2012 Epic Volunteers

An outstanding group of Volunteers at the 2012 Epic at Buffalo Creek
2012 Epic Volunteers

Saturday Night Campfire

Hanging at the Campfire on Saturday evening.
Saturday Night Campfire

Kai & Mom

Kicking back with Mom at the 2012 Epic at Buffalo Creek  
Kai & Mom

Honey Stinger

Great new Energy Sponsor for the 2012 Epic
Honey Stinger

Tire Toss

A little relaxing fun at the campground during the 2011 Epic at Buffalo Creek courtesy of the BikeSource
Tire Toss

Wizards of Whack

Some excellent entertainment & beverage for our volunteers after a great day on trail at the 2012 Epic at Buffalo Creek
Wizards of Whack

USFS Assist

Forest Service fire crew clearing standing dead and down trees for the volunteers
USFS Assist

Walking Out

Volunteers walking out in the "Burn" area on the upper section of Nice Kitty Trail
Walking Out

Youth Volunteers

  Youth volunteers for the Trailblazers' 5/14/11 Trail Day
Youth Volunteers

Finish Trail Tread & Boardwalk

 Outstanding finished trail tread and "Boardwalk" on the saddle of Nice Kitty Trail
Finish Trail Tread & Boardwalk

The 2015 Epic at Buffalo Creek was a GREAT success!!!

KUDOS to all the Volunteers who came out  and TE Cycling for partnering with the Colorado Trailblazers for the 2015 Epic at Buffalo Creek 9/18-20/15 .  We developed approximately 540 yards of exemplary new sustainable trail and reclaimed the old alignment for mother nature.  Again, the Epic was a great team effort of volunteers, sponsors and oversight from the S. Platte Ranger District.  The weather was outstanding with Zoka’s Restaurant bringing in their outstanding cuisine and  Matt Weatherbee & the Lookout Mountain Boys playing into the early morning hours.   Everyone GREATLY appreciated the swag and support from the BikeSource and Mojo Wheels bike shops in the Denver Area!!!

Photos from the 2015 Epic at Buffalo Creek are available online by clicking here!

We extend our compliments to all the volunteers and Jefferson County Open Space (JCOS) Staff that came out on May 13th, May 16th, June 20th and July 18th in support of our construction efforts widening turns / approaches from what were tighter switchbacks / turns (difficult to navigate) and clearing vegetation greatly improving accessflow and user interaction on lower Hummingbird Trail and the Reynolds to N. Fork Trail.   Feedback received from JCOS on the results have been outstanding!  To to visit the associated online photo galleries click here.