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Tarry-It-Up

The Tarry-It-Up will give you jaw dropping views and climbs. Join one of our most popular local routes, 30 miles, 50 miles and a metric century, by Tarryall.

Bicycle Colorado members get a $10 discount code for registration. Are you a member? Email us at info@bicyclecolorado.org to get your code!

The Routes


There are 30 mile and 50 mile route options, all with jaw dropping views and climbs.
These routes 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.

Century Experience Ride

At the after party we will offer free lunch and ice cream cones. You may purchase additional lunches at that time for guests. Donations for breakfast starting at 7:00 AM. A great atmosphere to relax and socialize with fellow cyclists. Your entire registration supports Mountain Top Cycling Club, a 501(c)3 non-profit!

Event Details

One of our most popular local routes! Metric Century, Half Century, and 30 mile routes. Out and back through the gorgeous Tarryall river valley.

The Tarry-It-Up features the legendary finish line massages, popular aid stations, beautiful mountain scenery, spectacular summer weather, safety radio support, and delicious start & finish line food trucks.

  • Scenic ride through beautiful Colorado backroads
  • Legendary finish line massages
  • High Quality “Technical Performance Shirt” ($20.00 Value)
  • Popular fully staffed rest stops
  • Road event signage
  • SAG Vehicles
  • Emergency radio personnel in all SAG vehicles and at all rest stops on the course
  • Delicious start & finish food trucks

 

Event Start: 7:30-8:00 AM – All cyclists have to be on the road by 8:00am to participate.

Directions to the start/finish line: Out of Lake George, CO, take County Road 77 to Mile Marker 32. The parking and start/finish is roughly 9.5 miles from the Lake George intersection of County Road 77 and Highway 24.

eBike/Recumbent/Tandem/Mountain: We welcome all forms of cycling!
If you choose to participate in Tarry-It-Up using an E-bike or any other motor assisted vehicle, you will be assuming all risk and burden in any maintenance or assistance required resulting in any difficulties or breakdowns of that vehicle. Tarry-It-Up may not be able to assist you with any problems you might have with your eBike.

Photos and elevation/route stats: https://mountaintopcyclingclub.com/woodland-park-cycling-events/tarry-it-up/

Club website for map and more info: www.mountaintopcyclingclub.com.

The Mountain Top Cycling Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. A portion of the proceeds will be given to local non-profit organizations in exchange for volunteer hours. Mountain Top Cycling Club supports the Teller County High School Mountain bike teams. Mountain Top Cycling Club also partners with The Woodland Parks Parks and Recreation Department to host ice cream socials and Bike the Night, family rides that promote cycling for families.
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Event Details

When:

Saturday, July 30, 2022

Time:

08:00am - 03:00pm

Location

Lake George, CO
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