Support for the 719 Ride is provided by:
Contributing to a high quality of life for citizens in the Pikes Peak region by being a driving force supporting amateur and Olympic sport.
Specializing in custom built wheel sets backed by a lifetime guarantee and trusted by the world's best. Servicing any and all bikes with any repair or tune up need.
Delivering unmatched, interactive fitness experiences through live and on-demand content across the broadest range of connected fitness platforms and tools. Growing a fitness community of over 7.3 million members in 120 countries.
Providing the highest-quality cycling apparel for teams, clubs and events while fostering the growth of cycling through competition, community and advocacy.
Offering a safe place to discover the astounding reality of how Christ views you. Working with city leaders, government officials, churches, and local Colorado Springs businesses and organizations to represent Jesus well to the city.
Colorado’s largest multi-sport festival for athletes of all ages and athletic abilities, including those with physical disabilities or visual impairment.
Outfitting you with bikes, running and hiking shoes, and killer outdoor gear to do what you love...where you love to do it.
Helping people discover their passion for sports, including cycling, hunting, fishing, camping and much more.
Helping you perform better with sports nutrition products made from scratch, using real food that doesn't offend your gut or your taste buds.
Supporting cycling and the cycling community in the Pikes Peak region with group rides, local events and cycling advocacy.
A Colorado Springs Original
First conceived and ridden in 2016, the 719 Ride aspires to be a bicycle event that contributes to the culture and community of Colorado Springs. FORZA Colorado Springs!
The 719 Ride is a Colorado Springs Original riding in the draft of many great and long-established Colorado cycling events, and it hopes to become a positive part of the Colorado Springs tradition and identity while helping set the pace for cycling in the Rocky Mountain region.