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Saturday, June 25th:


8:45AM (WAS 9:30 AM) FUN PLUS-H3-24-Frisco (Elevation Gain = 1171’) Meet Jeff Krinsky (720-373-9107) and Suzy Ward (720-355-3268) for THE FREE ICE CREAM TOUR OF LAKE DILLON. We will meet at the Summit Middle School parking lot in Frisco and ride the multi-use trail around Lake Dillon toward Keystone. We will then climb the Swan Mountain bike path to the top and enjoy the incredible view after which we will enjoy the fabulous downhill toward Frisco, completing a circle back to Frisco where DBTC will purchase ice cream for all riders at the Foote Sweet Shoppe. Directions to Summit Middle School, 158 School Rd, Frisco: Drive westbound from Denver on I-70 to Exit 203, and take the roundabout exit that leads south onto the bridge crossing I-70. Continue south on Summit Blvd. (Hwy 9) for .8 miles to the stoplight intersection of School Rd. & CR 1040. Turn left onto School Rd., and look for DBTC members in the parking lot.

Monday, June 27th:  Route change due to chipsealing

8:30 AM LEISURE  H1-22 NW Oskar Blues to Sandstone Ranch Wishbone.  Meet Marcy Rodney (720-985-3403 cell, no voicemail, call or text only) at Oskar Blues Homemade Liquids and Solids, 1555 Hover St, Longmont. Park on the north end. This will be a ride mostly on paved trail, with brief stretch of gravel and road. We head east on the Left Hand and St. Vrain Greenways  to the 19th century Sandstone Ranch, where we'll pause to admire the view.  We head west to Golden Ponds, staying on the St. Vrain path with a 1 mile detour on city streets, then return to Oskar Blues, a great place for our optional lunch. Bring a snack for the Sandstone Ranch pause, and money for lunch. There are lots of restaurants, gas stations, etc., in the area if you need a bathroom stop before starting the ride.

Monday, June 27th:

9:00AM FUN/FUN PLUS-H2-25-NW Meet Merri Bruntz (303-517-9781) at Anderson Park (44th & Field) for a ride west on the Clear Creek Trail to Easley Rd, which we will take to the Ralston Creek Trail.  We will then ride the entire length of the Ralston Creek Trail returning via the Clear Creek Trail and back to the park.  Bring a sack lunch for a picnic afterward.




11 days/10 nights - Thursday, May 26 - Sunday, June 5, 2022

2022 PURE MICHIGAN Itinerary.txt


SALIDA ART WALK WEEKEND June 23 - 26, 2022

Salida 2022 Announcement-2.pdf



The Denver Bicycle Touring Club (DBTC), a non-profit corporation run by volunteers, is the original bicycling club of the Denver Metro area.

The Mission Statement of the Denver Bicycle Touring Club is to:

Organize and sponsor all levels of rides for bicycling enthusiasts.

Promote recreational and commuter cycling, bicycle safety, and bicycling education to the general public;

Advocate and support bicycling routes with local governments in the Denver Metro area;


DBTC COVID-19 Ride Policy Update

COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death. Older adults and people with underlying medical conditions are at higher risk. In order to provide safe and enjoyable riding, DBTC encourages all riders to continue following CDC guidelines: wear a mask; wash hands frequently; bring and use hand sanitizer on rides; leave plenty of space between each bicycle when riding; avoid large gatherings and physical contact with others; and avoid sharing water, food, and personal items. At your earliest convenience and allowable time, please get vaccinated.

COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death.

COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death.


DBTC Ride With GPS (RWGPS) Club Account

As a DBTC Active member, take advantage of this benefit that provides you with tools for creating, storing, managing and using bike routes.  DBTC's group of Route Managers continues to build a RWGPS database of bike routes as they become available.  Your participation using this benefit is strictly voluntary.  Click on the "Ride With GPS" homepage menu item and learn how to set up and use this benefit!

Find more information on RWGPS at the following two web pages:


DBTC is not currently producing or selling maps wholesale. Current members may request a 2019 DBTC map from Board member Marilyn Choske for a small donation. New members receive a free 2019 DBTC map in the mail after joining the Club.

COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death.


COVID-19 is a very contagious disease that can cause severe illness and death.


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