July 14-17, 2021.
Due to the Cameron Peak fire, we’ll be starting and stopping in Walden CO, our historical second night stop. But don’t worry…we’re still stopping in Steamboat Springs. The new route uses the best of past Rambles, and just as challenging and tough: long days, heat, climbs, elevation. Leaving Walden and heading north, we’ll revisit the “OG” route, before looping back towards Independence Mountain with it’s expansive North Park views. From there into the Medicine Bow NF, around the Zirkel Wilderness for a day, and then to Steamboat Springs for a third night camp. Our last day is up and over Buffalo Pass back to Walden. Now 258 miles and 23K of climbing over four days, if you are looking for a challenge, this is it. But with big challenged come big rewards. It’ll be a ride you’ll talk about for a long time.
NOW A FOUR DAY ADVENTURE. The original Ramble, the Steamboat Ramble travels through the Roosevelt, Medicine Bow, and Routt National Forests. On the route, we’ll travel through stunning landscapes, grand vistas, and desolate backdrops.
The ride starts and ends in Walden CO. 258 miles, 23,270 ft of climbing.
On the Ramble you get:
- 4 days of amazing riding in Colorado. Approximate daily mileage: 65/65/70/60.
- Kickoff event the night before the ride start.
- 4 days of food. Breakfast and Dinner at camp (special diets accommodated). Lunch items on the road. Ride food is provided.
- Full route support.
- Camping for each night on the ride with camp activities.
- Exclusive discounts and products from our partners.
- End-of-ride dinner and party.
- A personal tour of the Moots Cycles facility in Steamboat Springs (COVID permitting).
- Shuttle back to Fort Collins on Sunday (July 18) AM.
This ride is among our most difficult over the 4 days. Are you ready? You’re going to be challenged.
Registration is $800 for 4 days of adventure which included all camping, food, transportation, and full support during the ride. The Steamboat Ramble is an amazing experience on an amazing route.
PLEASE NOTE. Due to impacts from COVID-19, we are currently limiting participation. See our FAQ for more information.
If you do one event this year next year, make it this one. It’s all the best things about bikes and none of the bad stuff. -James Stout, Bicycling