Mountain Bike Breckenridge! The “Fat-Tire” destination. Breckenridge was named one of the top 10 great places to take the kids on a bike ride by USA Today. The Town of Breckenridge is always looking for ways to improve and expand their recreation territory. With the help of friends such as the Forest Service, Friends of the Dillon Range District & Friends of Breckenridge Trails more and more designated and maintained trails are opening up to bikers and creating connections from one side of Summit County to the other. Biking in Breckenridge has never been better or easier.

 

BRECKENRIDGE Bike Week

June 
Kick off summer with time in the saddle. Breckenridge is packing the community’s favorite cycling activities – mountain and road demos, skills clinics, and guided tours. Explore all summer and be the first to ride the new pump track and flow line, plus other trails thanks to Breckenridge Open Space and TrailsSCHEDULE & DETAILS

BRECK Epic

August
The Epic is composed of 6 BIG backcountry loops (3 loops for the 3-day Epic-curious events), each between 35 and 50 miles long. The event is unique in that it employs a cloverleaf format; each loop starts and finishes within a mile from downtown Breckenridge and utilizes the sprawling network of trails in both Summit and Park Counties. SCHEDULE & DETAILS

FireCracker 50

July 
Come see what the local mountain goats ride every day. Each lap has 4000′ of climbing. The first 6 miles of that is on the climb out of Breckenridge on the old narrow gauge Railroad grade. The race starts the 4th of July Parade in a neutral start format by start wave. From there the odyssey sends you into the Backcountry. There are a couple of grunty little climbs, a couple of long lungbusters, some absolutely rippin’ descents and plenty of contouring flume and singletrack. SCHEDULE & DETAILS

Colorado classic

August
Breckenridge is excited for the return of professional cycling with the inaugural Colorado Classic. The inaugural four-day men’s race, including international pros with BMC Racing and Cannondale Drapac, will cover 313 miles (503.5 km) and endure more than 20,000 vertical feet of intense, high-altitude climbing in four stages that showcase the state’s incredible terrain and enhance viewing options for fans. SCHEDULE & DETAILS