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The Century Experience Ride

The Mountain Top Cycling Club will host its seventh annual Century Experience Ride Saturday, June 16th!

There are 50, 75 and 100 mile route options, all with jaw dropping views and climbs:

  • 100-mile century with over 10,000 feet of elevation gain will take you around Cripple Creek, Victor and Guffey, CO
  • 50-mile half century with 4,000 feet of elevation gain
  • 75 mile route with 6,000 feet of elevation gain
  • They are all fully supported, all on paved roads, should you want to skip a section and sag to the next rest stop. You can ride your own route, go up and turn around at any point as long as you are on the same course as our event.

 

At the after party we will offer free lunch, massage and ice cream cones. You may purchase additional lunches at that time for guests. A great atmosphere to relax and socialize with fellow cyclists.

Event details:

  • Free lunch and free massages!
  • Military discount is $10, and tandem discounts are also offered. Rebates for MS150, Tour de Cure riders. Fully supported, all on paved roads. Early registration savings. Click our website below to learn more.
  • Registration will start at $60 Before January 1st or without a t-shirt $55. Then January 1st it will start at $65. March 1st it will increase to $70, April 1st $75, Walk ups will be taken the day of the event. You must be pre-registered before May 1st to be guaranteed a t-shirt.
  • Rolling  start from 6 AM to 8AM from 11984 County Rd. 1, Florissant CO 80816. Walk up registration and packet pickup will be available at 5:30 AM. We will mail out packets 10 days before the event, unless otherwise noted. If you forget your packet we will reissue a number that morning. The Food Pantry will host a breakfast by donation starting at 5:30 AM for a donation to the Food Pantry. Free lunch and massages will be provided by Mountain Top Cycling Club.
  • T-shirts will be guaranteed if ordered before May 1st. Ride jerseys will be available for $65.00. Order before February 14th to guarantee size and availability.

 

Club website for map and more info: www.mountaintopcyclingclub.com.
Active.com link takes you directly to registration.

 

The Mountain Top Cycling Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. A portion of the proceeds will be given to Four Mile Community Church in exchange for volunteer hours. Mountain Top Cycling Club supports the Teller County Composite High School Mountain bike team. Mountain Top Cycling Club also partners with The Woodland Parks Parks and Recreation Department to host a bike rodeo.
Mountain Top ride experience poster

Event Details

When:

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Time:

06:00am - 04:00pm

Location

Florissant, CO 80816
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