The Copper Triangle is a 78-Mile course with an elevation gain of almost 6,000 feet over three mountain passes. The famous Copper Triangle has long been considered one of Colorado's classic alpine road rides graced with breathtaking scenery. Upon completing the ride, cyclists will be greeted by the "Volkswagen Alpine Celebration" with music, a first-class lunch, prize drawings and a cycling expo throughout the afternoon. The price for this event varies between $125-$155. Early registration is encouraged before March 31st.
Hosted and organized by the Colavita Southwest Cycling Team, The Durango Century is a loop ride from Durango, Colorado to Farmington, New Mexico and back. Riders can chose between 50, 84 and 100 mile rides, which are on a mix of small country roads and county highways with short, gradual hills in one of the most majestic areas of the Southwest.
The Tour de Steamboat is an annual bicycle event that brings together 1000 cyclists and over 30 local and state-wide volunteers, on a one-day ride through beautiful Northern Colorado. Names like Rabbit Ears Pass, Gore Pass, Stagecoach, Toponas, Upper Craven and Wolford Mountain dot this incredible route, and 3 mileage options offer something for everyone to enjoy. We are a non-competitive event open to cyclists of all ages and participants are encouraged to ride at their own pace and enjoy the majestic scenery in our part of the world!
Tour de Ladies is a fully supported, non-competitive, women only cycling event through the rolling hills of Douglas County. With two route options, there is a ride for everyone. Whether you are a novice or experienced cyclist, Tour de Ladies is a fabulous opportunity to spend the day with your girlfriends while enjoying a gorgeous ride. Best of all, it's a celebration of sisterhood as we support the Women's Crisis & Family Outreach Center.
Enjoy a 1 or 2 day cycling adventure with 3,000 of your closest friends. Choose your challenge from route options for all cycling abilities: cruise rolling hills as you depart Westminster and travel through the quaint towns and back roads of the Colorado foothills or tackle the mountain climbs surrounding Horsetooth Reservoir before you descend into the city of Fort Collins.