COBRAS member Jim Leach presented Cliff Brewer, Event Director for Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson’s and Margaret Tennant, an active cyclist who suffers from Parkinson’s a donation of $500 from the COBRAS during our annual road clean up today. Thank you to all the COBRAS members and friends who came out today and participated in the COBRAS Annual Road Clean up!
The COBRAS received this very nice note from Erica Hine, Membership Manager at Bicycle Colorado. Thank you, Erica, and yes, the COBRAS proudly support Bicycle Colorado, Bike Jeffco, Project ReCycle, Craig Hospital, the Davis Phinney Foundation, Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado and the Cancer Fitness Institute.
Congratulations to all the riders who participated in the 2018 COBRAS Deer Creek Hill Climb! It was a great day, beautiful weather, the course was clean and the traffic was light! It doesn’t get much better! Click here for the results. Photos of the DCHC have been added to the Photo Gallery.
COBRAS Present Bicycle Colorado with a donation of $1,000.00 at the Pedal the Plains event in Limon CO. David Hunter, president of the COBRAS and Larry Potter, Treasurer had the pleasure of presenting Piep van Heuvan, Policy Director for Bicycle Colorado our donation.
COBRAS secretary Tom Dunn presents Charlie Myers, Bike Jeffco – Chairman with a check for $1,000.00 to support Bike Jeffco and their mission to promote and advocate road cycling as a mainstream transportation and recreation option, to increase its safety and to be the voice of road cyclists in Jefferson County, Colorado. For more information about Bike Jeffco go to https://www.facebook.com/Bike-Jeffco-195121777184168/
COBRAS donate funds to Project ReCycle. COBRAS president David Hunter along with COBRAS treasurer Larry Potter presented Project ReCycle’s executive director Jon Buck a donation from the COBRAS for $500.
Project ReCycle was founded in 2010 to provide smiles to children all over Colorado via a bicycle. That has not changed today. Their first run at this venture led them to create a program that would not only guarantee smiles but would also influence children’s academic behavior in a positive manner. As part of their Dream Bike Program,Gold-Participant Children, during their academic year, are encouraged to earn a bike by improving in 3 areas; Respect, Attendance and Academic Growth. For more information about Project Recycle, go to https://projectrecycle.org/
COBRAS Donate funds to Craig Hospital. COBRAS president David Hunter along with COBRAS members Craig Seaman, Hans Schulze and Larry Potter presented Michael Fordyce the President and CEO of Craig Hospital a check for $500.00 on behalf of the COBRAS. This was both a joyous and humbling experience to be able to take part in this event and see the work that Craig hospital does. Unfortunately, a fair number of Craig Hospital’s patients are cyclists, including some COBRAS members. The COBRAS are proud to be able to contribute to the work that they do.
COBRAS Board of Directors Announces the 2018 List of Organizations to Receive Donations. The COBRAS cycling club will be making donations to the following organizations:
- Bicycle Colorado $1,000.00
- Bike Jeffco $1,000.00
- Craig Hospital $500.00
- Davis Phinney Foundation $500
- ReCycle Project $500
This year the COBRAS have donated $12,000.00 to various charities and bicycling advocacy groups.
This year the COBRAS/KHMTT donated $1,400.00 to the Cancer Fitness Institute in memory of Karen Hornbostel. The amount of this year’s donation will provide roughly 8 CancerFit Scholarships, which allows the participant to enroll in the 8-week class free of charge. Our continued support of the CancerFit program is very much appreciated by CFI. For more information about CFI, visit the KHMTT.com website. https://khmtt.com/cancer-fitness-institute/
COBRAS/KHMTT present BRAC with a check for $7,000.00 to support bicycle racing in Colorado. Larry Potter, the treasure of the COBRAS bicycle racing club presented Shawn Farrell, the Executive Director of the Bicycle Racing Association of Colorado (the local USAC association) with a check from the proceeds of this year’s KHMTT.
Mid Week Show and Go Rides are BACK! Greg is back in the saddle, and leading this great weekly ride! Due to the work occurring at Chatfield Reservoir, the ride now meets at Cherry Creek High School parking at the SW corner of Union AV and Dayton ST just outside Cherry Creek State Park. Show and Go means make your own decision about weather conditions. The ride will leave at 5:30 pm sharp to finish around Sunset.
The COBRAS are accepting new members! Now is a great time to join the COBRAS, keep active on the bike with our weekly rides! Racing and non Racing members welcomed! It’s easy and you can join online today! Just click on JOIN COBRAS for more information.
COBRAS on Strava! COBRAS president David H. has created a Strava group for the COBRAS. Several members have joined in the past month. Your Strava stats can be downloaded and compared to our teammates in COBRAS. Sign up here and have some fun.
Come join us on a Saturday ride! Our club rides are open to members and non-members as well. You can receive notifications about our rides by signing up for our weekly Club Ride Notices.
Lost or forgot the COBRAS Member only password? You can get it instantly using the Password Request Form.
Follow us on Facebook! You can find it at COBRAS Facebook page. Give us both a Like and Follow Us! Also be sure to invite all your cycling friends to like/follow our Facebook page.
Looking for a mid-week ride? We have posted our team ride routes to the web site that you can download and follow. Go to Route Collection and enjoy!
We need photos! Please send any COBRAS team photos to email@example.com
- November 17 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm