Thank you for joining us. We have more fun (and a few surprises) in store for next year. See you in 2020!
Mark your calendars for the 2020 Triple Bypass – July 11, 2020
Looking for photos of your amazing experience? We had 3 photographers on course that have some incredible shots to share. If you like an image, consider buying it. These guys enjoy what they do, but it’s always nice to get paid for what you love.
FYI, the finish line guy was rogue, please do not buy his images if you find them, he was not authorized and some report he was a wee bit obnoxious.
Photos by Reid Neureiter are free for personal use on social media, so long as there is appropriate attribution (“photo credit Reid Neureiter”), but no commercial or editorial use is permitted without prior authorization. Contact Reid Neureiter at NRNLAW@aol.com or 303-917-3871 to discuss commercial or editorial use.
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
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
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.
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.