REVEL BEFORE AND AFTER THE RIDE
The third annual Ride & Revel! cycling event begins in historic downtown Greeley, Colorado, home to more than seven award-winning craft breweries, three distilleries, fascinating utopian history, and an amazing live music culture. Road and gravel rides all start and finish in beautiful tree-shaded Lincoln Park.
Once back to the Revel! area within Lincoln Park, cyclists will enjoy each other, a prepared meal, and beer locally crafted for Ride & Revel! (non-alcoholic beverages also available), all while sitting under shade trees and listening to popular and the talented Northern Colorado bluegrass band Rusty 44. FUN! FUN! FUN!
The Revel! area will be in Lincoln Park in Downtown Greeley. Get directions here.
LEMON-WHEEL IPA from Brix
Lunch & Hot Wings
Live music starts at noon with local bluegrass band, Rusty44
ENJOY Beautiful Downtown Greeley
Make A Weekend of It!
With all that Greeley has to offer, we encourage you to arrive a day or two early and stay a day or two after Ride & Revel! Check out our web site at RideandRevel.com to learn more about all there is to do while you’re here! For example, pull out your folding chair or dancing shoes and enjoy great food, live music, and a go-cup atmosphere on the 9th Street Plaza at Greeley’s Friday Fest just one block from Ride & Revel’s start/finish/Revel! area. Enjoy a great night’s sleep at the Double Tree at Lincoln Park or Currier Inn B&B before a great ride with amazing views followed by brews and bluegrass, then treat yourself to a self-guided tour of Greeley’s breweries and distilleries, many within walking distance, take your family to Colorado Model Train Museum (the nation’s largest), or explore Centennial Village and the Greeley Museum to learn more about our unique utopian history. Wrap it up by enjoying dinner at one of our many and varied quality dining establishments. There’s so much here that we locals call the sum of it all “Greeley Unexpected!”
And if you stay longer, Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park are a short hour and fifteen minute drive up the incredible Thompson River Canyon due west of Greeley, and Pawnee Buttes is 45 minutes to the North East. Both offer stellar hiking and biking opportunities different from those enjoyed during Ride & Revel! And Denver attractions are just an hour south, too!
All of this, and for a great cause! Proceeds from Ride & Revel! benefit 60+Ride, a local nonprofit which provides transportation to Weld County’s 60+ population free of charge, regardless of income, offering them the opportunity to maintain their health while living independently.
Looking for Parking?
The race start and finish will be right downtown. There is plenty of free parking!
Immediately north of the DoubleTree Hotel, there will be FREE PARKING!
Places to stay in Greeley
These are preferred businesses that have reserved rooms for Riders and Revelers!
Currier Inn will donate $10 to the cause for every room booked! Thanks Currier Inn!
Currier Inn is Bicyclist Friendly:
- 5 Blocks to the ride start
- A secure garage for bicycles
- A carbo-loaded breakfast
Click on their logo and book your room to get special pricing for the Ride & Revel! cycling event.
The Double Tree will also be donating to the cause with Special Room Rates just for Revelers!
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