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Congratulations on completing the 2017 Denver Post Pedal The Plains Bicycle Tour presented by Viaero Wireless! We hope you had a terrific experience and plan to join us again next year  
Education Signs
Numerous educational signs were planted along the route throughout the ride to educate cyclists about what they were seeing, hearing and smelling as they pedaled along. In case you missed a sign or two here they are!
On Route Lunch Stops
Many thanks to all who joined us for lunches during Pedal The Plains. We hope you enjoyed it. Please take notice of the sponsors that made the meals possible.
All Things Social
Missing PTP already? You can relive the whole experience on social media!

Pics on Instagram
Contests and reviews on Facebook
Highlights on Twitter
Blog posts from the Plain Pedalers
More photos on Flickr

And don't forget: route announcements and other special opportunities are usually announced first on our Facebook. Make sure to connect with us there!
Tour Photographs
Have you recently caught yourself bragging to friends and family about your Pedal The Plains adventure but lack the photos to back it up? Individual photos taken throughout the Tour by Sundance Images are available on their website. Visit Sundance Images for further details on how to purchase your favorite pictures.
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PTP Merchandise
You were probably having too much fun during Pedal The Plains and did not have a chance to stop by the Merchandise Tent to scope out the Tour line and Primal technical gear…but don’t fret, it’s not too late! Commemorate your 2017 experience with t-shirts, hats, bibs, shorts, Gemini tanks, arm warmers and cycling caps. Visit our shop page to place your order today. All major credit cards and checks are accepted.

Re-Order of Select Merchandise Items
We are placing a re-order of 3 of our most popular items: the Line-Up shirt, the Chicken Stamp shirt, and the Hoodie! Please visit the Happy Llama online store by October 9th to place your order!
In an effort to enhance your experience at next year’s Pedal The Plains, an electronic survey was emailed to all participants following the ride. If you did not receive the survey, it may be accessed by clicking here. We greatly value our cyclist’s feedback. We encourage you to take a few minutes to let us know your thoughts.
Lost & Found
Not much was lost during the Tour, but there were a few pieces found! Lost and found items may be claimed by calling PTP at 303-954-6701 or by emailing Please provide a detailed description of the item(s), including size(s) and brand(s) when applicable and we will check to see if your item found its way back to Denver. Claims must be made by October 4th. At that time, unclaimed items will be donated.
Colorado Creative Industries; Community Canvas
Community Canvas is a special component of Pedal The Plains supported by Colorado Creative Industries (CCI) and is designed to share the story of landscapes, landmarks and life as it is now and how it used to be on the plains. Not only will this create a lasting legacy in each area, but the process will also establish a model for future public art endeavors and unite the communities in a celebration of their unique assets. This year’s three host communities: Kersey, Keenesburg, and Brush! all participated in this great program. Here is a summary of the artwork that will be installed with the help of a $1000 grant from CCI:

Artist: Brandon Vannest
The artist's proposal is for a sculptural structure in the shape of hands with water pouring between them . The hands will be made out of steel rod to make a wire frame for the structure. The "water" that is being poured from one hand would be stainless. The idea behind the sculpture is water conservation, (protecting and preserving our water above and below ground.) The artist was raised on the 70 Ranch, where water has always been vital, and wanted the artwork to reflect this importance for the area and community. The sculpture is projected to be about 5-feet tall and have a foot print about 8'x8'.

The project will be done by a local graphic designer, named Carolyn Fields who owns a local printing/media company. She created six 4' x 4' panels that was placed at the finish line lane in Keenesburg. Each panel has a plains background and each contain a picture of bicycles throughout history. The designs are on an aluminum type board. After the ride, the panels will be permanently placed in the Keenesburg Tree Park at the end of Main Street. This park contains the town’s Christmas tree and where they have a tree lighting event every year.

The goal of the project is to have an exciting and creative mural that reflects the historical and agricultural heritage of Brush! on the north side of the what is now known as the Auction House, at 102 S Clayton St. The building sits along a major and historical street in Brush! across from the railroad line, and within the heart of the downtown area. The masses that will drive by the building each year on their way to the park, fairground, work, home, or wherever their travels may be, will get to enjoy an inspired display of the history of Brush! Colorado.
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