Cycling CME

A unique CME learning experience for physicians who love cycling

Active CME:  Combining Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Bicycle Touring for the Healthcare Provider

Future Cycling CME Conference Locations

Although Cycling CME will continually hold conferences in Grand Junction, Colorado, we are entertaining the idea of expanding outside of our Valley. Here are some of our thoughts...give us yours!

1. Vail, Colorado

This adventure will take you to the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains! Vail...it's more than a ski town. There is much to see and do in this alpine village. The area is perfect for biking, hiking, gondola rides, alpine gardens, and scenery-gazing. The clean mountain air, tranquil atmosphere, wildlife, wildflowers, and pristine mountain views, make Vail Valley a picture-perfect destination. 

 

2. Moab, Utah

If you love adventuring in the outdoors, Moab is the perfect place for you! Here you will find all types of outdoor activities to keep you busy having fun. If you enjoy mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, river rafting, canyoneering, and much more, this is the perfect destination.

This area of Eastern Utah provides a gorgeous backdrop setting for a CME conference. From the sandstone landscaping of Canyonlands National Park, the red rocks of Arches National Park, or the breathtaking forest of the La Sal Mountains, you will be taken in by its beauty. 

 3. Eastern Shore, Maryland

Cycling the Eastern shore of Maryland means touring the rolling countryside and the lowlands of the Maryland Eastern Shore. The towns and villages of Maryland's Bay region are known for fishermen, craftsmen, and culinary artisans. This Coastal region creates a scenic sea level opportunity to test your abilities on relatively level terrain. Local seafood is king with focus on Maryland crab cakes and seafood boils.

 

4. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

We are interested in bringing Cycling CME to our home state of Pennsylvania! After spending a few days in the great city of Pittsburgh, exploring and attending CME lectures, we will begin to cycle a section of the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP). This rails-to-trails bike path is a gem and we are sure you will love the scenery, packed crushed limestone surface, and average grade of less than 1%.

 

Give us your feedback on what looks most interesting to you! The response you provide helps us know what location to pursue next. Please go to our contact page to respond.  

Any suggestions on great conference site locations for Cycling CME?  Drop us a line and let us know!