"Wow, that's a long stage... from Breck to here but It will a fast stage if they are going down HWY 24 and Ute Pass. That stage will remind me of the Alpes de hues or some of the other mountain stages in the Tour de France."
All the details, trip reports, pictures and epic stories of climbing Pikes Peak, our 14,115-foot mountain of love. Never climbed America's Mountain? This is the place to start! Click "START DISCUSSION" to enter your stories/photos.
Whether you like the speed and excitement of downhill skiing and snowboarding, or a peaceful cross-country kick and glide, we want to hear about your experiences on Colorado's powder. Share your snow-sports stories and photos on PikesPeakSports.us.
If you love running, cycling, climbing and playing in the water so much that you have to do them all on the same day, then this is the group for you. Connect with other adventure racers and share your photos, videos and stories.See More
Quickest times: Up 26 mins round trip down Barr Trail 48 minsI've taken lots of people to the incline both to run and hike and wish I could do it more. If I get to do 3 or four times a month I am lucky because of time constraints, but I always park away form Barr Trailhead and start at the actual bottom of the incline. The experience is essential part of the lifestyle of Colorado Springs/Manitou. It's a great opportunity and experience-for both me and my dog. She is leashed most of the time,…See More
Are we lucky or what? Captain Jacks, The Chutes, Falcon Trail, Palmer Park, leg-breaking climbs, hair-on-fire descents and everything between. Click "START DISCUSSION" below to share stories and photos about mountain biking in the Pikes Peak Region.
From Palmer Park to Barr Trail, Cheyenne Canyon to the Garden of the Gods, we're very lucky to have this network of trails. Post your photos and tell us about your adventures. Click "START DISCUSSION" to your stories/photos.
A mile long, 1,900 ft. elevation gain. It lures us in, then breaks our legs and burns our lungs. Click START DISCUSSION to write your story and add photos. Post your best time, name and age in the comment box. We'll add you to our Incline Honor Roll.
This group is for roadies of all abilities. Tell us about your favorite places to ride, your training, or the tour you just completed. Share info/photos about group rides and gear. Click "START DISCUSSION" below to post your stories/photos.
It's 6 a.m. in The Garden of the Gods and you have the place to yourself. Whether you take to the road or crush some granite, we're all about running around here. Click "START DISCUSSION" below to post your stories, blogs and photos.See More
Thanks for joining PikesPeakSports.us, the digital stomping ground for the outdoor community. On this site, you can share your stories, blogs, photos and videos about your fun and active lifestyle. We're looking forward to reading your words and seeing your photos! This site works when the individual members contribute info.
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