Boulder Cycle Sport would like to invite you on a group ride leaving our North location at 10:30am Saturday October 19th. The ride will end at the Cyclist for Jamestown fundraiser, located at the Beech Aircraft building by the McGuckins Warehouse, out on hwy 36 & Neva Road. This is a one day event where you can come and meet leaders of our cycling community including some pro road and mountain bike racers, make a donation forJamestown, and also buy some cool stuff in the silent auction. There will be food, coffee, and beer. Probably music, too! –
The ride will be an approximately 40 mile route out through Hygiene, to Rabbit Mountain, and ending at the event. We invite ALL our fellow cyclist, of ANY ability, to join us. The weather is supposed to be in the high 50’s and sunny on Saturday, so please dress appropriately.
• Two (2) VIP Passes to Stage Five of the 2014 USA Pro Challenge on Friday August 22, 2014,
• Hotel Accommodations for two (2) at Race Quarter Hotel on Friday August 22, 2014,
• Two (2) VIP Passes to Stage Six of the 2014 USA Pro Challenge on Saturday August 23, 2014,
• Two (2) VIP Caravan Rides during Stage Six of the 2014 USA Pro Challenge on Saturday August 24, 2014,
• Two (2) VIP Passes to Stage Seven of the 2014 USA Pro Challenge on Sunday August 24, 2014,
• Two (2) Passes to the 2014 USA Pro Challenge Post Party on Sunday August 24, 2014
• Two (2) VIP bags with official race merchandise.
Two tickets to the Broncos vs Chargers game on Thursday, December 12th! You will be 15 rows up from the 25 yard line, making eye contact with Peyton Manning. This is a $250 value!
Own a piece of cycling history with this signed jersey from Peter Stetina. Stetina is a Boulder native and has been riding with the Garmin-Cervélo team since 2003. He is a Colorado favorite and is built for climbing and time trialing, which has yielded three prestigious wins whenever the road has taken a sharp turn skyward, and two national champion time trial titles.
Get 25 drinks at Logan’s Espresso Cafe, worth $100! Keep yourself wide-eyed and awake with some of the best coffee in the area.
Who feels Lucky? Lucky’s Market has donated two $100 gift certificates to our silent auction. Lucky’s Market is well known for their wide variety of local, organic, sustainable, and traditionally crafted foods. Independently owned and operated, Lucky’s values and emphasizes transparency, not only with the products and services they provide, but through their actions, procedures and protocols.
Get ready to bid on October 19th to enjoy all Lucky’s Market has to offer!
Thanks to Sports Garage for donating these awesome Taylor Phinney shoes to our Silent Auction. These bright blue shoes will be a popular item at our October 19th Event. Get your bid in early and bid high to make sure you take them home!
Front Range Cycling Community Organizes Fundraiser For Favorite Cycling Destination Town
BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 8, 2013 – Cyclists 4 Jamestown (http://c4jtown.org/), an organization of Front Range cyclists, is teaming up with Rebuild Jamestown, a fund to restore critical infrastructure for the town, in an effort to raise money for Jamestown, Colo., in the aftermath of the recent severe flooding with an all-day event Oct. 19 at the old Beech Aircraft office park 2 miles north of town on the left, ¼ mile south of Neva Road.
For years, Jamestown has been a beloved cycling destination in the area, but due to the recent floods the small town has sustained severe damage, estimated at over $35 million. Roads have been washed out, there is no clean water, and 20 percent of the homes in town were destroyed, with the rest of the residents displaced. One person, the former owner of the famous Merc café, Joey Howlett was killed.
Cycling enthusiasts of all types, from novices to pros, are encouraged to attend the event in support of Jamestown reconstruction efforts. There will be a variety of festivities including a silent and live auction, raffle food, beer, live music, fun activities, and “meet-and-greets” with leaders of the local cycling community, including pro road and mountain bike racers from past and present. Jamestown mayor Tara Shoedinger and other residents of the community will also be on hand to tell their stories firsthand.
Tax deductible donations can be made at the event or online at http://c4jtown.org. The organization has already received pledges worth more than $40,000. There is no minimum to donate, but with a contribution of $100 or more, you or your company will be recognized on the Cyclists 4 Jamestown website. Volunteers are also needed at the event or and the organization is looking for items to be included in the auction and raffle.
Who: Cyclists 4 Jamestown
What: A one-day event held to raise money for the town of Jamestown. Cycle over to enjoy the day with members of the Colorado Front Range cycling community and help to make a difference for neighbors in need.
When: Saturday, October 19, 7:30 a.m. to sunset
Where: Beech Aircraft building upper parking lot (above the McGuckin’s Warehouse on US-36 W, ¼ mile south of Neva Road)
For additional information about the Cyclists 4 Jamestown event and for more ways you or your business can help, please visit c4jtown.org/donate.