Looking for a fun eBiking vacation, how about Denver, Colorado? It’s a great place for riding and the (e)Revolution National eBike show is happening there June 8-11, 2023. You can enjoy some fun riding around Denver and check out the latest eBikes at the show, including the new eMTB Denago models!
Denver has a lot of different riding opportunities from city riding to exploring the natural areas in the Rocky Mountains. There are also a bunch of hiking and camping opportunities around the Denver and Rocky Mountains.
The city has art museums, the zoo, music events, sports events, shopping, historical landmarks, botanical gardens, and much more! Denver also has an impressive food and beverage scene. There are a number of breweries in the area including Coors with regular tours available.
With the exciting new eBikes at the (e)Revolution National eBike show and all that Denver has to offer, an eBiking vacation to the Mile High City is a good idea.
The (e)Revolution National eBike Show
The (e)Revolution is a new eBike show at the Colorado Convention Center that will have the first couple of days (June 8 & 9) dedicated to the electric bike industry meeting and doing business. Then on June 10 & 11 the show will be open to the public (consumers) for eBike test rides, educational seminars, and the ability to talk with representatives of eBike companies.
If you are a current or prospective Denago eBike dealer, such as an independent local bike shop, powersports shop, or other retailer, you can meet with Denago to learn more about dealer partnership programs during the first two days of the show.
The e(Revolution) is held in conjunction with the Big Gear Show with the same dates and at the Colorado Convention Center. Consumer tickets also grant access to the consumer days of the Big Gear Show, where you can see other outdoor gear for hiking, kayaking, and other outdoor sports, in addition to bikes.
Consumer Ticket Pricing
Early Bird: $10 Thru May 12th
Advance: $12 May 13 – June 9
Show Day: $15
Children 12 And Under Free With Paid Adult
Family Packages Available, Use Promo Code 'family' To Access Offer.
Fun Places to Ride eBikes in Denver
Bring your bike to the (e)revolution show! Here are some ideas for riding in the Denver area.
Explore the city with a bike tour: There are several bike tour companies in Denver that offer guided tours of the city's top attractions. Some of the most popular tours include the Denver City Tour, the Historic LoDo Tour, and the Brewery Tour.
Bike along the Cherry Creek Trail: The Cherry Creek Trail is a scenic paved trail that runs from downtown Denver to Cherry Creek State Park. The trail is perfect for leisurely rides or longer excursions, and it provides great views of the city and the surrounding mountains.
Mountain biking around Denver: There are a number of dirt roads and trails to ride an electric mountain bike or electric fat bike. Trailforks has a good map system of these eMTB trails that you can find using the “E-Bike” filter on their mapping system.
Bike to a Rockies game: Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, is located in downtown Denver and is easily accessible by bike. Riding to the game is a great way to avoid traffic and parking hassles, and you'll get some exercise in the process.
Bike to a brewery: Denver has a thriving craft beer scene, and many of the breweries are located in bike-friendly neighborhoods. Consider taking a brewery tour by bike, or simply ride to a nearby brewery for a sampler.
Bike the High Line Canal Trail: The High Line Canal Trail is a 71-mile trail that stretches from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains to the plains of eastern Colorado. Note that some sections of the trail do not allow eBikes but some do. Here is a website with more info on what sections allow eBikes.
Denver Century Ride: Although this happens on September 23, it's something to keep in mind if you want to come back to Denver. The Denver Century Ride is an annual event that offers riders the opportunity to choose from several different route options, ranging from 25 to 100 miles. Electric bikes are allowed!
These are just a few of the many exciting biking activities available in Denver. There is something for everyone in the Mile High City, whether you are a casual rider or a serious cyclist.
Denver’s Successful eBike Incentive Program
Denver is serious about electric bikes being a good transportation solution for its residents. They first rolled out their eBike incentives which were in high demand and they currently have given out more than 5,000 rebates.
The next round is set to be released at the end of May and some rebates are up to $1,400 towards an eBike. Here is more information on the Denver eBike rebate program.
Other Fun Denver Activities
Denver is a vibrant and diverse city with plenty of things to see and do. Here are some fun activities to check out in Denver.
Visit the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater: Red Rocks Park is a unique and stunning natural landmark that features towering rock formations and an iconic outdoor amphitheater. It's a great place to take a scenic hike, see a concert, or simply enjoy the breathtaking views.
Explore the Denver Art Museum: The Denver Art Museum is a must-see for art lovers, featuring a vast collection of over 70,000 works of art from around the world. The museum's architecture is also a sight to behold.
Walk around the historic Larimer Square: Larimer Square is the oldest block in Denver and is home to some of the city's best restaurants, shops, and nightlife. It's a charming and picturesque area with a rich history, making it a great place to explore on foot.
Take a tour of the Coors Brewery: The Coors Brewery, located just outside of Denver in Golden, is the largest single-site brewery in the world. Tours of the brewery are available on select days and include a look at the brewing process and the history of Coors.
Visit the Denver Zoo: The Denver Zoo is a family-friendly attraction that features over 3,000 animals from around the world. Highlights include the Predator Ridge exhibit, the Tropical Discovery exhibit, and the Elephant Passage exhibit.
Check out the Denver Botanic Gardens: The Denver Botanic Gardens is a beautiful and peaceful oasis in the heart of the city, featuring over 24 acres of gardens and displays. Highlights include the Japanese Garden, the Monet Pool, and the Mordecai Children's Garden.
Enjoy outdoor activities at City Park: City Park is a popular destination for outdoor activities such as picnicking, jogging, and playing sports. It's also home to several popular attractions, including the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and the Denver Zoo.
Shop and dine in LoDo: Lower Downtown Denver, also known as LoDo, is a trendy and vibrant neighborhood that's home to some of the city's best shopping, dining, and nightlife. It's a great place to explore during the day or night and offers something for everyone.
The Rocky Mountains: The Rocky Mountains are amazing and are best explored with an eBike ride, hike, boat, and camping if possible. These are just a few of the many fun things to do in Denver.
Whether you're interested in art, nature, history, or simply having a good time, there's plenty to discover in this vibrant and dynamic city.
Places to Stay
The Colorado Convention Center (where the (e)Revolution show is located) is in Downtown Denver with many hotel and vacation rental options around.
Getting to Denver
Denver is a major transportation hub with many options for getting there. Here are some ways to get to Denver:
By air: Denver International Airport (DEN) is one of the largest airports in the world and serves as a hub for several major airlines. There are non-stop flights to Denver from many cities in the United States and around the world.
By car: Denver is located at the intersection of several major highways, including I-25, I-70, and I-76. If you're driving from the west, take I-70 through the Rocky Mountains for a scenic route. From the east, take I-70 or I-76. From the south or north, take I-25.
By bus: Greyhound and other bus companies offer service to Denver from many cities in the United States. The bus station is located in downtown Denver.
By train: Amtrak's California Zephyr line stops in Denver on its route between Chicago and San Francisco. The train station is located in downtown Denver near the Colorado Convention Center.
Once you arrive in Denver, there are several transportation options available, including rental cars, taxis, ride-sharing services, public transportation, and bike share/rentals.
Enjoy Your Travels!
Denver has a lot of fun to offer and when combined with the (e)Revolution eBike show it can all add up to a great vacation.
And stay tuned for more eBike vacation ideas.
Enjoy your rides!