DUAL SPORT, SINGLETRACK & ADV RIDE

HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO RIDE IN COLORADO?

• But don’t know where to ride?
• Or stay, eat or get fuel?
• Do you want to ride trails & Mountain Passes you’ve only heard about?

Or just want to go riding somewhere different?

We may have the answer.

X-Roads of the Rockies is a combined Dual Sport, Singletrack and Adventure ride in the Heart of the Rocky Mountains

Thursday Aug. 15th thru Tuesday Aug. 20th

Chaffee County Fairgrounds at the Crossroads of the Rockies in Salida, Colorado

20+ Loops. GPS tracks, 5 nights of camping, 5 meals, beverages, Ride with GPS membership and a finisher pin are Included

  Camaraderie & Local Support

 

Dual Sport Ride @ 12,000 feet

Dual Sport are challenging or easy, your choice.


True Adventure

ADV loops are Adventure Bike suitable terrain,  you may spend all day riding. 

ADV loops include multiple Mountain Passes. Pavement, Dirt Roads. Some ADV loops include 2 Track & Jeep Trails.


Continental Divide Singletrack

We provide access to trails, terrain and to creative routes you would otherwise not find.

We help you access some of the most spectacular trails and passes in the Rockies in a little known area of the Rocky Mountains.

You will not ride to Dead-Ends on our routes. All of our routes loop.

 

If that sounds good, continue reading on More Info…

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Our Playground is Vast!

 


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Keith DeJongh on top of Whale Hill at 12k feet. 2018 in Bonanza @ X-Roads of the Rockies. San Luis Valley below with some weather passing through. Photo Credit Benjamin Hovig
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