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The three-day tour kicks off and ends in the farming and ranching community of Eads, with looping, overnight stops in Lamar and La Junta. "We're excited to have it it's going to bring a lot of people into our town," said Marilyn Baxter, the mayor of
Font Resize A conductor watches as the Denver Post Cheyenne Frontier Days train prepares to depart in Denver on July 21, 2012. (Craig F. Walker, Denver Post file) The lottery for tickets to ride the 22nd annual Denver Post Cheyenne Frontier Days
Font Resize The Denver Post Marylu Smith, center, along with her daughters, Danika, left, 4, and Mia, 8, right, heads down a Kit Carson county road past corn fields during the "Pedal the Plains" bicycle tour in Burlington on Sept. 22, 2012. (Andy
Font Resize Special to The Denver Post When Union Pacific steam locomotive 844 rolls out of Denver early Saturday, it will be pulling The Denver Post Cheyenne Frontier Days train on its 21st trip to the "Daddy of 'em All" rodeo and celebrating the
Ride organizers this morning took the wraps off the route for the inaugural Pedal The Plains bicycle your, a fine three-day outing for flatland cyclists. The Sept. 21-23 ride will start and end in Yuma, with overnight stops in Burlington and Wray.