6202 Cycling Club


6202 Cycling was formed in December 2005 by... a group of Castle Rock-based cyclists who wanted to share their love of bicycling and their community.
The group’s goal: Create an environment where cyclists could join together for bicycle rides as well as create and undertake community service projects that would benefit local residents and visitors alike.

Along those lines, 6202 Cycling officially adopted Memmen Ridge Open Space in 2006. Working with the town’s Open Space and Trails staff, 6202 Cycling members drafted and built over two miles of singletrack trail which currently criss-cross the 40-acre open space just east of Downtown Castle Rock. The group continues to maintain the Memmen Ridge Open Space trail network with regularly scheduled maintenance, clean-up and trail-building events. 6202 Cycling members have also been integral in the development of other trail networks in Castle Rock including Ridgeline Open Space and Rhyolite Park Mountain Bike Park.
Several club members volunteered their time and expertise during the 2009 Castle Rock Kids’ Bike Race Series sponsored by the Town of Castle Rock and Castle Rock Bicycle Co. Meanwhile, many 6202 Cycling members are also actively involved in various other local trail and open space groups including the Ridgeline Wranglers.

6202 Cycling welcomes bicyclists of all styles – casual riders, racers, mountain and road cylists, men, women and families. Club members have participated in several organized local and regional rides including Elephant Rock, Triple Bypass, Courage Classic and the Laramie Enduro. In addition to regularly scheduled local rides, 6202 Cycling members have organized special club rides including road rides up Mt. Evan and mountain bikes rides in Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Georgia Pass.
6202 Cycling is a member of the League of American Cyclists, a non-profit membership organization which promotes cycling for fun, fitness and transportation through advocacy and education.