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Copper Triangle – Postponed to 2021

WE’LL RIDE AGAIN SOON

For the last few months we have watched as the COVID-19 pandemic has made waves around the world. We’ve spent that time working in close partnership with city and county agencies to make the best, safest and most educated decision possible for the well-being of our community as well as yours.

Summit County continues to limit large gatherings and Lake County has elected to not approve special event applications through the balance of the summer.  Even with recent variances and some restrictions softening, we support these public health measures and therefore have cancelled the 2020 edition of Copper Triangle on August 1.

We truly appreciate your patience as we explored options during this very challenging time and we look forward to hosting you at another Roll Massif event in the future.  If you have any questions, please reach out to us at Support@rollmassif.com.

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Learn more about Colorado’s Classic Alpine Road Ride! We start high in the Rocky Mountains and only go up from there.

Based at Copper Mountain in the heart of the Rockies, the famous Copper Triangle is a Colorado classic. This road sportive is graced with breathtaking scenery, gorgeous roads and three climbs over 10,000 feet, each with a timed segment.

Every year thousands of riders flock to Copper Mountain. Don’t miss it!  

The Route

The  Copper Triangle course is a spectacular 79-mile loop that crests three Colorado mountain passes – Fremont Pass (elevation 11,318’), Tennessee Pass (elevation 10,424’) and Vail Pass (elevation 10,666’). The route incorporates three ski areas, is littered with historic mining outposts and includes Camp Hale, the training ground for the famous 10th Mountain Division. The total elevation gain for the course is 6500 ft. Click here to see the map and learn more.

Registration

Registration is limited to the first 3,000 riders, so register early to guarantee a spot!

Riders under the age of 18 are FREE and must be accompanied by an adult.

Tandems are allowed on the course, but each rider on the tandem bicycle must register separately.

Rider finishes at the Copper Triangle

Weekend Activities

The Copper Triangle will start and finish at the Burning Stones Plaza at Copper Mountain Resort.

Friday, July 31

4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. – Registration / Packet Pick-Up & Expo  – Click here for location

5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. – Brews and Tunes. Grab a beverage and experience the magic of a Rocky Mountain evening. Play life-sized lawn games and enjoy free live music from Umberto Fonte on the West Lake Stage in Après Alley, Center Village.

Saturday, August 1

5:30-8 a.m. – Registration / Packet Pickup – Click here for Location

5:45-7:45 a.m.  – Start Time

10:00 a.m.  – Alpine Celebration; to include lunch, live entertainment and expo

2:00 p.m. – Check presentation to the Davis Phinney Foundation

4:00 p.m – Course Closes

Dusk – Copper Campfire (Center Village). Roast s’mores and sing along with Colorado’s finest guitarist, Randall McKinnon.

Experience Colorado One Ride at a Time

For one low price, the Pedal Pass offers entries into a combination of Roll Massif sportives: Sunrise to Sunset Elephant Rock, Elephant Rock, Copper Triangle, Crooked Gravel, Sunrise to Sunset Winter Park, Tour de Vineyards and Tour of the Moon. Choose between our new 3-Pack, 4-Pack, or our VIP Pass or Massif Pass.

Elevate your season today!

Learn more about the Pedal Pass

Copper Triangle

Click here to learn more and register!

Event Details

When:

Saturday, August 01, 2020

Time:

06:30am - 04:00pm

Location

Copper Mountain Resort Copper Mountain, CO
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