2021 Ride Calendar
All Organized Rides
All Organized Rides
Grand Fondo / Single Day Ride
High School League
Mountain Bike Rides
A new event not to miss: Bike for the Canal Challenge! The fundraiser starts August 1st and completes on October 10th. The event is raising money for a fantastic organization,
A new event not to miss: Bike for the Canal Challenge! The fundraiser starts August 1st and completes on October 10th. The event is raising money for a fantastic organization, the High Line Canal Conservancy. Set a goal to bike 71 miles on or off the Canal while raising $710 for the Conservancy. All participants will receive a Primal Wear, Inc. Bike FOR the Canal jersey.
August 1 (Sunday) - October 10 (Sunday)
Whether you’re a passionate leaf peeper, dedicated big mountain rider, or simply seeking a great way to spend a fall weekend in Colorado, the first annual RTR Getaway Cottonwood Classic
Whether you’re a passionate leaf peeper, dedicated big mountain rider, or simply seeking a great way to spend a fall weekend in Colorado, the first annual RTR Getaway Cottonwood Classic has something for you.
Starting and finishing in Crested Butte, this 194-mile, three-day semi-supported tour makes a clockwise loop around the heart of Colorado’s central Rockies. Along the way you’ll climb up and over some of the state’s most iconic climbs, including the newly paved Cottonwood Pass, Monarch Pass, and Ohio Pass. Total uphill pedaling for this long weekend, October 1-3, 2021, is just a shade under 13,400 feet, all of it above 7,000 feet, including the tour’s highpoint of 12,126 feet atop Cottonwood Pass.
- Thursday, September 30, 2021 – Packet Pick-up: Crested Butte
- Friday, October 1, 2021 – Salida
- Saturday, October 2, 2021 – Gunnison
- Sunday, October 3, 2021 – Crested Butte
1 (Friday) 6:00 am - 3 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
Denver Post Community Foundation[email protected] 5990 Washington St Denver CO 80216
Come and be a part of the largest women's mountain bike event in the world at the 10th Annual Beti Bike Bash! Whether you like to ride, race or just
Come and be a part of the largest women’s mountain bike event in the world at the 10th Annual Beti Bike Bash! Whether you like to ride, race or just enjoy getting outside with your friends, the Beti Bike Bash brings together the cycling community in a unique and supportive environment. The highlight of the weekend is a women’s mountain bike race catered to all levels, including juniors, the Never Ever category, all the way up to the seasoned professionals. If you want to learn more skills and gain confidence on the bike, join the VIDA MTB Series clinic on Saturday, and check out the Little Bellas for your daughter ages 8 to 13. Grab your friends, your family, and your biggest supporters for a weekend of FUN for all!
(Saturday) 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Team Evergreen[email protected]
Come ride with us and enjoy:+ Great camaraderie+ Great food stops+ Great support from over 130 volunteers, all working to ensure you have a
Come ride with us and enjoy:
+ Great camaraderie
+ Great food stops
+ Great support from over 130 volunteers, all working to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable ride
+ Great scenery
+ Great challenges for all abilities
Bicycle New Mexico
25, 50 or 100-mile options. Miles of history pass under your wheels as you bicycle down the ancient Turquoise Trail, onwards through the Galisteo Basin to the old village of Galisteo, and back into scenic Santa Fe.
The Santa Fe Century is the first major cycling event in the spring in the Southwest. The weather in May is moderate and provides an opportunity to shed the winter gear for some wonderful springtime riding in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The mission of the Santa Fe Century is to get people interested in cycling and to have fun doing it! Our ride is primarily volunteer led and organized. We welcome riders of all ages and abilities.
(Sunday) 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
209 Ten Mile Circle, Copper Mountain, Colorado 80443
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Cycling announced the USA Cycling National Championships schedule. Riders from throughout the country will compete to win one of over 600 Stars and Stripes jerseys
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Cycling announced the USA Cycling National Championships schedule. Riders from throughout the country will compete to win one of over 600 Stars and Stripes jerseys in their respective categories with racing spanning coast-to-coast.
The schedule starts in early April this year with National Championships being contested almost every month in junior, collegiate, amateur, elite, and master categories.
“Every year, the USA Cycling National Championships brings together the best athletes in the country who have spent all year preparing for their chance to wear the Stars and Stripes jersey and win a national title. What we love about bringing these national championships to life is that they are not only an opportunity for riders to compete on the national stage, but it brings the host cities and cycling community together,” said Chuck Hodge, USA Cycling Chief of Racing and Events. “2019 was an impressive year watching our athletes inspire us across all disciplines. We are excited to return in 2020 to some amazing venues as well as introduce our community to some new and exciting destinations and are looking forward to the thrilling races ahead.”
The 2020 schedule starts off with Collegiate BMX in Redmond, Ore. inside the Deschutes County Fairgrounds. Collegiate Road returns for a second year to the Peach State in Augusta, Ga. The U.S. Pro Road Nationals goes back to the hills of Knoxville, Tenn. Masters and Para Track Nationals goes to the famous Valley Preferred Cycling Center, known internationally in the cycling community by its nickname T-Town, in Trexlertown, Penn. Elite and Juniors Track will once again race at the VELO Sports Center in Carson, Calif. Mountain Bike Nationals will remain at Winter Park this summer. Fall will kick off with Collegiate Track Nationals at the Major Taylor Velodrome in Indianapolis, Ind., home of Marian University. Marathon Mountain Bike will move to later in the year at Palo Duro Canyon, Tex. in September. We are excited to bring Collegiate Mountain Bike to Purgatory Resort in Durango, Colo., the host of the first Mountain Bike World Championships. The year closes with Cyclocross Nationals in DuPage County, IL, where cyclocross athletes and fans alike can experience the amazing culture that the Chicago-area cyclocross scene provides.
All Day (Thursday)
Head out on the Royal Gorge Trails Fremont Adventure Recreation for the most incredible mountain bike course in southern Colorado! The jewel of the Royal Gorge Region’s
Head out on the Royal Gorge Trails Fremont Adventure Recreation for the most incredible mountain bike course in southern Colorado! The jewel of the Royal Gorge Region’s trail system – the Royal Gorge Trails – is a stunning system of singletrack trail. Trails range from green to black and flowy to technical. With a significant amount of elevation gain, you’ll have the opportunity to climb through the hills surrounding the north rim of the famed Royal Gorge over the Arkansas River. Catch views (and your breath) along 20 available miles of unique singletrack.
YOU MUST REGISTER BY OCTOBER 1 TO GET A RAD T-SHIRT.
All Day (Saturday)
Canon City, CO
Course Description: This course is sensational!! Phenomenal views, super challenging but brutally fun 73 & 30 Mile Course, 80% Dirt, 20% paved and bike path. Starting at Buffalo Lodge Bicycle
Course Description: This course is sensational!! Phenomenal views, super challenging but brutally fun 73 & 30 Mile Course, 80% Dirt, 20% paved and bike path. Starting at Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort, Go directly into The Garden of The Gods, One loop then Turn North on Rampart Range Road. (first Timed section up Rampart Range Road to top of Rampart Range and turn around for 30 mile ride.) Rampart to Mount Herman Road, down to Monument, back on path through the Air Force Academy, Woodmen ave (2nd timed section to the top of Mount Blodgett). Then ride down to flying W to 30th Street to Garden of the Gods where you complete a large lap to go to the Buffalo Lodge Bicycle Resort! 73 mile course 6700 feet of climbing, 30 mile course 3933 feet of climbing. COURSE MAP 73 Course Map 30
No License Required to participate!
Super Challenging, Beautiful, Well Marked Course
NEW 2019 Chip Timing by Racing Underground
2 timed KOM’s Determine the winners.
3 Aid Stations, #1. Buffalo Bicycle Lodge top of up Rampart Range rd Mile 17. and #2. USA Cycling around mile 30,. #3. Top of Mt. Blodgett. Please bring more water and food than you think you might need:)
Free t-shirt if registered by midnight October 1st, 2019
$500 1st, $250 2nd, $100 3rd Male 73 mile course
$500 1st, $250 2nd, $100 3rd Female 73 mile course
Trophies top male and female 30 mile course
Top 3 Age Group Awards all courses
Free Bristol Beer & Post Event Lunch Party, Free lunch!!!
Live Music DJ
Cool Custom Race Number Plate!
(Saturday) 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
6150 Corporate Dr, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919
Romp through the woods in a new way this winter! Whether your goal is to try something new, wake up your biking legs, keep your skills fresh, or learn some
Romp through the woods in a new way this winter! Whether your goal is to try something new, wake up your biking legs, keep your skills fresh, or learn some new ones, this beginner friendly ride through the woods is a great introduction to the sport of fat-tire biking. Salsa Mukluk fat-tire bikes equipped with 5″ wide tires and winter specific biking gear. Conditions vary significantly throughout the winter and we will be riding “snow or no” on bikes that allow us to enjoy mountain biking in all seasons!
December: 18th & 19th
december 18 (Saturday) - 19 (Sunday)
Flying J Open Space Park