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Rider rides and events are unsupported. But what
do you expect with mixed terrain touring? Below is a list of our most
The Quadruple Bypass
(AKA: The Century from Hell)
This is definitely one of the toughest mixed terrain day rides in the
world. Are you ready to test your limits?
The Mount Evans Alpine Challenge
Climb up the steep road to the top of Mount Evans, one of Colorado's
14,000 ft. peaks. This is truly a difficult climb. The movie "American
Flyer" features this route as the finale (but ends before the top).
Closed in winter, the next Rough Rider trip will be in July once the
road is cleared.
Fall River Mixed Randonee
This is a big ride. Much of this route is above timberline. Closed in
winter, the next Rough Rider trip will be in June once the road is cleared.
Breck-Taos Alpine Tour
An alpine tour from Breckenridge, Colorado to Taos, New Mexico. This
route includes single track, dirt roads, old back trails and pavement.
Much of the route is at high altitude, some exceeding 12,000 ft and
takes approximately 5 days to complete. The trip is typically planned
for late August/ early September.
Buffalo Bill Rough
Ever heard of Lookout Mountain overlooking Golden, Colorado? Yes, Buffalo
Bill is buried on top of this majestic peak. Lookout Mountain has a
classic road climb, but also some very nice single track. The Colorado
Rough Riders link single track with pavement for a fun mixed route.
The route is often ridable throughout winter months. Contact the Colorado
Rough Riders for ride schedules.
North and South Table Mountain near Golden, Colorado
offer great mixed terrain routes. These routes are often ridable throughout
winter months providing mountain+cross
racing throughout the year. Contact
the Colorado Rough Riders for ride and race schedules.
What is Alpine Touring?
What is Mountain+Cross?