Did you miss the B360/B180 Circle Boulder by Bicycle last weekend? You’re in luck! The signs marking the route will remain up through Sunday, June 11. We encourage you to get out on your bike and take a spin around the city and ride some of Boulder’s 300+ miles of multi-use paths and bike paths from the best seat in the world, a bike seat.
When you ride, you’re eligible for prizes from Community Cycles
, the City of Boulder
and Boulder County
. Simply snap a photo of yourself on the route and post it on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn or NextDoor) with the tag: #wbmboulder. Then, during or after your ride, stop by Community Cycles (Thu-Sun 11am-6pm, 2601 Spruce Unit B), show your photo and choose a couple of prizes: phone handlebar holder, front light, rear light or bell.
See Boulder from the best seat in the world – a bike seat.
Boulder offers over 300 miles of bike routes, paths, and lanes. Check out some new views on the B360!
*B-360 is a 24-mile loop that circumnavigates the entire town
*B-180 is about half the distance, a 12-mile route that goes through a few different parts of town.
This free family-friendly ride begins and ends at Valmont Bike Park. The ride will kick off at 10am, however, feel free to start later as the course will be marked.
Stay at Valmont Bike Park after the ride to enjoy free ice cream and local businesses.
Planning on riding the B360 or B180? Sign up ahead of time
and avoid the crowd. It also helps us know how many people to expect for bagels before and ice cream after!
**Ebikes welcome: While the City of Boulder urges riders to be mindful of ebike limitations on open space trails, it will not be actively monitoring or enforcing ebike usage during the Circle Boulder by Bicycle (B360/180) event from 10:30-12:30 on June 4, 2023. We encourage all ebike users to power down their bicycles while traversing the South Boulder Creek trail (note: it is downhill) and to cycle safely throughout the length of the ride for the benefit of all those enjoying and sharing the trails during the event.
Here’s the Google Map for the B360 & B180. We will be riding Counter Clockwise!