Line-up of Events will Put Expo Among The Best
Denver, Co (April 6, 2016) – With its new outdoor venue at Sports Authority Field on Friday, May 13th and Saturday, May 14th, the Primal Colorado Bike Expo is poised to become the largest consumer bike show in the Rocky Mountain region. This event kickoffs the cycling and triathlon season in Colorado and features nearly 75 exhibitors including Feedback Sports, Guerilla Gravity, Wheat Ridge Cyclery, Carmichael Training Systems and Connor Wood Bicycles.
The expo brings together all that Colorado has to offer in the cycling and outdoor industries from bike companies, frame builders, accessories, clothing, tours, rides, race teams, clubs, nutrition, coaches, advocacy groups and much more.
“The new Colorado Pedals Project is helping to make Colorado one of the nation’s most bike friendly states,” says Ken Gart, Governor Hickenlooper’s appointed Bike Czar, “A consumer bike show of this nature will help us achieve our goal.”
In its second year, the Primal Colorado Bike Expo will be held in conjunction with the Kaiser Permanente Colfax Marathon Health + Wellness Expo going on simultaneously which will attract over 30,000 athletes to Sports Authority Field during those two days.
This year’s expo will cater to cycling enthusiasts of all types. The expo will feature a demo and test ride area, a kids zone complete with a Strider Course, Yellow Design Stunt Team, adult big wheel races, Giro d’Italia viewing party, meet and greets with renowned bike and tri authors, women’s specific programming, local bands, beer garden and food trucks. A bike drive will also be hosted benefiting Bikes Together and Lucky Bikes Re-Cyclery.
Hours for the two-day event will be 12 noon to 7 pm on Friday, May 13th and 9 am – 5 pm on Saturday, May 14th. Parking is available in lots C and D, on the West side of the stadium accessible from Federal Blvd. Free Bike valet parking will be provided by Wish for Wheels adjacent to the Bike Expo.
The Colorado Bike Expo is made possible by Primal Wear, Audi Denver, Alpine Cycle Connection, Feedback Sports, BikeState38, Wish for Wheels and 303 Colorado. A portion of the event proceeds will benefit the Colorado High School Cycling League, Trips for Kids Denver Metro and Wish for Wheels.