The Colorado League races provide student athletes an arena in which to set and accomplish competitive goals, to achieve their personal best. The fall race series consists of 4 conference races and a state championship race. Professional race promotion, timing, course preparation, and risk management guarantee every participating student athlete is given a fun and fast environment to compete.
The Colorado League is an independent 501(c)3 which does not receive tax-based government funds and depends largely on the fundraising efforts of our participant families and other supporters. Pledge rides whether on the road or trails are sure-fire fundraising and fun-raising events enjoyed by all. The Bailey HUNDO is the Colorado League’s primary pledge ride. Endurance racers raise funds which not only benefit the Colorado League, but also Trips for Kids and the Colorado Mountain Bike Association (COMBA).
How does the Colorado League do it? Where do the coaches learn how to start and manage a high school mountain bike team? What are the do’s and don’ts of maintaining a healthy team? A Colorado Leader’s Summit brings together coaches and leaders for an important weekend of hands-on education focused on what it takes to be an exemplary Colorado League coach.
RIDER CAMPS & CLINICS
For many student athletes, mountain biking is a new sport. Even the experienced riders can learn something new at a rider camp and clinic, which emphasizes proper skill, technique, and a healthy approach to riding and racing. Certified coaches and assistants provide spot-on training for students of all skill levels, and in several cases a girl’s-only camp is held to encourage our future women to let their natural abilities flow.
A list of upcoming camps are listed HERE.