Denver Bike Night – World’s Largest Slow Ride

The weekly event, running May to October, is the largest slow ride in the world.

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Denver Bike Night is the largest weekly slow ride in the world. The season starts in mid-May and continues until October. The ride has an excited, fun-loving following and always welcomes new participants. Denver Bike Night also acts extensively as a bike advocacy event, encouraging people to bike ethically and safely.

WHEN Wednesday nights with a 7 pm meet up and 8:45 pm ride. From May 14 to October
WHERE Various locations in Denver, CO
COST Free
WEBSITE denvercruiserride.com

WHERE TO STAY
The historic The Oxford Hotel is a ten-minute walk from Denver’s downtown core.

HOW TO GET A BIKE
Denver B-cycle has 84 bike share stations throughout the city. The Bicycle Dr. also offers city bikes and cruisers for rent.

OTHER ACTIVITIES
A day trip to the Red Rocks Amphitheatre yields all of the amazing mountain views that Denver is known for, without a physically grueling trip. The Denver Art Museum is another must-see.

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