Enjoy Denver by bike for a totally new experience of the city.
The “Mile High City” of Denver is an amazing combination of Old West history, modern trends, culture, architecture, and the outdoors. This metropolis is wonderfully bicycle-friendly. Enjoy this slow ride through some of Denver’s favorite districts, historical landmarks, and hometown businesses.
Blue Moon Brewing Company
At Blue Moon Brewing Company, everything starts with creative inspiration. Blue Moon originated in Denver in 1995, with the first brew of Blue Moon Belgian White taking place in the SandLot Brewery at Coors Field. Belgian White provided a refreshingly creative take on the classic Belgian
RiNo Art District
As you continue on your journey you’ll ride through the River North Art District, also known as RiNo. The trendy RiNo Art District features galleries of contemporary art and hip concert venues in renovated industrial buildings. Keep an eye out for colorful murals which the district is known for!
City Park is an impressive 330-acre urban green space. Take a walk along one of the park’s trails. Pick up take out from one of the nearby cafes and sit down to enjoy your meal al fresco in the City Park picnic areas.
LoDo & Larimer Square
LoDo stands for “Lower Downtown”. LoDo is a bustling urban district famous for its trendy shopping, dining
Colorado State Capitol
The Colorado State Capitol Building is a stunning work of Neoclassical architecture topped with a dome covered in 24-karat gold leaf. The building was constructed in the 1890s of Colorado rose onyx in the likeness of the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. It sits precisely one mile above sea level. The Colorado State Capitol Building houses the Colorado General
Just east of the Colorado State Capitol Building is Civic Center Park. This lovely green space features fountains, statues
The Denver Mint
Just two blocks east you’ll find the United States Mint location in Denver. The building is a historic landmark where you can take coin-making tours.