100 Mile Route At A Glance:

Distance: 99.3 Miles
Elevation: +5,523 / -5,524
Max. Grade: 9.4%
Avg. Grade: 0.3%
Start/Finish: The Shops at Northfield Stapleton – 8230 E. Northfield Blvd, Denver CO, 80238
Time: The departure window for all 100 Mile Riders will from 6:30am-7:15am.

Is this route for you?

This is the most challenging of all of the Denver Century Ride routes as it has the distance and a significant climb. If you are going to do this route, we recommend that this is not your first ride of the season but rather you have logged some miles on your bicycle in preparation. Never done a century ride before? Don’t let that deter you! Think of the accomplishment you will feel by making the Denver Century Ride be your first century ride ever!

Click the 100 Mile Interactive Map below for
turn by turn directions!

Please note: All routes are subject to change

See how all the 2020 routes intersect below.

Official Wave Start & Cutoff Times:

6:00am – 7:15am: All 100 Mile Cyclists start

**All cyclists riding the 100 Mile Route must be through Aid Station #1 by 7:30am. Any cyclists remaining at Aid Station #1 after 9:30am will be directed to ride the 25 mile route. This is for rider safety; after 9:30am there will be no Denver Police Department support along the longer routes. Additionally, 100 mile riders must be at 19th & Jackson in Golden (mile 25) before 9:20am or they will be directed to ride the 85 mile route.

4:00pm – The 100 Mile Course Closes

Route Description & Highlights:

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. It highlights some of Denver’s bicycle commuter routes and casual riding areas including a challenging climb from Golden through Lookout Mountain. Here is a photo tour of a few things you may see on the route:

Downtown Denver
Golden
Lookout Mtn.
Morrison
REI
golden overlook