Aid stations are 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.
Riders must wear bib numbers (supplied with registration) to access the aid stations.
Medical & mechanical support are available at the stations. Riders are asked to bring their own comfort medications (Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Tylenol) if needed.
The bike mechanics are on site to help with basic repairs and supplies that are $10 or less. The goal is to keep you safe on the route. Should your bicycle need more expensive supplies please be prepared to compensate the mechanics for the supplies, including tires but not tubes. We encourage you to make sure your bicycle is in good working order before heading out on the Denver Century Ride. Please note: Mechanics are not at Water Stops.
Please carry a tube for your tire with you.
SAG wagons will monitor each of the courses with water and road assistance to help riders experiencing mechanical trouble or those who become too fatigued to finish. Please be prepared to handle your own flats and minor repairs. Jurisdictional police and sheriff’s department officers will be on hand to make sure your ride is safe and enjoyable.
If you need route support:
- Flag down one of the SAG (Support and Gear Wagons) They are identified with signs on their cars that say “DCR Support” – If you are stopped at the side of the road and do not need help but see a support vehicle, please give them a thumbs up so they can continue on to help others on the route
- Call the emergency number listed (Provided Prior to Ride)
- Stay where you are – if you move we will have a hard time finding you
- SAG Support will bring you to the closest AID Station and we ask that you call a friend or family to come collect you