The Ram Bicycle Classic is an annual recreational bicycle ride that takes place in the scenic foothills of Larimer County, Colorado. The ride benefits the Global Social and Sustainable Enterprise Master's Program at Colorado State University, supporting student scholarships and summer field work.
The Ram Bicycle Classic features four different routes options: 100-mile, 65-mile, 35-mile and an 11-mile family fun ride, all starting and ending on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins. Multiple aid stations on each route will be fully equipped with food, water, restrooms and mechanical and first-aid support.
Following the ride, participants are invited to join the after-ride party, which includes a complimentary lunch, beer garden, live music, and a chance to win a brand-new bamboo Panda bicycle. Families are encouraged to attend, and a kids bike safety clinic will be hosted before and after the ride by the Larimer County Bicycle Pedestrian Education Coalition.
|09-27-2014||Ram Bicycle Classic - An annual recreational bicycle ride that takes place in the scenic foothills of Larimer County, Colorado. 11, 35, 65, and 100-mile route options.|