Pedal The Plains is Colorado’s end-of-season cycling bash, capping off our world-class cycling event calendar. Ideal for riders of all speeds and ages, cyclists may choose one of three ways to “Pedal The Plains”; a 3-Day Tour, Century Ride or Family Fun Ride. In 2014, participants will discover the charming towns of Wiggins, Fort Morgan and Sterling as well as the rolling plains between them! With live music, locally sourced meals, and on-route tours of working farms and ranches, PTP is a true two-wheeled celebration of Colorado’s High Plains. Proud to be a community-oriented event, proceeds from the event will benefit The Denver Post Community Foundation in support of the Colorado FFA Foundation and Colorado 4-H.
How will you Pedal The Plains?
Wiggins, Fort Morgan & Sterling; Friday – Sunday, Sept. 19 – 21; 173 Miles
Team up for charity! Ride with a group of 10 or more and Pedal The Plains will donate 10% of your total registration fee to the charity of your choice! This fully supported tour will also include an optional century loop on Saturday, showcasing North Sterling Reservoir. Learn More
Fort Morgan to Sterling with North Sterling Reservoir Loop: Saturday, Sept. 20; 105 Miles
Challenge yourself to go the extra miles and put a century notch in your belt! Learn More
Family Fun Ride
Sterling; Saturday, Sept. 21; 5.5 Miles
A ride fit for all ages! Costumes and bike decorating are encouraged. Entry includes a meal ticket, games, prizes, and fun at every turn! Learn More