Spring Riding 4

Looking to get outside and hop on that new bike you’ve been waiting to ride? Spring riding in Colorado can offer some of the best views and terrain. Make sure you know which trails and roads to hit this Spring!

Hell of the Wolf Loop
This ride begins and ends in Castle Rock! Featuring rides of 70 to 100 miles, there is something for everyone. No matter your choice, anticipate rolling hills and strong winds.
Platte River Trail
28.5 miles! Superb multi-use trail coursing through Denver’s Urban Landscape.
MLK, Jr Loop
This 20-mile loop will show you all of the best parts of Denver. Good to ride anytime of day and the perfect mix of trails, streets and protected riding.

Hidden Mesa
Somewhat technical but great for beginners! This 2.1 mile loop is at the top of the mesa. You can ride the loop in either direction and is a fun place to practice.
Ridgeline Open Space
ALL single track. Not too technical, but the climbs are good exercise. The switchbacks will keep you on your toes the entire way down. 12 miles of cruising fun.
APEX
Located in Golden, CO. This rocky single track climb that connects in a Figure 8. The ‘right hand side’ of the eight is for the climb and the ‘left side’ is known as the ‘Enchanted Forest’. The most fun of descents!