Royal 50 MTB Race
Race Details:

Fremont Adventure Recreation is proud and excited to announce the Royal Gorge Region's first ever mountain bike race - The Royal 50. This epic ride, which will take place on the newest jewel in Cañon City's crown - the Royal Gorge Park Trails - takes you across singletrack trails that offer flowy fun and technical challenges.

Registration will open on April 1.

We would like to thank our supporters, sponsors, and participants of the last five years of Bikes & Brews. As our organization and area grows and evolves, we hope that you will share our excitement as we more forward with this new iteration of cycling events. Thank you

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AshleeNeva (Jan 4, 2019 at 13:02)
This event is back in 2019! Please see our website at www.royal50.com for more information on this year's new, improved, and extended festival.
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    14.4 miles
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    1,907 ft
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