**Ridgeline Rampage times have been changed** Please read below to see your new start time. Ridgeline Rampage START TIMES & DISTANCE Marathon – 3 laps, 48 miles    Relay Team – 3 laps, 48 miles XC – 2 laps, 32 miles Appetizer, Juniors 15-18 – 1 lap, 16 miles Juniors 10-14 - 1 lap on short course, 10 miles   Marathon and XC Marathon Men Pro and Singlespeed                                     8:00 XC Men Pro and Singlespeed                                       … [Read more...]

Here are three training tips for the Warriors Cycling spring races.  The Ridgeline Rampage and Battle the Bear are fast races, but also have many short punchy climbs that require short bursts of power.  The races are also long enough that nutrition may fail you if you haven't planned accordingly.  Here are some tips to help you ride to a successful event. Pick up the intensity. You should be riding 1-2 days a week with high intensity for 1-2 hrs depending on your event distance.  High … [Read more...]

Only two weeks after the dust cleared from Voodoo Fire hundreds of Colorado endurance mountain bike racers returned to the start line of the Ridgeline Rampage, the second stop on the Rocky Mountain Endurance Series.  The Ridgeline Rampage, even more than Voodoo Fire, is a  dream for the Colorado front range bike racer.  Located literally in the backyard of Castle Rock this race is easy to access.  But don't let the location deceive you because the course is as fun as a high mountain race in its … [Read more...]

The third race in the Series was held on a new course in Castle Rock. Bison Park, and its adjacent Ridgeline Open Space, is a great venue for this type of race. The course wound its way through the hills to the west of Castle rock, complete with tons of fast flowy singletrack, short punchy climbs, and lots of opportunity for spectators to witness the suffering up close. After a paved climb on the first lap to spread riders out, the course hit the dirt for 6 laps on the ten-mile circuit. In … [Read more...]