Team RawHinies - 2021 Calendar of Events - ALL RIDES ARE SHOW AND GO


4/24 - Aspen Grove -  

Park near Aspen Grove Shopping Center in the RTD lot(gravel lot)Hop on your bike and head toward the Carson Nature Center where you can get onto the Platte County Trail. 

Head North or right. Ride as far as you want. When tired, turn around and head back to Aspen Grove.


5/1 - Breckenridge Brewery Ride -

Park in Breckenridge Brewery parking lot (2920 Brewery Lane)Hop on your bike and hit the Platte County Trail. 

Multiple Route Options for All Riders:

Head north or right. Ride as far as you want. If you get to REI and turn back, you’ll ride about 20 miles (great for Sightseers)

Head north or right on the Platte to the Bear Creek Trail then head west. Turn left just before Morrison Rd and ride up into the Bear Creek Golf CourseHere you could turnaround and head back or keep going through Bear Creek and connect to the C470 path. Head south and ride back around to the Platte County Trail near Sante Fe, then head north(left) to Breckenridge Brewery (approximately 34 miles).

Or Head south or left on the Platte and ride to C470 trail then head west(right) and into Chatfield State Park. Exit the park and ride across Wadsworth and head up Deer Creek for a nice climb or hit High Grade for some great hill work.

5/8 - Palmer Lake Sedalia

A gentle incline awaits as we head to Palmer Lake via 105 from Sedalia and we'll race back for a total ride of 10-60+ miles

Parking options abound -  if you want to give Wide Open Saloon a try, park there and order take out when you get back!  They know the RawHinies will be riding so let them know you’re part of the team! The owner will allow a few people, who socially distance, in the parking lot to enjoy a meal after your ride. Bring your own chair.

If you ride Sunday, use the post office parking lot which is just south of the railroadtracks or any other day, just north of the railroad tracks is parking too

Start your ride by heading south on 67 (Manhart St) and make a left at hwy 105.  Ride tilyou want to turn around!!

Bring plenty of water and snacks as there will be no aid stations, and bring some cash to enjoy a burger

5/15 - Castle Pines

Park at RTD park n ride (just east of 25 off of Castle Pines parkway exit , Castle Pines, CO 80108

Multiple options:  Head north on the frontage road to Ridge Gate, go right to Peoria and head north until you hit the C470 Trail.  Can go East to Chambers and take Chambers South to Hess.  Right on Hess and back to the Parking lot.  Can go West to Quebec and then South on Quebec back through Castle Pines and to Monarch and Castle Pines Parkway.  

Head South and to Hess road, Turn left and take Hess to Motsenbocker Rd (which becomes Crowfoot Valley) and ride to Pradera and back. 

Bring plenty of water and snacks as there will be no aid stations.


5/22 - Deer Creek High Grade


Park in the Kohl’s parking lot on Kipling and 470 exit.  Head South on Kipling under the highway and take a right on W. Ute Ave.  That will lead you right to W Deer Creek Canyon Rd.  Ride to the top or until you’re ready to turn around.

High Grade option - Take a left on Deer Creek Rd and Ride to the top to enjoy cookies and Gatorade!  


6/5 - Red Rocks Dinosaur Ridge

Park on the Street at 1313 S Huron St, Denver 80223

Multiple route options to challenge all riders.

Sightseers and Tour Riders

Take Huron St south for 1 block and cross over Platte River Dr where you will catch the Platte Trail south/right to Bear Creek Trail, then head west. Take bike path as far as Fox Hollow Golf Course where you can ride through the course or hop onto Morrison Rd and head west through the town of Morrison. We can not ride into Red Rocks this year as the park is closed. You can add a few miles to your ride by taking a right on Mt Vernon Ave or County Rd 93 and head over Dinosaur Ridge, then take a right on Rooney Rdback to Morrison RdTurn around at any point for a shorter route.


You know where to go and how to get there and back. Many head north toward Lookout Mtn then back by Dinosaur Ridge.

6/12 - M7 Ride

Park on the Street at m7 Business Systems1313 S Huron St, Denver 80223. This ride can easily be adapted for all riders as it’s an out and back so turn around when you’re tired. If you’re looking for an easy ride, stay on the bike path and ride as far as you like

Take Huron St south for 1 block and cross over Platte River Dr where you will catch the Platte Trail head north or left to Mile High Stadium(4.25 miles) go to the left and get on

Stadium Rd, head north or right. Stadium Rd turns into 

Bryant St, then go LEFT on

23rd Ave West, go RIGHT on

Perry St or North, go LEFT on

26th Ave or West, go RIGHT on

Fenton St or North, go LEFT on 

32 Ave or West, on LEFT SIDE of 32nd Ave, go LEFT on

Jackson St, then go right on 

19th to top of Lookout

Bring plenty of water and snacks as there will be no rest area.There are gas stations and restaurants along the way.

6/19 - Idaho Springs - Tributary Ride

This is a beautiful ride along the river from Idaho Springs to Loveland Ski Area or up Guanelle Pass. It is good for all levels of riders, who like some climbing, and is an out and back so turn around when you want.

Park in the public parking lot behind Beau Jo's in Idaho Springs.  They removed the paid parking so it is easy to park there.

From the parking lot head west to 14th Avenue.  

Take it to Colorado Boulevard and turn left.  

Go to the end of town and veer left under the highway onto Stanley Road.  Take Stanley Road to Georgetown and beyond as far as you want to go.  

The path/frontage road goes all the way to Loveland Pass.  

Loveland Pass Route:

Once you go past the visitor center in Georgetown you should follow the Silver Plume Road through the parking lot of the Georgetown Loop Railroad and you will see the bike path at the end of the parking lot.

Guanella Pass Route: Ride through the town of Georgetown and follow the signs to the Guanella Pass Road. This is a challenging climb.

Both routes are mostly uphill going west and downhill coming back.There are restrooms and water at the visitor center in Georgetown. 

6/2 - BIKE MS

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