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

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

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

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.


  • If Denver Bike Night is the world’s largest weekly slow-roll, then Longmont Bike Night is the world’s largest weekly FAMILY-FRIENDLY Bike Night! Way to go Brad Evans and all the DCR hooligans.

  • We love to do the Denver Cruiser Ride and throw our own version out of Green Guru Gear in Boulder, CO every warm Thursday evening. It is a smaller ride, but still tons of fun. The whole ride if pretty much either on dedicated bike paths or bike lanes making it really safe, mellow and fun to get out. Not to mention the dance party stops at parks along the way with music bikes are a blast!

  • Enjoy Denver, Detroit has been watching. is coming!

    • Detroit we are all about getting more people on bikes. If it’s 30 or 30,000. How can we help?

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