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Death Ride Tour - Ride to Defeat ALS

June 11-13, 2016

An Epic Charity Cycling Event In Southwestern Colorado

"The Death Ride Tour is more than a cycling challenge; it's a test of will. A conversation with one's own faith of spirit to endure. The confidence gained by persevering in the face of hardship and exhaustion serves one in all facets of life"

Bicycle Bob Gregorio – The Original Death Rider.

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2015 Event

2015 - Rough Riders

Rough Riders 200 is a two day event. Entrants may choose to ride the 200 (100 miles both Saturday and Sunday for a total of 200 miles) , choose to ride the 100 (a century ride on either Saturday or Sunday), or the 150 - ride 100 miles Saturday and 50 miles on Sunday. For riders that are just getting started in endurance riding, there is the Bobcat Pass 50, a 50 mile ride on Sunday.

2016 - Pedal The Plains

Pedal The Plains is Colorado’s end-of-season cycling bash, capping off our world-class cycling event calendar on September 16-18th. With a route that will be announced in late April, followed by online registration, this event is ideal for riders of all speeds and ages. A true two-wheeled celebration of Colorado’s Eastern Plains, Pedal The Plains will include barbecues and on-route tours of working farms and historic sites along with nightly live music and entertainment.

2015 - Copper Triangle

The Colorado Cyclist Copper Triangle course is a spectacular 78-mile loop cresting three Colorado Mountain passes – Fremont Pass (elevation 11,318’), Tennessee Pass (elevation 10,424’) and Vail Pass (elevation 10,666’). The course passes three ski areas and is littered with historic mining outposts and camp Hale, the training ground for the famous 10th Mountain Division. The total elevation gain for the course is 5,981 ft.

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2015 - Tour de Steamboat

The Tour de Steamboat is a unique multi-distances ride that’s all for the cyclist and all for our chosen non-profit organizations. In its 12th year the Tour de Steamboat is professionally run by an all-volunteer, no paid staff event put on by the locals in Bike Town / Ski Town USA. As a result every dollar you spend goes straight to giving you the best riding experience available and to support four great non-profits in the Yampa Valley. Thanks to our great supporters and sponsors we will have a great collection of swag to benefit our riders and in turn our nonprofits.

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