The Mountain Top Cycling Club Experience Ride is an annual cycling event in Teller County, Colorado, just west of Colorado Springs. The ride takes place at over 8500 feet of altitude, through the center of the historic towns of Cripple Creek, Victor and Guffey. The event is a fundraiser for the Teller County Search and Rescue Unit, The National Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Mountain Top Cycling Club.
The ride offers a 106-mile century route with about 10,000 feet of elevation gain, a 75-mile intermediate loop, and a 19-mile social route. All routes are on paved roads. Post-ride celebrations include free massages, and a free lunch served by the friendliest Grange Hall volunteers. A free t-shirt is guaranteed to pre-registered riders only. A commemorative MTCC Century 2013 Patch is available for century riders who complete the route.
The ride is hosted by the Mountain Top Cycling Club.
|06-21-2014||Mountain Top Cycling Club Experience Ride - An annual cycling event in Teller County, Colorado with 19, 75, and 106 mile routes at over 8500 feet of altitude.|