Bike & Climb Colorado

Curated by the DEN Arts Program
August 2018 to October 2018
Jeppesen Terminal
Ansbacher Hall, Level 6 North, before A Bridge Security

Bike & Climb Colorado put Coloradans’ passion for biking, hiking and climbing on display. The exhibit featured an array of photos, paintings, climbing and biking equipment and even a few taxidermy critters, that all captured the relationships and interplay between recreation, conservation, transportation, restoration, safety and innovation in Colorado’s great outdoors.

Photo Gallery


The DEN Arts Program partnered with several organizations and individuals to help represent the vast number of biking, hiking and climbing opportunities throughout the state. Bike & Climb Colorado was both educational and visually impactful with features touting Colorado’s famous 14ers displays of extraordinary custom and retro bicycles to name a few. An excursion through Bike & Climb Colorado took DEN travelers on an adventurous journey throughout the mountains, cities and plains of our amazing Centennial State.

Participating exhibitors included: American Alpine Club; American Mountaineering Museum; Bicycle Colorado; Colorado Department of Transportation; Colorado Fourteeners Initiative; Colorado Mountain Club; Colorado Parks and Wildlife; Connor Wood Bicycles; Continental Divide Trail Coalition; Outward Bound; Rocky Mountain Posters; White Rhino Customs.