» Family Fun
The entire family can enjoy a day of cycling. If you choose a local path in the city or want some high country trail, you will be ready. So pack up the kids, fold up the trailer and get ready to tag-a-long....read more.
The weather in Colorado can change in no time at all: snow one day and sunshine the next. Yes even in the middle of summer and especially at altitude...read more.
» News & Events
Find out all the happenings in the road and mountain bike world in Colorado. Visit our News & Events page to see what's going on.
» About Us
Our website was established in 2008 and we are looking forward to providing outstanding information about cycling in Colorado. Our specialty is in the area of Mountain and Road biking. We also strive to include options for family rides or for any non-riders of the family (while mom, dad, sister or brother may be enjoying their favorite road or trail). This ensures that families can recreate together in the surrounding region. Feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
» Featured Rides
Early September brings new meaning to the term Gold Rush in Colorado. When the Aspens turn from green to gold you know winter is close behind. Riding in the high country of Colorado will give you rich rewards. As you pedal through amber canopies of leaves and crisp autumn days, the Colorado high country is like no place else. By now you have peaked in riding skills and ability and you are ready to continue on with serious riding. Whether on the road or singletrack, this time of year brings changes and changes fast. Snow in the morning and sunshine in the afternoon, or anything in between. So dress warm, have layers to add or subtract and get ready to roll out. Check out our featured ride, Kenosha Pass to Georgia Pass
» Switchback Cycling Blog
Our Tire Talk blog is also the place for our readers to blog about ride conditions they have encountered. This will be your opportunity to contribute to the cycling community throughout the state.
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NorthwestWhen conjuring up images of Colorado people from out of state will often have their thoughts and images formed by this region. The eastern border of this region follows the Continental Divide. The serrated snowy peaks of the Rocky Mountains, chiseled walls of Glenwood canyon, and the plateaus and mesas of the western slope are all here. The mighty Colorado River flows through this region. Most have heard of at least one or two of the legendary resort towns such as Aspen/Snowmass, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Steamboat Springs. Take note: world class ski resorts with champagne powder in the winter also provide epic cycling and Family Fun adventures in the summer.
CITIES:Arapahoe Basin, Aspen, Avon, Basalt, Battlement Mesa, Beaver Creek, Bond, Breckenridge, Buford, Carbondale, Clark, Clifton, Climax, Collbran, Copper Mountain, Craig, Dillon, Dinosaur, Eagle, Edwards, Fraser, Frisco, Fruita, Gateway, Glenwood Springs, Granby, Grand Junction, Grand Lake, Gypsum, Hayden, Heeney, Hot Sulphur Springs, Keystone, Kremmling, Maybell, Mccoy, Meeker, Mesa, Minturn, New Castle, Oak Creek, Palisade, Parachute, Parshall, Powderhorn, Rangely, Red Cliff, Redstone, Rifle, Rio Blanco, Silt, Silverthorne, Slater, Snowmass Village, State Bridge, Steamboat Springs, Vail, Walden, Winter Park, Yampa.