March 14, 2018
The Cherry Creek Trail is a local favorite as it starts in the heart of downtown Denver and you can ride on pavement for 42 miles southeast to Franklin, Colorado. There is a small section at the end that is on roads, but the scenery through Denver, around the Cherry Creek Reservoir, and out to the suburbs is divine.
The trail has many turns and offshoots that route you to neighborhoods or local destinations. This is our recommended and fastest route to go from end to end starting at REI down to where the trail intersects with the High Line Canal.
If you are looking for a shorter route, we enjoy going from downtown Denver to Cherry Creek mall. See that route here. We do recommend to explore the trail if you have time!
Please note: Trail can flood during heavy rain.
Always abide by all State and Local traffic laws, rules and regulations, and practice courtesy and safety in bicycling. You personally assume any risk on the route selected, and understand you are doing so of your own free will without any representation of the safety of the route or other riders.
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January 11, 2020
January 07, 2020
I talk about pedals a lot at the bike shop and while building up a customer's new cargo bike I was reminded about how much a good pedal can change the ride of a bike completely. Here are my musings for pedals on electric and cargo bikes but can probably be applied to any everyday style bike.
January 07, 2020
Welcome to "Bike Tip Tuesdays"! A lot of the articles I publish are bike tips but this series is to force my hand in creating one piece of content for every single Tuesday.
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