The full Triple Bypass is SOLD OUT. Get in on the 75 or 30 mile ride!
We still have spots for the 75-mile Georgetown to Avon Double Triple and 30-mile Copper to Avon Single. All rides get you a coveted jersey, stocked aid, McDevitt’s tacos and Colorado Native beer.
We do not offer transfers to other individuals, so please consider buying the optional rider insurance to protect your entry fee if you cannot attend. Registrations sold online from sites such as Craigslist are not valid.
Your ride includes:
- The coveted Triple Bypass jersey – unique to each distance
- 5 aid stations and a light lunch at Loveland ski area
- Closed roads and trails – or if not closed, limited to vehicular traffic (we shut down westbound Loveland and juniper Pass!)
- Free beer from Colorado Native and food at the finish
- All support, including SAGs to the next aid, medical, and adoring fans
We provide event cancellation insurance, so fire, environmental disaster or acts of terrorism are covered (see coverages during registration ). However, this does not cover change of plans, lack of training, injuries, sickness, etc. We have made rider cancellation coverage available for these instances and you have the option to purchase during the registration process. Please consider purchasing additional rider insurance as there are no refunds, no transfers.
THE DOUBLE BYPASS
75 MILES FROM GEORGETOWN TO AVON
Leaving from from Georgetown, you’ll head over Loveland and Vail Passes for a challenging 75 mile ride into Avon. Not quite ready for the full Triple? This one is for you. It’s still not easy, trust us.
THE SINGLE BYPASS
30 MILES FROM COPPER MOUNTAIN TO AVON
ONE AND DONE
Take on a single pass from Copper Mountain to Avon. Meet your 120 or 75 mile friends and ride together to the finish on a fun and rewarding ride over Vail Pass. One and done!
All riders recieve a jersey, full support, free beer and finish feast.
THE TRIPLE BYPASS – SOLD OUT
120 MILES FROM Evergreen TO AVON
for those who dare
The classic Triple is a bucket-list event across the nation, and for good reason. Leaving from Evergreen, CO, we travel over 3 mountain passes and 10,000′ of climbing on mountain roads and paths with limited vehicular traffic. Pure gorgeous.