The RIDE GUIDE IS HERE

Have questions?  We have answers! 

Please review the 2019 Official Guide for all your questions on parking, start times, packet pick-up, jersey exchange, etc.  Download it, print it, keep it by your bedside.   

GEAR DELIVERY last week of June

Looking for your stuff?  For those of you that chose to have your packet mailed or ordered additional merchandise, we will be sending out all jerseys and merchandise the last week of June, for delivery by the first week of July – in plenty of time before the event. 

WONDERING ABOUT THOSE PATHS?

It’s true we have had a lot of late season snow as well as a few avalanches in March.  We are well aware of the condition of the paths and have been working with Clear Creek and Summit County on these areas. Clear Creek, bless their heart, is currently working on snow removal.  In the coming days, a crew is heading out to Summit to do the massive job of removing avalanche debris on the Ten Mile Rec Path.

PACKET PICKUP

You can pick up your packet only at the location you selected when you registered for the event.  Don’t remember where you selected?  If you cannot attend at that time or location, a friend or family member may pick up for you.  They need:  1) your signed waiver 2) a photocopy of your driver’s license.  If either of these 2 items is missing, then the packet may not be collected. NO EXCEPTIONS. You can download a copy of the rider waiver here.

Trek Bicycle Boulder
2626 Baseline Road
Boulder, Colorado , 80305
• Friday, July 5th 3-7pm
• Saturday, July 6th 12 -5pm
• Sunday July 7th 12-5pm

Wheat Ridge Cyclery
7085 W. 38th Ave.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
• Friday, July 5th 3-7pm
• Saturday, July 6th 12 – 5pm
• Sunday July 7th 12-5pm

Evergreen Bicycle Outfitters
29017 Hotel Way, 101c
Evergreen, Colorado 80439
• Wednesday, July 10th 3 -6:30 pm
• Thursday, July 11th 3- 6:30 pm
• Friday, July 12th 10-6:30 pm

Start Line – Buchanan Park – Evergreen
30023 Ellingwood Trail
Evergreen, Colorado 80439
Saturday July 13th  5-7:30am

JOIN US FOR A TRAINING RIDE!

 

It does seem a daunting task if you are taking on the full 120-mile Triple, but worry not, we have you covered.  Join us on a training ride, get some tips from a pro and be sure to practice with gear and proper nutrition.

CHeck out the training page for tips and ride schedule

Course

The Triple Bypass travels over gorgeous mountain passes (we limit vehicular access on many roads for your safety and comfort) and on bike paths.  You will ride with thousands of your friends, snack yourself silly with 5 aid stations and finish it all off with a catered feast and expo.  Try a shorter route if you don’t think the full 120 is in you this year.  We offer shorter 75 and 30 mile versions of the epic Triple Bypass.  Join us a little later from Georgetown or Copper Mountain and get your own jersey, full support and catered finish feast.  Everyone wins.

We’ve come a long way, baby.

31 epic years

One July day in 1988, a group of avid cyclists decided that it would be fun and challenging to ride from Evergreen to Vail, Colorado. And so it was. Thirty-one years later and thousands of more friends beside them, the Triple Bypass is an epic bucket-list ride that has donated millions to charitable non-profits.

CHOOSE YOUR WEAPON

the DOUBLE bypass

75 miles

Georgetown to Avon

Looking to make it less daunting? How about 2 incredible passes – Loveland and Vail over 75 miles? Less than the full Triple, but one heck of an achievement. 

the triple bypass

SOLD OUT

120 Miles 

Evergreen to Avon

Get on board for one of the most epic rides in the nation.  Head west over Juniper, Loveland and Vail pass, finishing after 120 glorious miles and 10,000 vertical feet.  You rock.

Single Bypass 

30 MIles

Copper to Avon

Sleep in, join your friends and family in Copper Mountain and ride 30 miles over Vail Pass into Avon.  Finish line festivities, catered meal, and a cool beer awaits.