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Tue, Apr 11

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Rooney Road Parking Lot

Women's Ride @ Green Mountain

Join us for the first of our monthly COMBA Women's Rides! All women are welcome! Tickets for BIPOC folks open 1 month before the event. General tickets 2 weeks prior.

Tickets go on sale 2 weeks before the event, so come back on 3/28 to sign up!
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Women's Ride @ Green Mountain
Women's Ride @ Green Mountain

Time & Location

Apr 11, 5:00 PM

Rooney Road Parking Lot, Rooney Rd. Parking lot, CO-470, Morrison, CO 80465, USA

Guests

About the event

We are so excited to have you join us for fun on the trails, beers+schwag afterwards and meeting fellow MTB women. This is an all-level, no drop ride where all women are welcome

Riders will be placed into groups (easy paced, intermediate/medium pace, or advanced pace) based on preference. Women's rides are limited to 30 riders.

Just a reminder, you don't have to be a COMBA member to participate, but there is a $5 registration fee.

Sign-ups are limited to one per person.

What to bring:

  • A working mountain bike
  • A helmet (you will not be allowed to ride without one)
  • Hydration source (hydration pack, water bottle, etc.)
  • A jacket for the weather
  • A headlamp is recommended

A huge thanks to our sponsors; evo | Team Evergreen | SRAM | Yeti Cycles |  New Belgium Brewing | Sexy Pizza | WTB | Deuter | Denver Parks and Rec

Email womensrides@comba.org with any questions. Looking forward to riding with you!

Refund Policy: Life happens. If you need to cancel, please do so no later than the Sunday prior to your event by 5pm for a refund, so long as we can find someone to fill your spot (which is likely). After that time, we will no longer be able to issue a refund.

We want to recognize that our use of women includes femmes, transgender, two-spirit, and gender non-conforming people. Further, whenever we use the term BIPOC our meaning is "Black, Indigenous, and people of color with the intention of centering the experiences of Black and Indigenous groups and demonstrating solidarity between​ all​ communities of color."

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