City Grand Junction
The Grand Enduro will challenge you on three demanding stages in and around Grand Junction's Lunch Loops trail system. For those unfamiliar, the nature of these trails is very
The Grand Enduro will challenge you on three demanding stages in and around Grand Junction’s Lunch Loops trail system. For those unfamiliar, the nature of these trails is very technical and require expert handling skills as well as solid fitness.
What to expect:
Chunky, desert terrain that’s hard on body and equipment – bring sturdy tires and spare tubes!
Stages will lose significant elevation, but lack sustained steeps – be ready to pedal! However, this is no XC race, so bring your well equipped all-mountain bike. You’ll hate it on some of the punchy, short climbs but wish you were on an even bigger bike at some points!
All stages feature at least a few “moves” – sections of trail that are particularly precarious. Where possible we’ll have go-arounds, however these will generally cost you time! Pre-riding all stages is definitely recommended and required for stages 1 and 3.
25-40 minutes of racing over 7.2 miles of trail. 2.5-4 hours of total ride time covering ~23 miles.
may 8 (Saturday) - 9 (Sunday)
MAD Racing ColoradoJohn Klish P.O. Box 602
The Greater Grand Junction Sports Commission, and the Downtown Grand Junction Partnership welcome all participants to the Grand Junction Off-Road! Riders will climb their way out of downtown Grand Junction onto
The Greater Grand Junction Sports Commission, and the Downtown Grand Junction Partnership welcome all participants to the Grand Junction Off-Road!
Riders will climb their way out of downtown Grand Junction onto the Uncompahgre Plateau, while connecting some of the area’s favorite technically challenging singletrack, double track, gravel roads and the occasional paved segment in the world-famous Lunch Loops trail system and beyond.
During your visit to Grand Junction, enjoy three days of festivities in the Downtown Music Festival while being submerged in the mountain bike industry. Mingle with bike-minded people and the Grand Junction community while enjoying the area’s wine country and its appreciation for the outdoor enthusiast.
Bonus: All Finishers receive an engraved stemless wineglass emblazoned with the distance they’ve finished, 3-days of outstanding free live music at the Downtown Grand Junction Music Festival and the comfort of its meandering main street engulfed by industry expo + beer garden waiting at the finish for all Off-Road participants…this is one finish line worth achieving.
The ‘Grand’ has a 95% finish rate. Technical? Yes. But attainable, too.
may 14 (Friday) - 16 (Sunday)
Grand Junction, CO
Epic Rides[email protected]
What is Co2uT? Co=Colorado, 2=To, uT=Utah. A kick-ass gravel race from Colorado
What is Co2uT?
Co=Colorado, 2=To, uT=Utah.
A kick-ass gravel race from Colorado to Utah – and back!
Like no other Gravel on Earth!
Grand Junction – Fruita – Moab
Awesome, Road bike or Mountain Bike – that you did know.
But, driving the 1-70 corridor, looking north, you see a no-man’s-land. Having lived in this region for decades we finally said “What if? What if something is out there?”
We went exploring, and unlike the conquistadors, we found the treasure – Hidden in plain sight.
Mind-blowing terrain, roads, gravel, hills, views, wildlife & epic adventure! Now, you get to find it too.
The best gravel you never knew – Racing from Colorado, across the border to Utah and back.
You are about to find what we found. It’s not no-man’s-land. It’s Desert Gravel “Like no other on Earth!” You’ll never look out ‘there’ the same way again…
(Saturday) 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Grand Junction, CO
Co2uT Gravel Race[email protected] 303-475-6053
Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day are fun and easy, and they help get people outside and on bikes. There’s no cost to you or your participants (unless
Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day are fun and easy, and they help get people outside and on bikes. There’s no cost to you or your participants (unless you want to charge a fee to participants to cover your costs). The initiatives help create community connections, promote destinations, and can boost local economies. You can participate in Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day through your own programming or you can partner with other groups.
There are two ways to be part of Bike Travel Weekend & Bike Your Park Day:
1. Plan and register a Bike Travel Weekend trip at BikeTravelWeekend.org and/or register a Bike Your Park Day ride at BikeYourParkDay.org. Registration, planning resources, and inspiration are available for free. Plus, registrants will receive stickers for their group and will be entered to win a bike and Amtrak tickets to Glacier National Park.
2. Promote Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day to your customers, visitors, and friends. Visit the “Promote” pages at BikeTravelWeekend.org and BikeYourParkDay.org for sharing resources and a downloadable Toolkit with resources to help you plan your rides or just encourage others to participate.
Adventure Cycling also has Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day sponsorship opportunities to help you promote your brand or destination. Please contact me at [email protected] or (406) 532-2743 if you are interested in sponsorship or if you have any questions about Bike Travel Weekend and Bike Your Park Day. I would be happy to walk you through the planning and promotional resources and registration process. I can also send additional stickers and postcards for your audiences.
I hope to “see” you out on the roads and trails on June 5 – 7 for Bike Travel Weekend and September 29 for Bike Your Park Day. Enjoy your ride! Bike Travel Weekend, inspires thousands of people throughout the world to go on a one- or two-night bike trip to a campground, hotel or B&B on the same weekend. Registration, planning and promotional resources are free at BikeTravelWeekend.org.
4 (Friday) 7:00 am - 6 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
Unfortunately in June 2020 we were not able to celebrate the 35th Annual Ride The Rockies due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was hard
Unfortunately in June 2020 we were not able to celebrate the 35th Annual Ride The Rockies due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was hard but definitely the right choice and we hope everyone remains safe and well. We are looking forward to hosting more than 2000 riders from around the world to explore the Colorado Rocky Mountains by bicycle in 2021. It is a wonderful route and we know how much everyone was looking forward to it.
Registration for the 2021 Ride The Rockies is open so sign up now.
In 1986, 1,500 cyclists pedaled off on a 300-plus mile citizen’s tour that crossed three mountain passes and became an annual tradition called Ride The Rockies. The tour that Outside Magazine called a “celebration of fitness” now celebrates its 35th year as a beloved Colorado institution sponsored by the Denver Post Community Foundation. Ride The Rockies embraces not only cyclists but the towns, sponsors, volunteers and Colorado residents who enjoy following the annual multi-day event.
While the Tour route changes each year, the benefits and responsibilities of each host community remain the same. Benefits include publicity, positive economic impact, fundraising opportunities and a grant provided to an eligible non-profit agency in each host town by The Denver Post Community Foundation. Cyclists in 2019 spent an average of $250,000 in a 24-hour period in each town and many planned to return at a later date as tourists. Host communities provide alternative lodging, inexpensive community meals and entertainment.
Riders on past Ride The Rockies have represented all 50 states and 18 foreign countries. Ride The Rockies is a non-competitive event open to cyclists of all ages and participants are encouraged to ride at their own pace.
Proceeds from Ride The Rockies benefit The Denver Post Community Foundation. All funds raised are returned directly to Colorado nonprofits.
june 13 (Sunday) - 18 (Friday)
Colorado Rocky Mountains
Denver Post Community Foundation[email protected] 5990 Washington St Denver CO 80216
Join thousands of others around the world on September 25, 2021 to explore your parks and public lands by bicycle. Ride any distance on roads or trails and make a day of
Join thousands of others around the world on September 25, 2021 to explore your parks and public lands by bicycle. Ride any distance on roads or trails and make a day of it: stop to enjoy a picnic, pause by a river to cool your toes, or take a break at a visitors center to learn something new. What better way to spend a fall day celebrating our public lands?
Registration is free. Everyone who registers will receive a Bike Your Park Day sticker in the mail, and will be entered to win a Co-Motion Cycles Divide bike or two Amtrak tickets to Glacier National Park.
Thank you to the 2020 participants for being part of the fourth annual Bike Your Park Day, with over 1,000 rides and more than 14,000 participants.
Share Your Bike Your Park Day Photos: Continue to share your photos with us or tag them on social media with #bikeyourpark. Check out Bike Your Park Day photos on the Bike Your Park Day Facebook page.
All Day (Saturday)
The Tour of the Moon was made famous in the 1980’s Coors Classic and later in the cycling movie American Flyers. Its legacy continues as one of the premier road
The Tour of the Moon was made famous in the 1980’s Coors Classic and later in the cycling movie American Flyers. Its legacy continues as one of the premier road cycling events in the western United States.
The National Park Service caps our participation at 2,200, and we sell out every year, so sign up now to get your spot! A portion of your registration fee goes to support One Riverfront and Bicycle Colorado.
(Saturday) 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Two Rivers Convention Center
159 Main St, Grand Junction, CO 81501