (https://www.meetup.com/Colorado-Springs-Cycling-Club/pages/20533423/Bike_Ride_Categories/) The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly. Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet (http://www.bikesprings.org/docs/RiderSignIn.pdf) to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form. Contact: Sara Hill Phone:[masked]

  • Saturday Resort Ride

    Location visible to members

    Saturday Resort Rides are sponsored by the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort open to guests and the community 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 9:45 a.m. and we roll out at 10:00 a.m. You must sign the Colorado Springs Cycling Club waiver or the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort waiver please bring a helmet, mask and water and make sure your bike is in good working order. Please also respect social distance.

  • Socail Distancing Ride

    Online event

    Last time we didn’t finish this route because of the weather so let’s try it again! Leaving from Legacy Plaza off Fontanero We’ll ride up the Pikes Peak Greenway across Woodmen and through the Thunderbird Estates subdivision. We’ll return down Mark Dabling Blvd. 15.8 miles and 535 feet of climbing. COVID-19 Group Event Guidelines: - Rides open to the public for their first ride. Join at https://bikesprings.org/join-us - Groups are limited to 10 people, not including ride leader(s). - You must RSVP on Meetup for each event. If you cannot make the event, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible so the next person on the waiting list can take your place. - Please follow the minimum 6-foot social distancing guideline. - Wear a face mask whenever possible; especially at the start and end of the ride. - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged. - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information. - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike. Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/34250664 Ride Leader: Bob Boyd

  • Tour de Latte (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    E. Fontanero & N. Weber St

    From Bob Boyd. Tomorrow We'll be cruising out to Black Bear on the south side of town. Here’s the route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/34376293 See you all tomorrow! COVID-19 Group Event Guidelines: - Rides are open to the public for the first ride, after which you can join here: https://bikesprings.org/join-us . - Groups are limited to 10 people, not including ride leader(s). - You must RSVP on Meetup for each event. If you cannot make the event, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible so the next person on the waiting list can take your place. - Please follow the minimum 6-foot social distancing guideline. - Wear a face mask whenever possible; especially at the start and end of the ride. - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged. - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information. - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike. See our detailed COVID-19 compliance guidelines (https://bikesprings.org/resources/Documents/Colorado%20Springs%20Cycling%20Club%20COVID-19%20Guidelines.pdf). Ride Category: Green (https://www.meetup.com/Colorado-Springs-Cycling-Club/pages/20533423/Bike_Ride_Categories/) The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly. Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet (http://www.bikesprings.org/docs/RiderSignIn.pdf) to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form. Contact: Bob Boyd Phone:[masked]

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  • Saturday Resort Ride

    Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort

    Saturday Resort Rides are sponsored by the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort open to guests and the community 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 9:45 a.m. and we roll out at 10:00 a.m. You must sign the Colorado Springs Cycling Club waiver or the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort waiver please bring a helmet, mask and water and make sure your bike is in good working order. Please also respect social distance.

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  • Tour de Latte (Off Season Show-n-Go)

    E. Fontanero & N. Weber St

    From Bob Boyd. Tomorrow We'll be cruising out to Black Bear on the south side of town. Here’s the route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/34376293 See you all tomorrow! COVID-19 Group Event Guidelines: - Rides are open to the public for the first ride, after which you can join here: https://bikesprings.org/join-us . - Groups are limited to 10 people, not including ride leader(s). - You must RSVP on Meetup for each event. If you cannot make the event, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible so the next person on the waiting list can take your place. - Please follow the minimum 6-foot social distancing guideline. - Wear a face mask whenever possible; especially at the start and end of the ride. - Bring your own food, water, spare tube, tire repair kit, etc. Equipment sharing is discouraged. - Instead of passing the sign-up sheet, the ride leader will record your name and contact information. - Helmets are to be worn whenever you are riding the bike. See our detailed COVID-19 compliance guidelines (https://bikesprings.org/resources/Documents/Colorado%20Springs%20Cycling%20Club%20COVID-19%20Guidelines.pdf). Ride Category: Green (https://www.meetup.com/Colorado-Springs-Cycling-Club/pages/20533423/Bike_Ride_Categories/) The Tour de Latte is designed as a casual social ride around Colorado Springs on Saturday mornings, each week stopping at a different independent coffee house. It is always a no drop, led social ride, with posting at corners and sweeps designated. During the off-season (October-April), the Latte Ride distance will vary depending on weather and ride participants, but the speed will always be casual (8-10 mph average). If you are interested in riding, please RSVP so we can plan accordingly. Since it is off-season, I may not always be available to ride. I will post in the comments if I am going, so watch for that. If I am not riding, but you wish to, please download and print a sign-in sheet (http://www.bikesprings.org/docs/RiderSignIn.pdf) to have everyone sign before the ride. You can mail or email the sign-in sheet to the address on the form. Contact: Bob Boyd Phone:[masked]