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Colorado Riders Club

The Colorado Riders Club promotes safe cycling practices, physical achievement, and the social benefits of group cycling in Parker, Colorado. The goal of our cycling club is to provide a means to encourage the principles of teamwork, discipline, dedication, and sportsmanship.

The Colorado Riders Club is comprised of club members who enjoy the sport of cycling in all facets, from Road, to Mountain Bike, Commuting, Cyclo Cross and much more.

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Deer Creek Canyon and City View Dr. 08-07-2011
More like "Pity You" rather than "City View".  Holy friggin cow, that road had some steep pitches.  It didn't help that I flatted half-way through.  Would I ride it again?  Definitely! We had 4 riders […]
Ridgeline Open Space 06-28-2011
There is new mt. bike trail that was just opened just west of Castle Rock...eight miles of moderate single track and native surface.  Can't wait to try it on below link for more info. […]
Dirty Century Ride Review 06-27-2011
The fourth annual Dirty Century was held on June 26, 2011.  We had 25 riders; 11 took part in the century, 3 did the 100k, and the rest did either the 20 or 50 mile version.  All  of the routes began and ended at Creekside Bikes […]
Max Muscle 03-09-2011
Have you heard the CRC has partnered with Max Muscle in Lone Tree, CO.Great discounts for Club Members only, check it out at or visit the store at 9226 Park Meadows Dr. #200, Lone Tree, CO 80124, Ph (303) 629-6676.Check out […]
Have a Photo you want to share? 10-24-2010
Hey CRC Club Members, check out this new feature. Log into the CRC Website and go to the NEW Members Photo page, you can post any photo you like. Check it out.
Rhyolite Park 10-24-2010
The Town of Castle Rock has opened a NEW Bike Park - Rhyolite Park, check it out at this link. I know I am going to try it out soon on my Cross Bike.
New Section of Bike Trail Opens - 10/23 10-24-2010
After a year of negotiations and design work the Parker Jordan Metropolitan District is proud to announce the opening of just over a mile of new concrete paths along the Cherry Creek Trail System. This section is part of the Parker Jordan Centennial Open Space, […]
Broncos Parkway Trailhead Opens - 10/23 10-24-2010
After nearly 4 years in planning, design, and funding the Parker Jordan Metropolitan District in Conjunction with Arapahoe County and the City of Centennial officially open the Broncos Parkway Trail. This facility accessed from the East Bound lane on Broncos Parkway, […]

Last Update: September 2nd, 2012