Easy Motion and Best Electric Bikes USA will give a way one (1) easy motion electric bike valued at $3,000. The winner can choose from either an Easy Motion Evo 27.5 electric bicycle bike best e-bike hardtail emotion 650-b mountain bike or an Easy Motion Evo street electric bicycle bike best e-bike emotion step thru bike. The drawing will be at 3pm at their booth and the winner must be present to win.
Be sure to visit them at the show and visit their website at:
The Subaru VeloSwap is pleased to announce that the Recycle Bicycle Program and Project Recycle, both of Denver, CO have been named the Official Bike Recycling Partners. They will have branded recycling containers in two part of the hall this year, one in the back portion in booth 417 and one in the Recycling Zone next to Subaru.
“We are very pleased to partner with both The Recycle Bicycle Program and Project Recycle for this year’s event”, said Reese Brown, the Subaru VeloSwap Director. “Both of these organization’s missions align very closely with those of the event and of Subaru, our Title Sponsor.”
Ride your bike to VeloSwap
Bike Denver will provide an outdoor bicycle parking where you will be able to lock your bike (bring your own lock) at the southeast corner of the building, near the corner of Humbolt Street and 46th Avenue.
For your bike and merchandise purchases, they will also provide an indoor attended storage area. Drop your large or small items off and continue shopping. This will be located along the back wall near the cafeteria. No charge for either service, donations are appreciated.
- Beginning from REI where the Cherry Creek path meets the Platte path (west side of the river), take the Platte path north (under or across 14th St.) about 0.4 miles until you see the old train trestle bridge at 19th St.
- Just before the bridge, go up the ramp on your left, turn right at the top to cross the bridge, then turn right to loop around under it, continuing north.
- Ride north for about another 1.5 miles.
- Just after you pass under 38th St., take a right onto the ramp leading to Globeville Park. The ramp dead-ends at Arkins Ct.
- Turn left at Arkins Ct. and go 0.1 miles until you’re almost at the gates to the Denver Coliseum parking lot.
- Turn right onto MacFarland Dr. and follow it about 0.4 miles to 44th St.
- Turn left at 44th St., pass under I-70.
- Turn left at 47th St.. The National Western Complex is straight ahead, so come find us at the BikeDenver corral!
Note: This route is not entirely on designated bike routes, so please be aware and ride with care. Remember to observe all traffic laws, drive your bicycle in the right-most lane that serves your destination, scan for cars, be courteous and signal your turns and stops. And most of all have fun! See you the VeloSwap!
Colorado Cycling Connection, C3, is a locally owned and operated bike shop in Denver. C3’s commitment to the community and cycling is our number one priority. They advocate growth and development with our cycling culture in this beautiful city and state. C3 is for anyone who enjoys cycling or has friends that do. Their products range from competitive road and mountain bikes, to kids, urban and BMX. They exclude no one and include all. Top rated services from comprehensive tune ups, suspension overhauls, and wheel building.
Make sure to visit them on the floor at the Subaru VeloSwap!!
CBikes is committed to empowering the community to make their own bamboo bicycles!
“In their words – “Our workshops are run by skilled, energetic and fun individuals who are passionate about the educational and social experience of building bicycles as a community! Each workshop can produce a maximum of 5 bamboo bicycles and spots* are reserved on a first-come-first-serve basis. “>It takes 2 full days, 9am – 7pm to make a bamboo bicycle frame.”
Visit them at VeloSwap or at http://www.cc360denver.com/bikes.html.