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.

Welcome to our freshly redesigned website!  Take in that new website smell, boys and girls.  Ahhhhh, it's like unicorn kisses.  While you're at it, do be a sweetie, and please report any issues you may encounter.  It'll help us greatly to continually improve the site.  Thanks in advance!

Huzzah!  It's time to break out the bikes for another wonderful summer season.  Event sponsors are in full gear to plan out trips and rides for the coming months.  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 new website, please let us know at  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 7/23/2014
Newly Added Events
The Color Run is coming back to Colorado Springs as part of the Kaleidoscope Tour!  The only question is: are you ready for the craziest, colorful, 5k of your life?  You bet you are!  Race it solo or form a Color Team.  Benefits go to local charities and Global Citizen to help end extreme poverty around the world.  Please contact to sign up with the local team, Viva la Diversidad.
Colorado Mountain Bike Association (COMBA) is fired up for the 2014 build season!  Construction is underway on Little Scraggy, a new trail at Buffalo Creek Recreation Area (BCRA).  When completed, the new trail will add about nine miles of singletrack to the existing trail network and provide unprecedented access to south BCRA.  Check out the article on Singletracks and the video on YouTube.  COMBA provides tools and guidance, so there’s no experience necessary.  Follow these links for details and pre-registration.  On any weekend you may come for one or both build days.  On-site camping is available for those staying the weekend.  Work days currently on the calendar:
    08/09 & 10, Sat & Sun
    09/13 & 14, Sat & Sun
    10/11, Sat
    10/25, Sat

RMBB will spend the last holiday weekend of summer at a favorite riding destination.  The Grand Valley in western Colorado is home to legendary trails near Fruita and Grand Junction.  Our base camp at Mack Ridge Trail Lodge is just a short pedal from the Mack Ridge trailhead.  Guest capacity of the house is only six.  Cost for accommodations is $170 per person (dbl. occ.).  Limited reservations are accepted on a first-paid basis and must be accompanied by a $75 deposit; the balance is due by August 5th.  Sorry, this trip has filled.  Please contact to get on the waiting list.

This year we'll visit the High Camp Hut down in the southwest part of the state, just outside of picturesque Telluride.  High Camp Hut is a large log cabin built in 2000, south of Lizard Head Pass.  It marks a return to the rustic hut accomodations we've strayed from in the past two years.  Even so, it's still a very comfy place, and as always, it's situated on endless expanses of amazingly scenic mountainscape.  Due to support vehicle limitations, this trip is capped to only 12 participants.  The cost of $180/person covers one night of lodging at the Peaks Resort in Telluride, two nights at High Camp, and all meals at the Hut.  Hurry, one spot has reopened.  Please contact to get on.

Come enjoy the fresh, cool mountain air in Summit County.  Spend the days hitting the singletracks around Summit Country and the nights sampling any of several awesome breweries.  For those wishing to camp, we've reserved two premium sites at Heaton Bay campground along the shores of Lake Dillon.  Preliminary plans for rides include:

•Saturday: Colorado Trail from the Middle or North Fork of the Swan River to Highway 9
•Sunday: Peaks Trail

Our campsites are large non-electric sites immediately next to Lake Dillon.  Each site can accommodate up to 10 individuals, but since there is an “official” limit of 2 vehicles per site, carpooling is highly encouraged.  (Additional vehicles can be parked elsewhere.)  The campsites are reserved from 2 pm on Friday, Aug 1 through 1 pm on Monday, Aug 4 giving campers the opportunity to either check out late or stay until Monday and avoid one of the busiest I-70 traffic days of the year.  The cost for campers for the entire weekend is as follows:

•$45 for each vehicle to be parked at the campsite, including up to 2 campers  ( There are two parking spaces at the campsite that are now open)
•$15 for each additional camper willing to not park at the campsite.

Note that food is not included in these prices.  For dinner, we will either dine out or plan group meals on an ad hoc basis.  Participants should plan for their own breakfasts and snacks/trail lunches. Those wishing to find their own accommodations or participate for a day are welcome to join in the fun for no charge.

To secure your camping reservation, please remit the amount ($45 [full] or $15) as described above via PayPal to  Please contact for more information or to sign on with your own accommodations

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