For the second time this season, the Broncos will wear their orange jerseys — this time against the Detroit Lions.
For that reason, the matchup has been dubbed Orange Sunday, and the Broncos are asking fans to wear orange to the game.
In addition, the Orange Sunday celebration will begin with the second annual Orange Ride.
The inaugural Orange Ride last season included approximately 800 riders.
In conjunction with the City of Denver, B-cycle, the Denver Cruisers and Bike Denver, fans are encouraged to ride their bike to the game. The Denver Pavilions and Paramount Café will be hosting a pre-ride party, starting at 10 a.m., with the group ride to Sports Authority Field at Mile High leaving at 11 a.m. MDT.
Among the riders will be Mayor Michael B. Hancock, 9News’ Susie Wargin and Broncos alum Rich Karlis.
Fans can also ride to the stadium from their homes, and all bike riders will receive free admission to the Broncos Barn tailgate party, which opens at 11:05 a.m. MDT, an Orange Ride T-shirt and complimentary gift bag.
Even bike riders without a ticket to the game can take in the action by staying at the Broncos Barn after kickoff to watch the Broncos take on the Detroit Lions — kickoff is scheduled for 2:05 p.m. MDT.
Visit Ticketmaster.com for any availability for Sunday’s game.
Visit DenverBroncos.com/OrangeSunday for more information.