• Bob Cook Memorial Hill Climb, WHY??

    Submitted by 303cycling on April 21st, 2018

    Mark your calendars for the Bob Cook Memorial Hill Climb. Named the ‘Best and Hardest Hill Climb in the US’. Challenge yourself to the ride, not the drive. Read more

    • Bob Cook Memorial Mount Evans Hill Climb

      Submitted by 303cycling on March 29th, 2018

      Idaho Spring   The Bob Cook Memorial Mt. Evans Hill climb is an iconic bicycle race that takes place on the highest paved road in North America. Challenge yourself to check one of the coolest and most notable rides off the list. Event details and registration here   Part of the Colorado Summit Challenge Series,Read More

      • Colorado’s Top Three Uphill Races form Alliance: Colorado Summit Cycling Series

        Submitted by 303cycling on March 6th, 2018

        Organizers of the three top uphill cycling races in Colorado have formed an alliance to launch the Colorado Summit
        Cycling Series this summer, creating the country’s ultimate uphill challenge. Read on for all of the details. Read more

        • 52nd Annual Bob Cook Memorial Mt. Evans Hill Climb

          Submitted by 303cycling on June 30th, 2017

          The 52nd Annual Boob Cook Memorial Mt. Evans Hill Climb will happen in just a few weeks. Be sure to get registered. deadline is July 12th! Read more

          • Bob Cook Memorial Mt Evans Hill Climb

            Submitted by 303cycling on March 22nd, 2017

            Idaho Springs   The Bob Cook Memorial Mt. Evans Hill climb is an iconic bicycle race that takes place on the highest paved road in the United States. Celebrating it’s 52nd year, it was run for the first time in 1962 and has run consecutively with the exception of 3 times.It was renamed in 1981Read More

            • Bob Cook Memorial – Mt. Evans Hill Climb

              Submitted by David on July 18th, 2008

              The Mt. Evans Hill climb is a bicycle race that takes place on Mount Evans, Colorado. It was run for the first time in 1962. The race was renamed in 1981 in honor of five-time race winner Bob Cook, who died of cancer at the age of 23. The climb is a little over 27 miles. Read more