Personal Challenge Rides

Choose Your Own Challenge

Ride Through the Door of Personal Excellence

Goldilocks 719

14 miles

It's not too long, and it's not too easy. It's just right, if by just right you mean a tad bit hard.

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Déjà Vu 719

28 Miles

Do one lap, then do it all over again. This two-lap challenge is the favorite ride option for people with short-term memory loss.
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"The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential... these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.

— Confucious, Chinese philospher
and maker of handcrafted bamboo bicycles

719 Trinity

42 miles

This is the "holy grail" for many riders. It's three laps and more than 5,500' of climbing.

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Groundhog 719

57 Miles

This ride feels like four lifetimes of the same thing...over and over and over and over again.

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You're in Charge Here!

Built on a 14-mile loop course with 1,838' of elevation gain per lap, your Personal Challenge Ride will be challenging. That's why the marketers call it a Personal Challenge Ride.

Regardless of whether you're riding The Course That Cannot Be Defeated for the first time or you're back to ride further or faster than in the past, the Festival of Never-Ending Ascending is a challenge that you're in charge of. It in fact does end.

Complete as many or as few laps as you want. Cut it short if it's feeling rough, or add a lap if you're feeling strong. Registration comes with all the laps you want. You're welcome!

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, 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.