February 12, 2015
It’s been called the most challenging Road Bike Tour in Colorado!
After such a great 2014, CRMBT is extremely excited to announce the route for 2015 as they continue to provide a challenging yet fun Road Bike Tour in Colorado.
While the 2014 CRMBT will be a tough one to follow, as it was first time any ride of this kind has included Pikes Peak, the 2015 Ride promises to once again be a weeklong Colorado bicycle tour for passionate cyclists.
The Central Rocky Mountains will once again offer challenging climbs, beautiful scenery and fun mountain towns for all of the 2015 participants.
CRMBT is going to see areas that inspired early mountain men, prospectors, fur traders-you name it to come out to Colorado. Get away from the heat and experience crisp, clean mountain air at 12,000 feet!
What makes the CRMBT special is the fact it is a tour created for cyclists, by cyclists. And, the 2015 route will take you over some of the highest and most challenging climbs in Colorado.
But it’s just not the big hills, it’s the way the climbs and the days link to each other along with the towns that makes the 2015 route a really great ride. Riders will visit towns people travel from around the world to visit.
Share this experience with friends and fellow cyclists, but with CRMBT, you’re not sharing it with a huge crowd since the tour is capped at 500 riders. So, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to meet new friends on the road, but you won’t get crowded out at the Aid Stations or long bathroom lines. Additionally, you’ll get into the smaller town’s restaurants without long waits and there’s always hotel rooms available. And, if you’re camping, you’ll find plenty space and showers.
In other words – low stress on the logistics, so you can focus on the ride!
CRMBT is for the serious, passionate cyclist.
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