Spoke Lore: Boulder is Live

Posted: April 16th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Cycling, Cycling Flair, Sustainability | 2 Comments »

spokelorelogoSpoke Lore: Boulder is live

A  guide to cycling to great places to eat and drink in and around Boulder. No special gear is needed, just a bike, some buddies and a willingness to take directions from someone, who has only now mastered her right and left.

These illustrated guides are free to download; you just need to enter your email to receive a PDF (or eReader version). At some point, the whole guide—a series of 7 rides—will be available with I’m hoping discounts and specials for some of the restaurants, distilleries or coffee shops featured.


NEW! Brew Pub Cruise – easiest ride to some of the best brews in Colorado. Check out the classics Buff Gold or Single Track Copper Ale at Boulder Beer; coast on down for a Campfire Red Ale at my friends, Erin & Jake’s relatively new nano-brewery, Wild Woods Brewery.

Why Not Ride to Niwot – take the scenic route—mostly leafy-lined trails—all the way to Bootstrap Brewery and Niwot Tavern.

Canyons & Coffee – a ride from the center of town, up Canyon Rd. and along dirt paths that will convince you, you’ve left town for good. That is, until you turn your wheel around and head back down at a comfortable cruising speed for coffee and goodies on Pearl St.


The goal is get you out on your bike,  looking fabulous, and enjoying the bike paths that will get you where you need to go.

2 Comments on “Spoke Lore: Boulder is Live”

  1. 1 Amy Jurries said at 10:33 am on April 17th, 2014:

    Great thing!

  2. 2 miss sarah said at 11:27 am on April 17th, 2014:

    I am so looking forward to your suggestions. Thanks!

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