Pedaling the Poudre Bike Tour #1

By April 27, 2018
May 24, 2018 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
4900 Rist Canyon Rd
Bellvue, CO 80512
Pedaling the Poudre Bike Tour #1 @ Bellvue | Colorado | United States
Colorado’s waterways play an important role in our communities. They provide ecosystem benefits, habitat areas for fish and wildlife, and water for recreation, agriculture, industry and personal use. Join Water Education Colorado, the Poudre Heritage Alliance, and the Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed on May 24 or May 25 to learn about the various uses and benefits of the Cache La Poudre River. Explore this waterway by bicycle along with citizen leaders, volunteers, scientists, planners and water managers.


This roughly 9-mile route will begin at the Watson Lake parking area in Bellvue, northwest of Fort Collins’ city center. We’ll then travel east along the Poudre River Trail, stopping at several points of interest along the way. We’ll continue along the trail until just past Lincoln Ave. and then we’ll double back to the New Belgium Brewery, the final stop of the tour. *Note: The bike tour route is not round trip. Please make any necessary arrangements to get back to your vehicle after the tour.

All participants must bring their own bikes and be able to bike approximately 9 miles one-way. Additionally, all participants must wear a helmet to ride. If you do not have a bike to use, please check out Fort Collins’ bike share program.

Register today – the tours are FREE, but space is limited. Both the May 24 (afternoon) and May 25 (morning) bike tours are exactly the same. Click to register for the May 24 tour.