Mountain Top Cycling Club

Woodland Park, CO

See pictures on our facebook page.
https://www.facebook.com/MountainTopCyclingClub/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1079383652120951

Thank you to all of our volunteers and sponsors for making this event Great!

I am still unpacking and cleaning. I have a lot of drop bags left. I will be mailing them out ASAP.
Debbie

Categories: Events, News

8 Responses so far.

  1. Teri Harper says:

    I want to register for the 2016 Experience Ride

  2. mtcc says:

    Fantastic, I added the links to the website. Active and Get Event, Let me know if you have any problems.
    Deb

  3. judine leonhart says:

    Sign me up for 2016

  4. mtcc says:

    Thanks Judine,
    Active.com http://www.active.com/florissant-co/cycling/mountain-top-experience-ride-2016?int=
    Get Event.com http://www.getevent.com/races/event/60143/2016-Experience-Ride-Florissant-CO
    I will have the 2016 printable registration form updated soon off the website, Experience Tab. Just print, sign and mail.

  5. Barbara Marshall says:

    So what day is it? You don’t list that. Active is being difficult in locating this ride so that we can register.

  6. mtcc says:

    June 11, 2016. http://www.active.com/florissant-co/cycling/races/mountain-top-experience-ride-2016?int= I am so sorry, I thought it was linked directly. I will check into it. Thank you so much for the reply.

  7. Connie Lorig says:

    I don’t see the 50 mile route for 2016. Am I just missing it, or is it not on the site? Can you tell me what it is? Thanks much!

  8. mtcc says:

    Hi Connie, The 50 mile loop is the first part of the 106 mile route. If you look at the 106 mile map on the website under Experience Tab. You will see a 50 mile bail out option for the 106 milers. You go to rest stop 1, then you would do the Cripple Creek and Victor loop and then instead of going down County Rd. 11 to do the 75 mile loop or the second half of the 106 mile loop you would simply stay straight on Teller 1 and go back to the finish for a great after party!!

    I always recommend the 75 mile loop instead of the 50 mile loop. Both are fully supported on county paved roads but the 75 mile loop is open, free and more enjoyable by far. You can always change your mind once you get to the first rest stop. If you look at the elevation chart on the website it starts with the 50 mile route, then it goes into the 75 mile route for a total of 106 miles. I hope this answers your questions. Feel free to call anytime, Debbie 719-689-3435