At Big Ring Cycles, we are proud to be a part of a vibrant Colorado cycling community.
Bicycle Colorado envisions a Colorado where riding a bicycle is always safe and convenient for everyone, where bicycling is the top choice for recreation and everyday trips, and where the benefits of bicycling are experienced and valued by all people in our state.
Colorado High School Mountain Biking Association
The Colorado High School Cycling League is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit youth development organization, that serves students in Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. Our purpose is to build strong minds, bodies, and character, guided by the principles of inclusivity and equality. The league produces an interscholastic mountain bike race series, provides training and education to support coaches teams. Big Ring Cycles is proud to sponsor the Compass Montessori High School team.
COMBA, the Colorado Mountain Bike Association
COMBA, the local chapter of the International Mountain Bicycling Association, is committed to being an advocacy voice for Colorado mountain bikers, maintaining and building natural surface trails, teaching proper trail use to cyclists, and working in collaboration with land managers to protect the landscapes where we love to play.
Big Ring Cycles is a proud sponsor of RacerX Cycling, a bike racing team located in Golden, Colorado specializing in road, mountain, time trial, cyclocross and women's racing.
Big Ring Cycles is a proud sponsor of Palmares Racing, a Denver based elite amateur cycling team, founded in 2017. Palmares races across all categories in Road, Cyclocross and MTB.
Bike Ambassadors is an organization that supports and encourages women riders by sharing lessons and adventures in racing and commuting, in the hopes that more women will ride and commute... and drive less!?
Golden Optomist Club, Bicycle Recycle Program
Have an old bike hanging around? One your child has outgrown? Or maybe a relic you thought you'd fix up sometime? The Golden Optimists Club refurbish bikes and provide them to people who use them for transportation, fitness and fun. Since the program’s inception, more than 7,000 bikes have been repaired and donated to those in need.