Brunch was on Eyecycle sponsor Polidori Sausage on Sunday, July 31! The cyclists left their meeting place of CCB (Colorado Center for the Blind) near downtown Littleton and rode North along the South Platte River to LoDo Denver. Brunch was at Snooze, located in the revamped Union Station. Snooze is a VERY popular breakfast restaurant that also happens to purchase its custom-recipe sausage from Polidori. It was a win-win-win situation. After a leisurely brunch, the cyclists headed back to Littleton to burn off some calories.
Eyecycle vice president Nathan Elder was photographed at Union Station with his stoker, Susan Gengler. The photo was then used in an article written in Denver Water Department’s newsletter. Nathan is water resource engineer for Denver Water. You can read the entire article in the newsletter, Mile High Water Talk.
Thanks Polidori Sausage (and Randie Polidori) for a great brunch!