The Rocky Mountain Bicycle Boys is a casual club for mountain bikers who love the thrill and camaraderie that comes from off-road riding with their friends. We especially enjoy exploring the endless miles of spectacular, scenic trails of Colorado's unique geography and history.

Hooray for Summer!

It's here, boys and girls!  Another summer season for biking, hiking, camping, rafting, or just relaxing.  We've had some really nice outings lately.  Check out our pics.  We're also proud to announce that only 48% of those smiles were Photoshopped!  ;-)  Meanwhile, event sponsors are still planning out trips and rides for the weeks and months ahead, so check those out too.  Please contact the appropriate sponsor(s) if you want to join in on the fun.  Also as always, please keep a sharp eye out for any other newly added trips or rides which may spark your interest, and get in touch with any trip sponsor quickly to put in your name.  Our trips fill up fast!  We want to see you woo-hooing on a trip, not boo-hooing on the sidelines.

Please note that due to extensive derezzing of e-trees, we are no longer producing our monthly electronic newsletter.  So this awesome website is where you'll find the latest news, updates, and maybe some impeccable/incompetent humor that'll make you giggle/groan with utter delight/disgust.  We'll continue to slave away to keep it as current as possible, so please check back often.  Meanwhile, trip sponsors will periodically send out group emails with their latest updates, so please keep looking out for those.  Yes, we do it all for you, because, by golly, you deserve it!

Again, if you have any trip/ride ideas or suggestions on how to better run your club or our website, please let us know at webmaster.rmbb@gmail.com.  Remember: no one listens to your flapping clap trap or clapping flap trap better than the RMBB.  Hmmm, I think that should be our new club motto.

Happy Trails!

Last updated 7/21/2015
Newly Added Events
Join Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado in Summit County to construct a new section of the Tenderfoot Mountain Trail.  Volunteers are needed to construct one mile of new trail that will be part of a 21-mile motorized and non-motorized trail system set to be completed by 2017.  The system will provide extensive recreational opportunities for hikers, mountain bikers, and motorcycle users.  No experience necessary; free camping and meals provided; minimum age 16.  To learn more or register, please check out Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado.
RMBB will spend the last holiday weekend of summer revisiting some of our favorite trails.  The Grand Valley in western Colorado is home to legendary rides near Fruita and Grand Junction.  We'll stay three nights at two private homes near Colorado National Monument and Lunch Loop / Tabeguache trailhead.  Cost of accommodations, which includes breakfast on site, is $180 per person (dbl. occ.).  We'll visit local restaurants for evening meals.  Sorry, this trip has filled.  Please contact RacerX29er@Gmail.com for more information or to get on the waiting list.
Our 14th annual Hut trip makes a return back to the 10th Mountain Hut system.  While it has been amazing exploring other huts in the state in years past, nothing can really compare to the majesty of a true 10th Mtn Hut, especially the one we'll visit this year: Skinner Hut, by Leadville, is perched at 11,620' at the edge of a cliff overlooking the Glacier Creek valley and Turquoise Lake.  Of all the huts we've visited, this is perhaps the most scenic setting.  We will spend the weekend exploring the area at your own pace.  Cost of $180/person covers lodging and all meals.  Due to support vehicle limitations, this trip is capped at 12 participants.  Please contact calbiker@live.com to sign on.  There're only a few spots remaining.
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