What if I’m injured and can’t ride but I already registered?
We are happy to transfer your registration to another cyclist but we cannot refund for any reasons.
Can I ride the course routes on a tandem bike?
We are happy to have you join us on a tandem, all riders will have to register separately however.
My schedule changed and I can’t ride any longer.
We cannot refund your registration but we are happy to transfer it.
I registered for the 100 mile, can I switch to the 85 mile on Ride Day?
Absolutely! The route is designed so you can switch to a shorter or longer route as you like during the course of the ride. We do ask that you are aware of the start times for the different routes. For example, if you registered for the 50 mile but think you might actually do the 100 mile you should plan on starting in one of the 100 mile waves.
Can I register on-site?
Yes! Starting Thursday, June 14th through Friday, June 15th from 4pm-8pm. We also offer Day Of Registration starting at 5am on June 16th at Denver Century Ride HQ – 8230 Northfield Blvd. (Formerly the Cowboy Salon on the corner of Main Street & E. 47th Ave.)
When can I pick up my bib?
Bibs will be available for pick up on-site Thursday, June 14 and Friday, June 15 from 4:00pm – 8:00 pm
Where do I pick up my bib?
Denver Century Ride HQ at The Shops at Northfield Stapleton – 8230 Northfield Blvd. Denver, CO 80238 (Formerly the Cowboy Salon on the corner of Main Street & E. 47th Ave.)
Can I pick-up my bib on Ride Day?
Yes. We will distribute bibs starting at 5am through 7:30am at Denver Century Ride HQ.
What do I get at registration?
Your bib number, safety pins, a helmet sticker and any merchandise you ordered.
Where is the goodie bag?
Goodie bags will be available on site when you pick up your bib.
Where can I park to pick up my packet?
There is plenty of FREE parking in and around the Shops at Northfield Stapleton.
What is the elevation of each route?
The elevation is different on each route, check the individual route pages for complete details.
2018 100 Mile Elevation – Check out the entire map HERE
Elevation: + 5667 / – 5670 ft
Max. Grade: 10.0%
Avg. Grade: -0.3%
Distance: 103.2 mi
2018 85 Mile Elevation – Check out the entire map HERE
Elevation: + 3768 / – 3769 ft
Max. Grade: 8.5%
Avg. Grade: – 0.0%
2018 50 Mile Elevation – Check out the entire map HERE
Elevation: +1,307 / -1,308
Max. Grade: 4.5%
Avg. Grade: -0.0%
2018 25 Mile Elevation – Check out the entire map HERE
Elevation: +663 / -664
Max. Grade: 4.2%
Avg. Grade: -0.0%
Where and how many aid stations are along each route?
Our goal is to keep our riders comfortable and safe so we offer aid stations stocked with water, sports drinks, fresh fruit, nutrition bars and other energizing foods! Making sure you are covered throughout the ride, we have hand sanitizer, portable toilets, cold wet rags and sunscreen available on site as well.
Post Ride Street Party & Event FAQs
What time does the Post Ride Street Party begin?
10:00am is when the post ride party opens. Restaurant food service is available between 11:00a-3:30p. We will still have the Start Line Aid Station option with some food options available if you arrive prior to that time. Boxed lunches will be served from 3:30p-4:30p at the start/finish aid station. Our party will be going until 4:30pm with food from these great restaurants, drinks, music and our great vendors!
- Smoked Turkey Sandwich or Pulled Pork Sandwich or Grilled Portobello Mushroom Sandwich
- BBQ Chips
- 2 Tacos (Taco choices include Chicken Tinga, Pork Carnitas or Fish)
- Side of either Rice/Beans or Corn on the Cob/Elote
- 2 Slices of Pizza (Choices Include Veggie, Pepperoni or Cheese)
- Piece of Cheezy Bread
Where can I purchase photos from the event?
We had a few photographers on the routes taking photos for our cyclists to purchase courtesy of Sundance Images. You can view the photos HERE