** AUGUST 6, 2016 **
The Colorado Cyclist Copper Triangle course is a spectacular 78-mile loop cresting three Colorado Mountain passes – Fremont Pass (elevation 11,318’), Tennessee Pass (elevation 10,424’) and Vail Pass (elevation 10,666’). The course passes three ski areas and is littered with historic mining outposts and camp Hale, the training ground for the famous 10th Mountain Division. The total elevation gain for the course is 5,981 ft.
Check out all the ride details. Riders will start and finish at Burning Stones Plaza in central Copper Mountain Resort, Colorado. Amply stocked aid/rest stations will be positioned throughout the course. Upon returning from your ride, participants will be greeted by the “Alpine Celebration”. The post-ride party, with music, a first – class lunch, prize drawings and cycling expo will continue throughout the afternoon.
The 2015 Jersey
Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Colorado Cyclist Copper Triangle by ordering your very own jersey designed by riders, for riders. This jersey is the perfect mix of retro-chic design combined with modern textile technology to keep you cool up the climbs and comfortable for days. Included with your registration, but we will also have extras to purchase.
Every Victory Counts
Join the Victory Crew & help raise funding to fight Parkinson’s disease.
MORE THAN $750,000 RAISED
Colorado Cyclist Copper Triangle has raised more than $750,000 dollars to the Davis Phinney Foundation since 2006. Join in the effort in raising more this year to raise awareness and the fight against Parkinson’s disease.
Alpine. Cycling. Classic.