Mile High Bike Tours is Denver’s premier guided bicycle tour operator. There is no better way to explore downtown Denver’s treasured sites and must-see attractions than with a knowledgeable tour guide. We provide you with a unique and personal experience as we navigate along riverside bike paths, city bike lanes, and neighborhood streets. During the tour, we’ll visit diverse public art, important government buildings, beautiful parks, distinct architecture, professional sports arenas, and so much more! The tours are approximately 10 miles in distance and 2.5 – 3 hours long on flat, easy terrain. This is definitely one of the best things to do in Denver!
MEET OUR GUIDES
Monique grew up with a passion for mountain biking in the foothills of the Sandia Mountains in Albuquerque, NM, where bike rides with her brothers and friends were timed around the spectacular sunsets. When she moved to Denver she became fascinated with the downtown area and its unique buildings and public art installations. She realized there was no better way to sight-see and explore Denver’s attractions in such a short period of time, than on a bike. In her spare time she dabbles as an art dealer, musician and beer aficionado.
Steven Brown was born and raised in the Denver area. When he’s not leading tours he’s going to music festivals all over the country. He also knows his way around the downtown breweries. Anything to do with beer, just ask Steven!
Roger has been a guide in Colorado since 2005…and an avid biker for almost 50 years. His interests include history, physical fitness, sports and craft beers. “Colorado is a beautiful state and Denver a great city. Join me on a ride.”
Karen is an avid cyclist, outdoor enthusiast and history buff. She enjoys touring with visitors and locals alike on Denver’s great bike paths – and sharing the interesting sites shaped by our magnificent mountain setting. Music – including flute and fife – is another activity she loves. Now in her second season with Mile High Bike Tours, Karen would love to see which features you find most remarkable as you pedal around town: buildings of local marble and gold, public art, dinosaur discoveries or city venues!
Brock grew up riding bicycles in the Black Forest on the high divide between Denver and Colorado Springs. He teaches Geography and History at Colorado State University in Pueblo and spent nearly twenty years leading bicycle tours down the Pikes Peak Highway. Brock rode his bike across New Zealand, toured all over the US with a rock and roll band, loves to travel and camp with his girlfriend and cat, and finally moved to Denver neighborhood where he spent his youth attending punk rock concerts.