Denver Post Community Foundation
Discounted Fee Deadline:
Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 12:01 AM MT. View Full Fees
Online Registration Deadline:
Monday, May 31, 2021 at 5:00 PM MT
Add donations and merchandise to your registration below. You can also donate or purchase items without registering.
Your credential packet will be shipped at the end of May, 2021 instead of picking [+more] it up at a packet pickup or on registration day.
Leave your car for the week in the the Start Community of Durango or in Cortez for the 2 Day Tour.
You may have a support vehicle with you and you will need a Private Caravan Pass [+more] to park at HQ near camping, meals and festivities.
Your bike case/box can be safely stored for you for the entire week. It will be [+more] returned at the end of the week in Durango. Absolutely no bike cases or boxes can be put on the baggage trucks!
For 2021 you will be allowed to purchase a 2nd luggage tag. However the weight limit [+more] remains the same: your luggage cannot exceed 70 lbs with one bag or two bag. Remember you get 1 luggage tag with registration and only need to pay for a 2nd luggage tag.
The Two Wheels For Change Campaign will benefit the Denver Post Community Foundation [+more] and allows Ride The Rockies to support a diverse mix of charitable organizations (listed below) that provide cycling stewardship to those in need. We believe at Ride The Rockies that it is our responsibility as fellow cyclists to do our part in making cycling accessible to everyone, no matter what their life circumstances are.
Monies raised through this campaign assists us in providing complimentary entries and other support during the Tour. The nonprofits are: Adaptive Sports Center; Bicycle Colorado; and Davis Phinney Foundation.
The definitive Centennial State road cycling guide book, 75 Classic Rides: Colorado [+more] includes excursions ranging from easy to epic, plus everything in between. It’s also accessible, friendly, and fun, highlighting less-driven back roads, scenic views, epic mountain-pass challenges, and ambling rural routes in all corners of the state. Each colorfully written ride description includes distance, difficulty level, average time to complete, elevation gain, best season to ride, maps, elevation profiles, turn-by-turn directions, and more.
Get your comfy, soft 2021 Route T-shirt! Dark heather Grey Next Level Tshirt with [+more] the route map on the back and the logo, miles, and elevation on the front!
60% combed ringspun cotton/40% polyester jersey
fabric laundered for reduced shrinkage
Anyone registered for the full RTR week; the Saturday Prologue Ride; the 2 Day Tour; [+more] or the Prologue Experience will receive a jersey with registration. This option is available for those that want a 2nd jersey, a jersey as a gift for others or for 1 Day Riders that want a jersey!
Please chose Sport Cut (more relaxed) or Evo (a tapered race cut)
The Primal Liona Tank offers a multi-sport functionality and superior comfort that [+more] can perform no matter the conditions or activity you choose. A built-in bra and rear zippered pocket add to this tank's versatility.
A sport-level short designed to maximize comfort around the legs and seat panels [+more] for long rides on the bike. Ergonomically-paneled, with 3” leg bands, and a silicone leg gripper, provides exceptional comfort and security without restricting the range of movement.
The Primal Skort provides an essential blend of bike-short comfort and a fashionable [+more] skirt that caters to women’s curves. The fabric is lightweight and pulls moisture away from your body and pushes it to the surface of the fabric to keep you cooler and comfortable. The antibacterial and Silver Ion chamois is made of three layers of density foam, which offers a 4-way stretch and an anatomical shape for optimum comfort and free range of motion that won’t break down over time.
Primal Arm Warmers are built using Traverso fabric: optimized for freezing temperatures [+more] yet versatile enough for up to 75 degrees F. An anatomical design with silicone grippers at the bicep prevent slippage and maintain flexibility. They’re adaptable to rapidly changing weather and use less space when rolled and stored in pockets.
Primal Knee Warmers are built using Traverso fabric: optimized for freezing temperatures [+more] yet versatile enough for up to 75 degrees F. Pair them with your shorts to prevent leg cramps during cold rides and keep your blood pumping properly. Then easily store them in your jersey pocket when it gets warm enough.
Using Altero fabric and a microfleece-lined collar, the Primal Wind Jacket keeps [+more] you warm in strong winds and rain. The drawstring waist, elastic cuffs, and sport fit ensure this fits the way you like it. The Wind Jacket is easily packable and the perfect piece of apparel for an early morning ride or breezy afternoon.
Back View - see Wind Jacket for Front View
The Wind Vest is perfect for unpredictable [+more] weather. Wind and water-resistant, with lightweight Altero fabric and a 2-way YKK zipper, allows you to create additional airflow while keeping cold air off your chest. Three rear cargo pockets provide easy access to store warmers and additional layers. It’s an essential part of any cycling kit.
Reflective features and classic styling give the Hoodie versatility and a dapper [+more] layered look. Whether commuting on the bike or taking on a Ninja challenge, our advanced Quadrapedal Fabric breathes and performs flawlessly. Finished with thumbholes and plenty of pocket room.
The Primal Polo caters to your active lifestyle using Echofe – a sustainable fabric [+more] recycled from coffee grounds. Technical features like two rear zippered side pockets and reflective accents blend performance and style. With 200% faster drying time than cotton, the S.Cafe® filaments will keep you cool, dry, and running strong.
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