Few cyclists know about this unique cycling event in Teller County. With over 10,000 feet of elevation gain starting at 8,000 feet in elevation. The century ride thats you through Cripple Creek and Victor Colorado, the 75 mile route still has 6,000 feet of climbing and is more laid back with rolling hills. The 50 mile route is still a lot of climbing and the 30 mile and 18 mile out and backs are for the less challenging routes. Free Lunch, Free massages, Free Commemorative patch, and the best ice cream cones you can emagine at the finish line. All well supported, on paved county roads. Packets will be mailed 10 days before the event to all preregistered riders.
Event details and schedule
National Antum at 5:45 AM. Florissant Grange Hall will be serving breakfast for a $5 donation to the Grange Hall. 6 AM rolling start for all 106,75 and 50 mile routes. 8 AM start for all 30 and 18 mile route riders. Free Lunch will start at 10:30 AM and Free massages will start at Noon. Walkup registrattion will be taken at the start at 6 AM.