Steamboat Ride 4 Yellow
The third annual Ride 4 Yellow mountain bike event will be held on Saturday July 28th in Steamboat Springs, CO, USA. The Divide Ride is an epic 26-mile ride on pristine singletrack across the Continental Divide.*
The Divide Trail is considered one of the most spectacular mountain bike rides in the Rockies. It begins at 10,000-foot Dumont Lake on Rabbit Ears Pass just outside of Steamboat Springs and winds along the Continental Divide with more than 26 miles of singletrack that eventually lead up and over the backside of Mount Werner and into Steamboat Ski Area. The ride finishes at the base of Steamboat Ski Area.
*The Ride 4 Yellow course is subject to change based on weather and snow conditions at the time of the event in August. Riders will be notified as soon as possible about any course changes.
Registration for the 2012 Ride 4 Yellow is now open! The ride is limited to the first 200 folks to sign up and pledge to raise $250 in the fight against cancer, so time is ticking for you to join the cause.
All riders that raise over $1000 will be given a free 2012 Ride 4 Yellow jersey!
Individual registration is currently $75 for the first 125 riders and will go up to $100 thereafter. Registration includes a bus ride to the trailhead, 4 aide and feed station and the postride celebration. There’s no better time than now to sign up for the 2012 Ride 4 Yellow and make a difference in the fight against cancer across the globe and in Steamboat Springs.
When you sign up, you will be given your own personal website to receive donations that we will link through our donation page. This will be your gateway to help others to donate to the 4 Yellow Foundation’s fight against cancer.