VOTE for your BEST of the BEST in our riding community, we will publish the results in our March 2019 issue and will have our awards ceremony on March 16th.
Pop up shops are all the rage in Denver, and chance to help small business owners get in front of direct consumers and sell their products.
Dirty Dogs Roadhouse and Colorado Rider News will be hosting a Christmas Shopping Day on Dec. 15th at 9am. ALL VENDORS are welcome for FREE and bring your tent (this event will happen rain or shine)! We are asking customer to come get some great deals and share some Christmas Cheer! [Read more…] about Dirty Dogs Roadhouse – Christmas Swap Meet
Over a thousand bikers showed up – and gussied up! – for the 33rd Annual Toy Run on Sunday, December 2, braving temps in the teens to line up and deliver much-needed toys to Children’s Hospital Colorado. [Read more…] about 33rd Annual Toy Run Delivers Joy to Children’s Hospital Colorado
David O, Assistant Director – Douglas County HOG Chapter
What a great question! Especially since HOG is celebrating its 35th anniversary in the same year that Harley-Davidson is celebrating their 115th anniversary! HOG (Harley Owners Group) is THE largest riding group in the world. Harley- Davidson organized HOG to bring together the rider, dealership and the brand. And if done well, works brilliantly! [Read more…] about Why We Continually Participate in HOG and The Children’s Toy Run
By: Debo Bailey
In keeping with tradition, Mile High Harley Davidson celebrated their 9th year hosting The Children’s Hospital Toy Run After Party. Without a doubt the Toy Run brings out the best in everyone and this year was no exception. [Read more…] about Mile High Harley-Davidson After Party
As Christmas gets closer, our Adopt-a-Family program is in full swing, and we still have some families that need to be adopted. We are continuing to receive the names of families in our biker community who are struggling, injured riders who are still recovering, or families of riders who have passed that are grieving. There are veterans and families that are without work that won’t be able to put Christmas under the tree without assistance from our Adopt-a-Family program. [Read more…] about Still Time to Adopt-A-Family for the Holidays
Marc Greenberg • 720-318-8281
Tell us a little bit about yourself: My name is Marc Greenberg. I first started in a formica/ cabinet shop in 1977 while still in high school. I worked as a union carpenter before going into business for myself. I opened my first carpet and tile store in 1984 in Wheatridge, CO. I personally enjoy designing and installing custom kitchens and bathrooms. I do all of my own work: you hire me, you get me. [Read more…] about Native Kitchen & Baths
By: Audrey Paulus
Angela Jean “AJ” passed away a little over a year ago due to a tragic motorcycle accident. We are featuring this Memorial of AJ because the loss of AJ is still relevant today. As many riders reading this will understand, losing a loved one stays with you long after the services are over. [Read more…] about Remembering a Biker that was Lost
In 1972, Dick DeVries brought his passion for 4-wheeling and the outdoors to the west side of Denver hoping to attract a clientele with a similar passion so he could grow a business. Four To Go thrived with making modifications to the early style Ford Broncos and Jeep CJ 5’s and then followed the trends of Jeeps and trucks ever since. Opening in 1972 makes Four To Go the oldest ‘Off Road Shop’ in Denver. In 2014, Four To Go decided to branch out and partner with Arctic Cat to bring in a line of ATV’s, side- by-sides, and snowmobiles. This made Four To Go the only Full Service Arctic Cat Dealer in the Denver Metro area. [Read more…] about Four To Go
When you hear bikers say, “Let’s meet at the Platte,” they are not talking about somewhere along the banks of the 310-mile Platte River. They’re referring to The Platte River Bar and Grill on Santa Fe Drive in Littleton, CO. This is a popular hangout for bikers, especially after a long ride in the canyons. It’s near 285, so it’s easy to get to. You would usually find riders hanging out on the patio deck. This gives them a good vantage point to their bikes down below in the ample motorcycle parking lot. It’s funny to see them discreetly nudging each other when they see someone gawking at their chromed-out masterpieces. [Read more…] about The Platte Bar & Grill