We know this would have been the weekend. But COVID had other ideas.
In the meantime, we’ve heard word that some folks are going it alone and riding the Triple course tomorrow. Good on ya. Please be aware that when we host, the roads are closed or limited to traffic. We go to great expense to make sure the ride is safe and relaxing without a bunch of pesky cars harshing your ride.
So for those of you that are taking it on, please be careful out there as it will be a typical busy weekend in the high country. We want you safe with or without us. Have fun and see you in 2021.
we tried. we really did.
The Triple Bypass has been postponed to to 2021. We don’t want you to have to ride wearing a mask, eliminate the finish party fun or prevent you from giving congratulatory high-fives to your fellow participants. COVID-19 has taken the air out of the balloon for large events in 2020. It’s a fact we can’t ignore.
no refunds will be issued after july 12th.
JOIN US on saturday, JULY 10th for the 2021 triple bypass
Did you know? WE are a non-profit
All proceeds of the Triple Bypass are given back to local and national non-profits. We have given over $3M to groups from the High School Cycling League to Bicycle Colorado. Riding the Triple really makes a difference.
Learn more about the dozens of community based non-profits we support.
We’ve come a long way, baby.
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-two 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.
The Triple Bypass travels over 3 gorgeous mountain passes – Juniper, Loveland and Vail. 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.
For 2020: The Double Triple Bypass (both days – Evergreen-Avon-Evergreen) and Sunday Triple Eastbound. Fondo timing will be on the uphill portions of the passes on Sunday.