Epic Elevation Quests

For Those Who Want More

More Distance, More Elevation and More Challenge

719 Six-pack

85 miles

Celebrate your 11,000' of climbing with something local. Both Red Leg Brewing Company and Trinity Brewing are less than two miles away.

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"I was taught that the way of progress is neither swift nor easy."

— Marie Curie, French physicist
and one-time bicycle landspeed record holder

719 Century

100 miles

Seven laps of perfection will have you finishing with a sweet 12,800' of climbing.

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Want Even More?

How About These Apples?

  • 719 d'Ottavio

    Otto (oh-toh) is eight in Italian, and this ride option is eight laps and 114 miles of Ottavio-inspired enjoyment.

  • Infernal 719

    The Inferno, the first part of La Divina Commedia, tells the story of Dante's descent through the nine circles of Hell. This is your ascent through nine laps of a HELLUVALOT of climbing and a sinful 128 miles.

  • Double 719

    Double your pleasure. Double your fun. 10 laps and 18,000' of climbing is a doubliciously good day of derangement.

  • Spinal Tap 719

    This one goes to 11 laps, 157 miles and more than 20,000' of climbing. Afterward, you can sit down and wait for a limo to take you home.

  • 12 Hours of 719

    12 laps and 171 miles in 12 hours? Is it possible?

  • Epic 719

    13 laps, 186 miles and nearly 24,000' of climbing. This is a long day in the saddle, but are you really going to stop here?

  • Himalayan 719

    14 laps of The Course That Cannot be Defeated and enough elevation gain (25,700') to get you to the top of a Himalayan peak.
    It's been done before, in case you were wondering.

Send a GPS route file to your device, or print a cue sheet with turn-by-turn instructions.

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. 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.