Routt County Riders

Routt County Riders began in the early 1990s as a group of mountain bikers interested in building and maintaining trails in our area.  In the early 2000s, local road cyclists started showing up to meetings asking for representation to advocate for safer roads.  As interest and membership grew, we began to support programs and scholarships for youth cycling, community cycling initiatives and advocacy, and both mountain and road cycling events. Today we are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) Chapter club that continues to grow and represent more variations of biking, including downhill/freeride, year-round commuting, and adaptive cycling.


Bicycle Colorado

Thrilled to have been named an #InnovationGrant recipient by the National Safety Council for our Bicycle-Friendly D…

  • Always good to see our logo out on the trail!
  • Our communications manager (yours truly) leaves his @warbyparker #warbyhometryon out on his desk during a meeting and look what happens… #pranksters #lookingood #bicyclecolorado
  • Glad to see the bicycle repair station at Wash Park getting put to good use (even if we never like to see a fellow bicyclist in need)! Thanks for putting these up, @denverparksrec—you helped him get home safe!