Colorado High School Cycling League


The Colorado High School Cycling League serves students in Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. The League provides students with exceptional mountain biking opportunities with the goal of building strong minds, bodies, and character one pedal stroke at a time.

The Colorado League was founded in 2009. The first season of competition was in the Fall of 2010. The program hosts an interscholastic high school cross-country mountain bike race series, and provides training and education to teams and coaches, regardless of experience or level of expertise. The purpose is to build strong minds, bodies, and character, guided by the principals of inclusivity and equality, one pedal stroke at a time.

Races are open to any high school student regardless of skill level. Teams from southern Wyoming to northern New Mexico participate. To learn more about joining your local team, please visit our Teams page.

The Colorado League actively partners with high schools as they develop and start programs for their students. The Colorado League assists these programs and teams by providing yearly coach development courses. Having supportive schools, coaches, and families, as well as dedicated student-athletes, the Colorado League aims to bring communities together through mountain biking.



Find a team near you HERE


RACE #1 – August 25/26

Frisco Bay Invitational, Frisco



High School Mountain Bikers Swarm Frisco to Play in the Dirt

RACE #2 – Sept 9

South – Cloud City Challenge at Colorado Mountain College, Leadville

South Conference High School Racers Flock to Colorado Mountain College




North – Showdown in the Boat, Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs Hosts a Herd of North Conference High School Racers



RACE #3 – Sept 23rd

North – Granby Ranch Round Up, Granby

South – Chalk Creek Stampede, Nathrop

RACE #4 – Oct 6/7

Haymaker Classic

Eagle – Conference Championship


Durango – Qualification Required



The Olsson Family Bonds over Bikes

Chris Anderson Starts Go Ride Fund to Raise Money for Another Student-Athlete