The Courage Classic is an annual three-day, 157-mile bicycle tour that begins and ends in Leadville, Colorado. The first day is 58 miles from Leadville to Copper Mountain over Vail Pass, with 3,985 feet of climbing. Day two is a 54-mile loop from Copper Mountain, Frisco, Keystone, Breckenridge, and back to Copper Mountain, with 2,230 feet of elevation gain. The final day is 45 from Copper Mountain back to Leadville over Fremont Pass (3,985 feet of climbing).
Funds raised through Courage Classic benefit the Children's Fund, helping The Children's Hospital sustain and improve care for kids by addressing the hospital's areas of greatest need. Purchasing essential new medical equipment, covering the cost of care for patients unable to afford treatment, or supporting new child health research are a just a few examples of how donations can impact local children.
|07-19-2014||Courage Classic - The Courage Classic is an annual three-day, 157-mile bicycle tour that begins and ends in Leadville, Colorado and raises funds for the Children's Hospital in Aurora.|