Townsend Screaming Eagles Motorcycle Club

Townsend Screaming Eagles Motorcycle Club

Townsend has numerous clients who ride motorcycles, president Jeff Townsend included! Clients are always interested in planning rides to different destinations and being able to meet other clients. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Townsend Screaming Eagles Motorcycle Club, please contact Jessica: Jessica@TownsendRetirement.com.

Upcoming Motorcycle Rides:

  • Saturday, May 20 – Townsend Screaming Eagles Ride
  • Saturday, June 17 – Screaming Eagles Motorcycle Ride
  • Wednesday, July 26 – Saturday, July 29 – Screaming Eagles Motorcycle Ride
  • Saturday, August 26 – Screaming Eagles Motorcycle Club

May 20 – Wrist Canyon (by Fort Collins)

Total Trip Length: 100 mi
Total Drive Time: 3 hours

One way mileage from Caribou Coffee (located by Townsend north office) is approximately 100 miles and 3 hours to the Canyon Grill for lunch. Riders will leave from Caribou Coffee at 7:00am, stopping somewhere half way for a pit stop. Could be the Marina at Carter Lake or at the parking lot at Pinewood Reservoir. (Brad will let us know before the ride.) Return route to be determined depending on everyone’s preference.

June 17 – Bishop Castle (Southwest of Pueblo)

Total Trip Length: 359 mi

Roundtrip mileage from Caribou Coffee (located by Townsend north office) is approximately 359 miles. Riders will leave from Caribou Coffee at 7:00am. South meeting location will most likely be Loaf & Jug by the Meadows Parkway exit at 8:00am.

July 19-22 (4-day Ride)

A two night stay in Montrose followed by a one night stay in Gunnison.

July 19: From Morrison you will ride down 285 to Poncha Springs then to Montrose passing though Saguache, Gunnison, and Hotchkiss.

July 20: This day you will ride up through Grand Mesa, down through Gateway to Telluride before heading back up to Montrose for the night.

July 21: You will make your way to Gunnison. From Montrose you will head down to Telluride then take 145 to Dolores. From there you will go through Durango and Pagosa Springs before catching 160 to South Fork. At South Fork you will catch 149, taking you through Creede and Lake City before ending at Gunnison for the night.

July 22: You will make your way back home passing Poncha Springs catching 285 up through Fairplay and Bailey before arriving back at Morrison.


August 26 – Pike’s Peak

Total Trip Length: 250 mi

Roundtrip mileage from Caribou Coffee (located by Townsend north office) is approximately 250 miles. Riders will leave from Caribou Coffee at 7:00am. South meeting location will most likely be Loaf & Jug by the Meadows Parkway exit at 8:00am. Please note; there is a $12 fee to ride up to Pike’s Peak.

Unless otherwise indicated above or you receive an email with another meeting location, our rides will begin at the Caribou Coffee Shop in our complex. We will meet at 8:00 a.m. and leave at 8:30 a.m. South riders will be notified as to where they can meet us. Please let Emma Townsend know if you plan on riding with us, therefore we don’t leave anyone behind. As always the ride depends on the weather.

Contact information and ride maps are sent via email. If you will be riding with us this year, please send your current email address to Madison@TownsendRetirement.com so that we can keep you posted on the status of the Rides.

Click here to download a PDF of the riding guidelines.

Click here to download a PDF on motorcycle safety from the Colorado Department of Transportation.

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