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Old 08-20-07, 04:28 PM   #1
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Best Group Rides....?

What are the best in Denver? Have seen a couple organizations with them and know some shops do them as well. Just hunting around for alternatives to the same rides, same people. Helps to change up. Interested in everyone's opinions. Ride 15-18 mph normally and do 20-25 miles regularly...longer on weekends.
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Old 08-20-07, 06:34 PM   #2
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RMCC, Team Evergreen, Club Hypoxia. All are great groups to ride with.

Club Hypoxia is quite easily the greatest group of people I've ever met. You won't go wrong joining them on a ride!
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I can only add bike forums. BM has all the big ones covered.
Though BF is not exactly a regular ride.

I hear DBTC is decent as well.
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the ROAD rides on www.dbtc.org are 15 mph plus
INT and below sound too wimpy for you

this weekend (sat) one of the FUN (10-12 mph rides) is touring 3 front range
winery's sounds like a great reason to slow down and meet some new cyclists
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Thanks, folks. Very helpful.

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