Introducing The

Copper Classic Experience

 

Copper Classic

Experience the Copper Triangle like never before! Register today for this one-of-a-kind adventure, which is limited to the first 40 registrants. Rub elbows and draft behind cycling royalty, while taking in the stunning views of Fremont, Tennessee and Vail Pass. We start high in the Rocky Mountains and only go up from there with a total elevation gain of 6,500 feet over the course of 79-miles.

Let’s Roll

$2000

  • 2-nights lodging at the world-class Copper Mountain Resort 
  • Welcome reception / meet & greet on Friday evening
  • A welcome bag with a commerative hoodie t-shirt and more 
  • Five-star dining Friday and Saturday representing the best of Colorado cuisine
  • Neutral route support & catered lunch
  • Gear shuttle
  • Bike wash
  • 1/2 hour massage (if permitable) 
  • And more!

 Please note – this event requires a minimum of 25 registrants two weeks prior the event in order to take place. Deadline to register is Monday July 27.

World Class Resort

 

Located just 75 miles west of Denver, Colo. in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Copper Mountain Resort is an ideal vacation destination with a laid-back and inclusive  vibe that represents the best of Colorado. Three pedestrian-friendly village areas provide a vibrant atmosphere with lodging, retail outlets, restaurants, bars and family activities. Each summer, the mountain transforms into an unspoiled playground for hikers, mountain bikers and those seeking a genuine Colorado experience.

What is the Route?

Graced with breathtaking scenery, gorgeous roads and three climbs over 10,000 feet.The 79-mile loop crests three Colorado mountain passes – Fremont Pass (Elev. 11,318’), Tennessee Pass (Elev. 10,424’) and Vail Pass (Elev. 10,662’) – for a total elevation gain of 6,500 feet.  The route incorporates three ski areas, is littered with historic mining outposts and includes Camp Hale, the training ground for the famous 10th Mountain Division. The total elevation gain for the course is 6,500 ft.  It’s an epic day in the saddle. 
Resources

Resources for Riders

Tips on Training

We want to make sure you show up to the event primed and ready to perform your best, so we’ve put together a few tips that will help you prepare and get you through your day out on the bike.

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Nutrition / Hydration

If you’re just drinking water, you’re not replacing components your body needs to perform. It’s important to replace both the fluid and electrolytes, specifically the sodium lost in sweat, otherwise you’re going to risk feeling like crap (and no one wants that. Especially in the middle of workout).

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Sponsors

Thank You To Our Partners

Centeral Rocky Mountains is the BEST place to ride, especially the Copper Triangle course.  This is a great expereince.
Robin, Denver, CO
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