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Old Man Winter Bike Rally
Sun, Feb 8, 2015
About This Activity
Join us for an epic day of adventure by bike consisting of 50km or 100km of dirt, snow, sweat, and beerrolling through the world-famous cycling mecca of Boulder County, ColoRADo…from Lyons to Boulder and beyond.
Quench your thirst for adventure at this ‘Snow or Shine’ cycling celebration. Get ready for some Colorado winter cycling fun like you’ve never experienced: Luxury aid stations with heat and eats, a hot meal and a cold beer at the finish line, and a rousing post-ride party with live music, contests, and a raffle. It will probably be the most fun you have all winter.
Sponsored by Oskar Blues Brewery and produced by Adventure Fit, you know it’s gonna be a day filled with adventure and great beer.
Event details and schedule
Get all the details you need on our website: www.OldManWinterRally.com
8:30 Racer Registration opens
10:00 100km long course riders depart
12:00 50km short course riders depart
2:30 Post ride party begins with hot food and cold beer
3:30 Award ceremony for fastest men and women from the 100km course
4:00 General raffle for riders who collected "snowballs" on the course
5:00 Live music at Oskar Blues begins
6:00 Parties over. See you next year!
What to Bring
Remember, this is a rain, snow or shine event, so plan accordingly! Your clothes must be able to regulate your temperature and keep you warm and dry. In addition to your required hemet, we recommend:
Tights or legwarmers
Extra clothes you can tuck into your jersey pockets
Tubes and tools so you can sef support on the course
You will likely see everything from a straight up road bike to a fat bike. Due to the nature of the course containing gravel (and trail if you choose the Long Course), we recommend tires at least 32mm(1 1/4″). Knobby tread will help with traction and slick treads could be dangerous depending on the course conditions. We predict cyclocross bikes and XC hardtails will be the best bet…although you’ll definitely get the most smiles and high fives on a fat bike.