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The Courage Classic Bicycle Tour 2017

Hit the road July 22-23, 2017, to support Children’s Hospital Colorado



Photos courtesy of Courage Classic

Ready for an adventure? Hit the road July 22-23, 2017, for the 28th Courage Classic Bicycle Tour to support Children’s Hospital Colorado.

Every year more than 2,000 riders, volunteers and families come together for this exciting weekend.

Whether you are an avid cyclist or rarely ride, there is an opportunity for you to take part in Courage Classic. The two-day tour begins and ends at the scenic Copper Mountain Resort and features many routes, ranging from 10 to 80-plus miles, including family routes. There are opportunities to participate as the captain of a team, as a group, or an individual. No matter the route you choose, you’ll take in breathtaking views as you pedal for an important cause.

Want to participate but can’t join on July 22-23? There is also the opportunity to participate as a Virtual Rider. Virtual Riders can receive customizable fundraising web pages and access an online Participant Center to email friends and send thank you notes. Virtual Riders can earn fundraising recognition badges, as well as join or captain a team.

There are also many ways to volunteer at the event, from assisting with rider check-in to facilitating event communications to giving riders directions during the tour.

However you choose to participate in Courage Classic, Children’s Colorado appreciates your support! As the region’s only nonprofit pediatric hospital, Children’s Colorado relies on and greatly appreciates contributions by our supporters. In 2016, the Courage Classic community raised $2.5 million to support our patients and their families through individual and team fundraising efforts. Help us raise even more money this year and protect healthy futures for all kids.

Experience the best in location, community, and fun at the 2017 Courage Classic. Learn more and register now at CourageTours.org.

Mountain Living is proud to sponsor this event!

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