Pueblo Active Community Environments (P.A.C.E.)

2017 Bike to Work events

Thursday, May 4th, 2017  Celebrate Bike Month with an easy Cruiser ride every Thursday!

  • Kick off Cruisin' Pueblo  season and National Bike Month and the local National Bike Challenge with a fun, casual ride downtown! 
  • Meet at Bingo Burger by 6 pm for casual cruiser ride ending at Brue's Ale House for the Steel City Cycling Club kick off event meet and greet after the ride at 7 pm.  
  • Riders get 10% off a delicious food order and 50 cents off beer the nights of the ride courtesy of Bingo Burger.

Friday, May 19th:  National Bike to Work Day Central Breakfast in Pueblo!

  • Join other cyclists riding to work during National Bike Week and stop for breakfast from 6:30 to 9:00 am at SRDA by City Hall with fruit smoothies made by a human powered "Fender Blender" and  breakfast burritos (if you RSVP for us to buy you one!)
  • Downtown Tour at 7:30 a.m. a casual 2-mile ride downtown. We'll stick together at an 8 mph pace stopping at lights and following rules of the road.  Hopefully you can meet others you might be able to continue riding with during the summer and National Bike Challenge! Local elected leaders are invited to support cycling, health and community awareness of healthy, active living!  The ride should finish so most people can get to work by 8 am.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, June 28th:  Colorado Bike to Work Day breakfast stop tour!

  • Free breakfast stops 6-9 a.m. at these locations.  

    • Parkview Medical Center - Main Parkview Campus (Grassy area across from Greenwood entrance)
    • St. Mary Corwin front patio west entrance (outside black windows)
    • Pueblo City-County Health Department (101 W. 9th St)
    • Rawlings Library in courtyard along Union (across from purple yoga studio)
  • Group rides Volunteers often lead rides from various locations.  Check the Active Pueblo Facebook page for ride options and consider these possible rides we hope to confirm again this year.
    • Pueblo West always has a group ride at 6 pm - details of meet up location depends on if we have a breakfast stop sponsored in Pueblo West to hit before heading to Pueblo for a tour of stops.  Lead: Kim Arline   
    • City Park - pool parking lot - 6:30 am.  Lead: Wendy and Nancy
    • University Park - 6:30 am University Hills Park to ride down Fountain Creek collecting Belmont riders along the way! Lead:  Ken Sharp
    • Mesa area - 6:00 am 25th & South Rd and then 6:10 am corner of Roselawn and Aspen to ride Fountain Creek trail into town.  Lead: Sarah Joseph.

Stay safe and learn more about bike commuting!

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