Tour de Fat 2011

Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
toTour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
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Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
Tour de Fat Thousands of biking enthusiasts pedaled their way around Denver on Sept. 10 for the Tour de Fat bicycle parade. Many wore costumes on the route, which started in City Park and then wound through Cheesman Park and passed the Capitol on its way back to City Park. The tour was made possible by New Belgium Brewing Company, which supports Bike Denver and The Denver Cruisers. (photo credit: CBS)
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