Mountain Biking

2015 - Mix & Mingle Ride at Betasso

BOULDER—As part of Boulder’s Walk & Bike Month, the Boulder Mountainbike Alliance will host the Mix & Mingle Ride on Tuesday, June 2 at 6 p.m. The ride will begin at Betasso Trailhead, 377 Betasso Road in Boulder, and is ideal for intermediate riders interested in meeting new friends. The ride, which ends at 8 p.m., will be followed by dinner and drinks. For more information, contact Dawna Graham at 303-919-7991 or

2015 - Beginners Trail Ride with BMA

BOULDER—As part of Boulder’s Walk & Bike Month, the Boulder Mountainbike Alliance will host a trail ride for beginners to mountain biking on Monday, June 1 at 6 p.m. and be held at Flatirons Vista Loop. Before the ride, there will be a review of the fundamentals of bike and body position, shifting, and braking. Ride Guides will stop from time to time to check in with the group, and give opportunities to work on the fundamentals. This is a no-drop ride.

2015 - CU Short Track Series

CU Cycling is excited to again be hosting the Summer Short Track Series at Valmont! Races will be held every Wednesday from May 27th until August 12th. Racing will start at 5pm with the kids race and will finish with the Men's A race at 7:15pm. We will have a race for everyone, from beginners, to kids, to elite racers! If you've thought about giving racing a try, but haven't yet CU Summer Short Track is the perfect place to give it a go.

2015 - Posse Trail Building - High Plains Trail

Portions of the Highplains Trail have suffred from the wet spring. BMA raised concern and OSMP listened. Now it is our turn to put our muscle where our mouth is. We'll be meeting at the Greenbelt Plateau Trailhead and wokring on the section of trail near the bridge. Come out and do your part to maintian the trails we love!

Meeting Spot: Greenbelt Plateau Trailhead

Please bring:
Water, Snacks, Sunscreen, Pants, Sturdy Boots, Work Gloves, Sunglasses, appropriate outer wear for weather.

Date: 2015/05/14 - 5:00pm - 8:00pm

2015 - Leadville Stage Race

Your challenge remains the difficult course that made the Leadville Trail 100 MTB famous, but now we are spreading it over three exciting days. It’s time to see what you’re made of. With a stage race format, you will be able to put the hammer down even faster and bring a team if you choose. You will get a chance to win daily prizes and maybe even wear the leader’s jersey on days two and three. In addition, there are many ways to gain entry into the sold-out LT100 MTB in August! Already in? This is the perfect training opportunity to get you race-ready by riding the same renowned course.


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