Big city, great riding

If you've got a bike, Denver has the trails

Scott Mercier’s former professional cycling teammate, Peter Stubenrauch of Golden, served as Mercier’s guide on a ride up Lookout Mountain, which was included in a stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in 2012. The climb is 4.6 miles long with an average gradient of 5.4 percent and 1,219 feet of climbing. It is classified as a Category 2 climb by the International Cycling Union.



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Scott Mercier’s former professional cycling teammate, Peter Stubenrauch of Golden, served as Mercier’s guide on a ride up Lookout Mountain, which was included in a stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge in 2012. The climb is 4.6 miles long with an average gradient of 5.4 percent and 1,219 feet of climbing. It is classified as a Category 2 climb by the International Cycling Union.

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