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Date Friday  6/28/2013
End Date Friday  6/28/2013
Group Denver
Event Title RMOTHG Cycling – Mouse Trap Loop
Start Time 8:00 AM
Status Complete
Leader Peter Spandau
Co-Leader Wayne Tomasello
Member Price Free
Non-member Price Free
Available Participants 6
Type Trip
Trip Type Bike
Pace Casual
Classification Easy 
Trail Mileage 21
Elevation Gain
Driving Distance 0


The bike ride is a loop of about 21 miles that begins at the City of Cuernavaca Park and heads northwest toward Berkeley Park, across Sheridan Boulevard from Lakeside Amusement Park. From there we'll head north on Tennyson Street to Clear Creek Trail and east to the Platte River and south along the Platte River Trail back to the starting location.

Location of the starting point:
(Copy this hyperlink into your browser and get directions to the starting point.)

From I-25, take the 20th St. Exit and go east on 20th. Take the next right onto Little Raven Street. Take the next right onto 19th St. and go to the end. Take a right at the end onto Platte Street and go to the end. Go into the parking lot on the left at the end of Platte Street.

For more info Contact

Pete Spandau
Home: 303-432-2447
Cell: 303-808-3277 (Ride Day Only)


There is NO terrapin group this week.

All outings are subject to modification/cancellation due to trail conditions and changes in the weather. The essential items for participating are plenty of water, necessary items to repair a flat tire, (replacement tube for your bike tire size) appropriate clothing for changes in the weather and carrying ID and a medical card. Wearing a helmet is mandatory.

Following the ride, an optional lunch will be at Jacksons.


THIS TRIP IS FOR RMOTHG MEMBERS ONLY. Guests are allowed with the signing of a waiver form. Guests may participate in two of our activities before joining the Rocky Mountain Over The Hill Gang section and the Denver Group of the Colorado Mountain Club.