Denver B-Cycle Partners With Denver Century Ride

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Media Contacts:
Mark Stevens
mstevens@ecentral.com
720-328-5488 (office); 303-495-8699 (cell)

May 25, 2017

News Release

Denver B-Cycle Partners With Denver Century Ride

Denver B-cycle today announced a two-year partnership with Coldwell Banker Denver Century Ride, taking place this year on Saturday, June 17 along four courses that each feature excellent bike routes around the Denver metro area.  All four of the route options—100 miles, 85 miles, 50 miles and 25 miles—begin and end at The Shops at Northfield Stapleton (8340 Northfield Blvd.), are fully supported, and allow cyclists to discover Denver by bike as they wind through the city.

“The Denver Century Ride showcases how much progress Denver is making as an urban bike city,” said Denver B-cycle executive director Nick Bohnenkamp. “The routes feature some of our best infrastructure and how to get around.  The Century Ride also benefits bicycle organizations that are playing a key role in the ongoing improvements to the region’s bicycle infrastructure—and culture—we appreciate their vision and commitment.”

The Denver Century Ride benefits Bicycle Colorado, BikeDenver and Bike Jeffco. All three non-profit organizations advocate for the cycling community through a variety of means. In 2018, Denver B-cycle will be a non-profit partner and benefactor of the 25-mile ride option.

The 100-mile route is designed to help cyclists discover how easy it is to get out to the mountains by bike with the Downtown Denver skyline in full view and relish in the proximity of city and country.  The full 100-mile route highlights some of Denver’s bicycle commuter routes and casual riding areas including a challenging climb from Golden through Genesee Park.

To register and for complete details regarding routes visit http://denvercenturyride.com/. The day will end with a street party at Northfield Stapleton complete with a variety of food options, beer and beverages, and a DJ.  The Post Ride Street Party is open to the public.

About Denver Bike Sharing
Denver B-cycle is powered by Kaiser Permanente Colorado in association with a variety of community sponsors. Denver B-cycle is owned and operated by Denver Bike Sharing, a charitable, non-profit organization.

Denver Bike Sharing serves as a catalyst for a fundamental transformation in thinking and behavior by operating a bike sharing system in Denver to enhance mobility while promoting all aspects of sustainability: quality of life, equity, the environment, economic development, and public health.

To learn more about Denver Bike Sharing, the owner and operator of Denver B-cycle, visit denver.bcycle.com or call 303-825-3325.

About Kaiser Permanente Colorado
Kaiser Permanente Colorado is the state’s largest nonprofit health plan, working to improve the lives and health of all Coloradans for 48 years. We’re comprised of the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Colorado and the Colorado Permanente Medical Group — one of the state’s largest medical groups with more than 1,100 physicians. We provide comprehensive care for our 670,000 Kaiser Permanente Colorado members through 31 medical offices across the state — from Pueblo to Greeley and now in the mountains in Summit and Eagle counties. We’re also committed to our social mission and in 2015, proudly directed more than $124 million to community benefit programs to improve the health of all Coloradans. For more Kaiser Permanente news, visit kp.org/share or follow us @kpcolorado or like us facebook.com/kpcolorado.
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