Cyclists celebrate Triple ByPass bike race

13th July, 2014 by

By Chris Freud

AVON — It is not a race. The Triple ByPass Ride, which saw about 3,500 cyclists roll from Evergreen to Avon’s Nottingham Park, on Saturday is not a competition. Try telling that to those who finished. This is their Tour de France or USA Pro Challenge. When one conquers 120 miles that includes Squaw, Loveland and Vail passes — hence the Triple ByPass — it’s a triumph of Herculean proportions. “I’ve been riding my bike for about seven or eight years and this is, by far, the biggest accomplishment I’ve ever had on the bike,” Denver’s Colin McCallin said. “I’m …

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