Rocky Mountain Bike Festival returns to Denver

Two-day festival teams with Denver Century Ride

James Bleakley of Black Sheep Bicycles at the 2009 RMB Festival.

The 4th annual Rocky Mountain Bicycle Festival will be held at INVESCO field in Denver, Colorado, 11-12 June.


The two-day festival features a mix of large and small manufacturers, including: Cinelli, Specialized. The show also fosters a regional handmade contingent, headlined by Colorado builders Black Sheep Bikes and DEAN.

The city will host the Denver Century Ride over the same weekend. The Denver Century offers aid station supported rides ranging from 5- to 100-miles over the course of two days and benefits local charitable organizations that are supported through the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Community Foundation. “We expect the Rocky Mountain Bicycle Festival and Denver Century Ride will be one of the best cycling events in the region,” said RMB festival director Carol Johnson.

“Having cyclists from so many different disciplines and backgrounds in such a fun atmosphere made the Rocky Mountain Bicycle Festival one of the best festivals Cinelli attended in 2010,” said Ben Coffey, Cinelli Brand Manager at BTI. “We’re looking forward to it being in Denver this year.”

The festival will provide a chance for riders to demo bikes, take free seminars and compete in GoldSprints contests. Boulder Indoor Cycling will provide free riding lessons for kids on their CycleTykes course. Other family activities include a kids’ bike parade, adult mini-bike races, and a bicycle-art station.


Admission and parking are free. Free bike valet provided by BikeDenver.