Boulder Colorado | Gravel
An iconic Colorado gravel riding destination, filled with country roads, scenic climbs, and the best cafe stops
April 25th-28th, 2024

Boulder is one of our favorite cycling destinations thanks to the rural dirt roads, quiet canyon climbs, and a range of terrain easily accessible from our basecamp house.  This trip will showcase a mix of terrain including the gravel sectors featured in the long runnong Boulder Roubaix 

Our Basecamp trips are designed with solid support and allow for tailoring of routes based on the desires of our riders, rather than a one route fits all approach.

April 25th - 28th 2024

• 4 days of guided rides on gravel routes

• 3 nights accommodations

• Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

• Onsite mechanical support and repair equipment

• Warm spring temps in the 50’s & 60’s

• Ride distances from 25 to 75 miles with van support on select challenge days. 

For this trip you can expect level 3 – 4 challenge: It’s an ideal trip when you’re just getting your early season fitness going or unsure how the legs will perform. You can expect mostly hard pack gravel terrain and multiple route distances each day. This trip is designed to be high on fun with rides ranging between 2 and 4 hours in the saddle. 

• The Ride Workshop Challenge level is a scale of 1-5 based on the proximity of routes to the finish, elevation gain, types of terrain, weather, altitude, bail out points and on route support. 1 is Pro level challenge while 5 is beginner. And we’re always happy to discuss the trip with you in advance of booking to ensure it’s a good fit. 

• Transportation to Boulder/Airfare

• Single room occupancy

• Staff gratuity

• Travel Insurance

• Alcohol and cafe stops

• Rental bikes

$1800 per rider

Contact us for day rider, single occupancy,  couples and single room rates/availability.

*A 50% deposit is required to secure your place. 30 days before the trip start the remaining balance is due. 

**This trip runs with a minimum of 5 riders.

Please review our cancellation policy here