Hot To Squat: Timbuk2 Denver Grand Opening Event This Weekend

photo courtesy of Timbuk2


photo courtesy of Timbuk2
photo courtesy of Timbuk2

Mark your calendars: Timbuk2, everyone’s longtime favorite messenger bag maker, is planting its roots right here in Denver with its third retail store. Join 303 Magazine in commemorating Timbuk2’s  newest Larimer Square location this Saturday for the public grand opening celebration.

Timbuk2, a San Francisco-bred company, was founded in 1989 by bike messenger Rob Honeycutt in a Mission District garage.  Timbuk2’s designs are built to last a lifetime, from bags, packs and accessories to their original bike messenger bag.

“The relentless drive to inspire urban mobility, enable individuality and promote responsibility has propelled Timbuk2 forward as it continues fusing passion and style to create durable, functional products informed by the company’s longstanding cycling roots and today’s vibrant city landscape.”

photo courtesy of Timbuk2
photo courtesy of Timbuk2


  • 1411 Larimer Street, in the heart of Denver’s historic Larimer Square
  • Saturday, May 3, 2 – 8 pm
  • Beer and snacks provided by Great Divide Brewery and Biker Jim’s, respectively
  • Limited-edition Made in San Francisco gifts with every purchase
  • $5 Miir stainless steel pint glasses benefiting Bike Denver
  • Special deals on Uber rides to and from the event
  • RSVP here

“We’re incredibly excited to set up shop in Denver,” says Brand Director Lizzie Fallows. “Timbuk2’s mission to promote an active, adventurous lifestyle falls in line with Denver’s reputation as a renowned outdoors destination and dynamic creative hub. We feel right at home in Larimer Square and can’t wait to contribute to the community’s fast-expanding bike culture.”

PT-color-headshot-I3Jodilyn Stuart is the Health & Sports Senior Staff Writer for 303 Magazine, owner of ModaBody Fitness, and has been a professional fitness geek since 1997. If you have questions, feel free to email at:


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