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Ken passed away unexpectedly 4 days before his 56th birthday on April 23rd, 2022. He was loved dearly by his family, friends, church, his neighbors, and the entire Littleton community; however, his loss has been felt most deeply by his wife, Susan, and their two children, Zach and Sarah.  

After Ken's Celebration of Life service, many family and friends rode bikes to a local brewery to share stories of Ken and the impact he had in their lives.


To mark the one-year anniversary of his passing, we again want to gather all those who loved Ken to ride bikes to a local brewery, listen to live music performed by his friend and bandmate, Buzz, and share stories to remember our dear friend.


The Ken Dold Memorial Ride started with the vision of remembering Ken near his birthday and the anniversary of his death. When considering how to best celebrate this great man, we wanted to do it in a way that he would have loved. So we combined some of his favorite things into a fun afternoon of bikes, music, brews, and community.

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Ken loved biking, carving out time every week to get in miles on his bike. He was an accomplished rider, participating in the Triple Bypass, Copper Triangle, and Elephant Rock rides. He loved to share his passion with his friends.
All who knew Ken knew that music was dear to his heart. He loved to play any chance he got and was lead guitarist in Old Man Rock and the Wingmen, as well as a worship leader at his church.
Even though not originally from Colorado, Ken quickly fell in love with the Colorado lifestyle. Skiing, riding, hiking, and of course, Colorado beer!
Ken knew the importance of community and spent much of his time developing deep friendships, spending time with family and neighbors, and serving on the board of his HOA.
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